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Sep
25
Wed
Being Old. Being Bold. Still Living in Faith. Sheffield Conference @ Central United Reform Church
Sep 25 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Open to all.  Conference fee of £30 (£25 to CCoA Members) includes all preparatory material, lunch and all refreshments.

Conference September 2019

BEING OLD, BEING BOLD

Living by faith, seeking truth, and accepting challenge

Are you interested in making more of life for older people in the Church?  You are invited to join CCoA for a conference.

This is a rare opportunity to hear what can be done AND to discuss what you are doing.

The day will include:

  • David Jolley, Honorary Reader The University of Manchester; retired Consultant and Professor of Old Age Psychiatry, reflecting on Intergenerational Fairness & Provision
  • Helen McCormack, currently Ministry with Older People Development Worker, Northallerton asking Special Need or Special Contribution?
  • Rita and Paul Conley, The Salvation Army reporting on Older Prisoners, New Ways of Working
  • Albert Jewell, retired Chaplain in MHA and Methodist minister discussing People with Dementia: a Christian Response

AND

  • Contributions from participants on local Church activity
  • Inter-active Musical Interlude with a Sheffield U3A Ukulele Group

Christians on Ageing is a resource to the Churches and a voice for older people.  This conference will help  to plan new ways of giving support, spreading ideas and promoting good practice.

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Oct
24
Thu
Dementia friendly performance: La bohème @ The Grand Theatre
Oct 24 @ 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm

poster for performanceOpera North will welcome those living with dementia and their families, friends and carers for a relaxed performance of Puccini’s La bohème on Thursday 24 October at 2.30pm at Leeds Grand Theatre. This popular tale of tragic romance is underpinned by Puccini’s beautiful music, here performed by an international cast of singers and full symphony orchestra.

During the production, bright lighting and loud noises will be reduced. Quiet spaces outside the auditorium will be available and there will be a relaxed attitude to people leaving and returning if people need a break.
Opera North is thrilled that its first ever dementia friendly performance compliments ‘Music for Dementia 2020’, a national campaign that highlights the positive social impact music has on those living with dementia.
Find out more about Opera North’s dementia friendly performance, along with tailored adaptations the Company will make for this performance online or by emailing access@operanorth.co.uk.

Price: £15 per person. Group bookings welcome with a free ticket for bookings of ten of more.

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