Calderdale Forum 50+

logo-squareCalderdale Forum 50 Plus aims to support and represent people aged 50 and over in Calderdale and to promote a collective voice on issues that matter to them. We also highlight information and issues which are useful and important to this age group.

LATEST NEWS – We always try to keep you up to date with important news for the over-50s and their friends, family and carers.

Our 2017 AGM – come along to our annual meeting on the afternoon of Nov 20th. Entry is free and there will be light refreshments and a range of speakers and presentations. Full details.

Information, News, Links & Advice

logo-squareOur Current Work – In partnership with the Women’s’ Activity centre (WAC) we are delivering a diabetes self-management programme to Urdu/Punjabi speaking BME community members who are suffering from Diabetes – Details of the Diabetes Self-Management Programme

adviceAdvice Hub: Some good, basic advice on a number of key subjects
Choosing a Care Home – where to look and what to consider.
How To Switch Energy Supplier – help from Citizen’s Advice.
Reporting Abuse – advice on safeguarding vulnerable adults
Avoiding Pension Scams – ten tip to keep you safe

lnks2Useful Links: These are websites we use and recommend ourselves:
Activities, Fitness and Recreation
Arts and Entertainment
Health and Wellbeing
Community Groups and Local Interest

logo-squareGet Involved: Calderdale Forum 50 Plus always welcomes new members, whether they be individuals or organisations. Membership is free – we simply keep you in touch with our news and share your latest news to other members. We are also always on the lookout for new volunteers to help us run Calderdale Forum 50 Plus

Issues & Concerns Survey

We are always keen to identify the issues, concerns and worries that affect your daily life and bring them to the attention of local government and private or commercial service providers. Our “Issues & Concerns” survey was run through September and October 2016 and we are now able to share the results. The “Changing Times” video below summarises the results. A more comprehensive breakdown of the survey’s findings can be downloaded here: Issues & Concerns (word file).