Meeting November 21st 2018

Young and Old – mapping our lives:

talk and discussion led by Dr Jonathan Collie

co-founder of ‘The Age of No Retirement’

Time and date:  WEDNESDAY November 21st 2018 at 1.30pm

Venue:  Hornsey Parish Church Hall, Cranley Gardens, N10 3AH

Entrance on Cranley Gardens through car park. Doors open from 1pm.

Buses W7 W3 144 stop nearby.

For a report of meeting on October 21st download here E_Notice Nov 21st 2018

 

 



Letter in Ham & Ham Broadway October 26th 2018

A scanned copy of the letter published on October 25th 2018 Ham & High 25 Oct0001



Meeting October 17th 2018

We await the government’s Social Care Green Paper.

What can we do about social care locally?

Cllr Peray Ahmet

Cabinet Member for Adults and Health, Haringey Council

Gordon Peters

Older Peoples Reference Group, Forum for Older People and Healthwatch.

Time and date: WEDNESDAY October 17th 2018  at 1.30pm

Venue: Hornsey Parish Church Hall, Cranley Gardens, N10 3AH

Entrance on Cranley Gardens through car park.

Doors open from 1pm. Buses W7 W3 144 stop nearby.

Read this: The Unfairness of Social Care Funding slides short version

Find the report of the meeting on September 18th here.  E Notice Oct 17th 2018

The funeral of George Durack, who was chair of Islington Pensioners Forum, was held on September 28th.

 

 



Meeting on September 19th 2018

“Capturing memories, lives and experience”

Hear local authors:

Ann Anderson, Stephen Mann & Diana Orton

Time and date:     WEDNESDAY September 19th 2018 at 1.30pm

Venue:                   Hornsey Parish Church Hall, Cranley Gardens, N10 3AH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Entrance on Cranley Gardens through car park. Doors open from 1pm.

Buses W7 W3 144 stop nearby.

Find the September notice here with report of the July 18th meeting E Notice Sept

The summer outing at the Canal Museum was a great success. See our photographs.



Summer outing August 23rd 2018

The Canal Museum at Kings Cross is well worth a visit.  A large group of Hornsey Pensioners visited on August 23rd. Most of us travelled there by minibus organised by Ann Anderson.

The canal boat trips that pass through the tunnel eastwards from Kings Cross take only a limited number so we went in two groups.

There is much to see at the museum. It was originally built around 1863 as an ice house warehouse for Carlo Gatti. He became famous both as an ice importer (from Norway), restauranteur and ice cream maker.   Find out more from www.canalmuseum.org.uk/