Celebrating Age Festival returns to Bristol next monthPosted on: 16 Sep 2022
Participate in a range of free and low cost events across the city.
The month-long annual Celebrating Age Festival, returning to Bristol next month, challenges stereotypes around ageing and encourages participants to try something new.
Launching on the International Day of Older People, Saturday 1 October, organisers have curated an array of events where attendees can create, exercise and socialise.
A full list of the festival's free and low cost events can be found here.
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Celebrating Age Festival, an annual event returning to Bristol next month, is designed to showcase what’s going on for people over the age of 50 in the city.
Running throughout the whole month of October with at least one activity per day, a range of low-cost and free events including musical performances, art exhibitions and reading groups among others will be on offer.
The festival is run by Age UK Bristol, an independent charity working on behalf of older people, their families and carers in the city.
Originally formed in 1994, the organisation has grown to become one of the largest charities offering this kind of support for people in the South West.
Celebrating Age Festival, set to begin on Saturday 1 October, will feature an array of events and activities from shared reading groups, mini animation workshops and a Latin language group.
A full breakdown of what’s on can be found here.
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