At : Nottingham Forest Football Club, The City Ground, Nottingham NG2 5FJ
On : Tuesday 28th June 2016 at 10:00 - 16:00 
Cost : Free
Contact : Alanna Redfern - 0115 983 3729

What services are available for older people in Nottingham?

This free event brings together solutions for older people facing up to the challenges of planning for the future.

Expert speakers will tackle a range of issues including financial planning, cancer care, legal considerations, support in your home, dementia and technology advice.

This event is being run throughout the day and guests are welcome to attend either the morning or afternoon session, or for the entire day.

For those who only have their lunch hour, there is a 'drop-in' session between 12.30pm and 1.30pm for you to visit the stands and ask questions. 

  • Specially selected stallholders
  • Expert charities and businesses
  • Short talks running throughout the day
  • Friendly and relaxed atmosphere
  • Free tea and coffee served throughout the day
  • Free car parking 

Attendance at this event is free of charge, however, spaces are limited so please reserve your place using the booking form below.

For more information about the event please email Alanna Redfern or call her on 0115 983 3729.

*The later life matters team are unable to provide complimentary lunch at this event.

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The City Ground, Nottingham NG2 5FJ



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