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A chance to learn how to age well


PEOPLE aged over 50 are to get a chance to learn how to age well.
Warrington Borough Council’s neighbourhood team are launching two new sessions in west and east Warrington after previous sessions prove a hit with residents.
Weekly sessions starting from Thursday September 21 will run at Sankey Bridges Community House, Old Liverpool Road, from 10am –noon and at Glazebury Methodist Church, Warrington Road, from 1pm – 3pm, over five consecutive weeks.
Sessions are open to people over 50 years of age who will be given the opportunity to learn new skills, get advice and information about healthy lifestyles, being safe and secure at home and avoiding scams, learning how to boost your mood and how to get in touch with local mental health support services.
Advice will also be provided around finding cheaper gas and electricity providers, Dementia Friends awareness training and information from Warrington Disability Partnership about aids and support to help you as you get older.
There will also be an introduction to low intensity chair-based exercise by LiveWire and, of course, time for refreshments and a chat!
Anyone who want to secure a place at the sessions at Sankey Bridges should call 01925 443098 or email westneighbourhoods@warrington.gov.uk and for the Glazebury sessions call 01925 241360 or email eastneighbourhoods@warrington.gov.uk.



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