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#FPoW – Age UK North Tyneside

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Age UK North Tyneside

Age UK North Tyneside is a local charity that woks in the community to support people aged 50 plus years, their families and carers. They want everyone to be able to love later life.

They are excited to be launching a 7 week ‘Spring into Summer’ Virtual Activity Programme. It runs from 17th May to 2nd July and features a range of physical and social activities to help keep you entertained this summer.
(Once in their profile you can click on the ‘Gallery ‘ to see more details)

There are a huge range of activities from Tai Chi, to Healthy Habits, Strange Tales and Ghostly Happenings, Take Me Up the Tyne and more. 

Find out more, by clicking below, and join in with the opportunities to come together and share experiences.

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