Sign up for Brighter Living Fair

Published: Tuesday 10th April 18

Organisations or individuals who want to get involved in July’s Brighter Living event to enhance independent living are urged to sign up now.

Wandsworth Adult Social Services are holding the free event on July 3. It’s open to people with care and support needs and other Wandsworth residents aged over 55.

The day-long event in the Wandsworth Civic Suite will have more than 30 stalls to browse and visitors  can try out a number of activities, such as fitness, movement and  art classes, find out about keeping safe, and take part in digital demonstrations. 

Brighter Living 2018 also offers residents and carers the chance to get information and advice, as well as the opportunity to talk to different people and organisations in the borough.  Attendees that pre-book their place will also be able to register for a free lunch on a first come first serve basis. You will also be able to enjoy refreshments at the all-day café, free of charge.

Organisations will be able to showcase their services. Get in touch if you offer support with health and wellbeing, help to reduce isolation, promotes digital access for older people, or help people maintain their independence.

Brighter Living 2018 will encompass the Your Day Your Say event held in previous years. Residents will have a chance to provide feedback on local services and speak to Adults Social Services staff directly about key services. 

Pre-book your attendance here

Book a stall here  

For more information, visit www.wandsworth.gov.uk/brighterliving or email brighterliving@wandsworth.gov.uk

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