The next HOP network meeting will take place on Wednesday 21 June, 1.30pm – 3.30pm in the Henfrey Suite at Blackburne House. The theme of the meeting is living well through arts and culture.
For the first part of the meeting Claire Cowell from from Age Friendly Manchester will be presenting to the network about the Valuing Older People Strategy for Manchester. The second part of the meeting will focus on local organisations across Liverpool city region who may want to apply for HOP Pot funding, small grants for projects aimed at enabling older people feel less isolated and to live well through the enjoyment of arts and culture.
There are a number of cultural organisations already signed up to present at the meeting, including Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, the Victoria Gallery & Museum, National Museums Liverpool’s Galkoff’s & the Secret Life of Pembroke Place, House of Memories, Memory Lane Theatre Company and The Spider Project.
HOP network meetings are designed to get people talking: at the meeting we’ll be discussing the new round of HOP Pot funding and there will be an opportunity to share your news with the network and make connections across different sectors.
If you’re not too familiar with what HOP does, coming along to the meeting is the perfect way to get involved! It’s free and tea coffee and cake will be provided.
To attend please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0151 478 4026 by 5pm on Tuesday 20 June.