HOP Network Update

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Thank you to Open Culture
National Museums Liverpool created Happy Older People in 2014 and commissioned Open Culture to support the coordination of the network. From November 2017, the coordination of the network will return to National Museums Liverpool.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the team at Open Culture for their enthusiasm and commitment to the Happy Older People network.  It has been a pleasure to work with them and we hope they will continue to be active members of the network.

We are looking forward to promoting more age-friendly arts and cultural participation for older people in our region.

Good luck Rachael Treacher 
We would like to extend our warmest wishes and thanks to HOP Project Manager Rachael Treacher who is leaving Open Culture to embark on exciting new adventures. The very best of luck Rachael – you will be missed!

Welcome Emma Riley
We’re delighted to announce that Emma Riley will be the new Network Coordinator for Happy Older People. Emma is a member of the House of Memories team at National Museums Liverpool. Emma can be contacted by email at emma.riley@liverpoolmuseums.org.uk or calling 0151 478 4178.

A message from Open Culture
Open Culture has been delighted to develop Happy Older People on behalf of NML since its beginnings in 2014, and we’re pleased that the network can continue to grow in their hands and keep improving arts engagement for older people in the region. Many thanks to everyone we have worked with through HOP – we hope to work with you all again in the future!

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