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Are things looking up?

As the lock down eases and vaccinations reach more and more people is this the beginning of a new Spring? Or will the relaxation yet again lead to a rise in the numbers of COVID cases and the impact on the NHS? We can only hope that this time the govt listens to the science and the medical experts. For our age work, things are definitely improving as we at Wise Age ( www.wiseage.org.uk) have one contract just rolling out and are agreeing the terms of a roll out of our our work with the DWP to include helping clients in 3 different boroughs - Hackney, Newham and Tower Hamlets.

Positive Ageing in London ( www.pailondon.org.uk) has now sent out with our London Age Friendly coalition members a well researched set of priorities that we hope all candidates for the Mayor of London and Greater London Authority Assembly members will endorse and that our members and supporters will help to promote

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