Elderly to try Tai Chi
PUBLISHED: 16:26 03 September 2008 | UPDATED: 11:22 12 August 2010
OLDER people can try out Tai Chi at a special information day about services for the elderly next Wednesday. Bromley council are
OLDER people can try out Tai Chi at a special information day about services for the elderly next Wednesday.
Bromley council are hosting the event in partnership with Age Concern, Broomleigh Housing Association, Liberata, the Citizen's Advice Bureau and The Pension Service.
Visitors can seek free advice on everything from pensions to legal matters, from healthy living to benefits.
The Safer Bromley partnership will give out information about home security, adult education, leisure, hobbies and social activities, as well as a free raffle and tea and coffee.
Graham Arthur, councillor for Adult and Community Services, said: "Knowing where to get the right information at the right time can make a real difference to the quality of someone's life and probably never more so than as we get older.
"I am delighted to be working with our partners to offer older people in Bromley this rare chance to access a host of free information and advice on everything from pensions to healthy living and all under one roof."
The event will be held at the Bromley United Reformed Church, Widmore Road, Bromley from 10am to 2.30pm.