As part of our ESRC-funded seminar series “More of the same is not enough”: New Directions in Ageing and Physical Activity, we’re holding a seminar in London on 1st July 2016 on natural environments and older people’s physical activity.
The seminar is free to attend, but registration is essential – you can register here.
The seminar includes speakers from academic, government and third sector organisations, and is open to all. On the day there will be plenty of time for discussion, and a ‘1-minute pitch’ open mic session for any participant to share information about their own work or important issues.
Details about the seminar series are available at http://seminars.ecehh.org/
Nuzhat Ali, Lead for Older Adults Health and Wellbeing, Public Health England – Older adults and physical activity outdoors: national policy and context
Sarah Bell, University of Exeter – Movement, meaning and mingling in natural environments
Barbara Humberstone, Bucks New University – Older people and water-based outdoor activities: Ageing well
Katherine Brookfield, University of Edinburgh – Mobility, Mood & Place: everyday aspects of urban environments and older adults’ outdoor mobility
Craig Lister, Green Gym Managing Director, TCV – Conservation volunteering and the Green Gym for older adults
Hope to see you there!