Ronnie Gives Good Advice From The Golden Guide
MP for Blyth Ronnie Campbell arrived at Isabella Day Centre in Blyth on Friday to hand out copies of the latest in the Golden Guide series from Clever Clogs Publishing.
Produced in partnership with Age Concern, Northumberland and part financed by Big Lottery Fund, Ronnie thought the guide was a winner for older people as well as for all those who work on their behalf.
From the guide he highlighted information crucial to the wellbeing of older residents, such as warnings about bogus callers and pensions and benefits forecasting advice, “maybe you don’t like to ask and maybe you think you can manage, but checking pension entitlements can make a big difference to your standard of living” He moved on to congratulate the team who had produced the guide.
Heather Alabaster from Clever Clogs said “Ronnie confirmed for us just how useful this guide will be – we have collected together information on money, health, care and your home, which will help people find out who can help them locally and how to get in touch”
Marie McWilliams from Age Concern added “we will be making huge use of the new guide through new telephone information service, and we have printed 5000 copies to be able to get them out to as many people as we can.”
Photographs of this first of 4 launch events and copies of THE GOLDEN GUIDE FOR OLDER PEOPLE: NORTHUMBERLAND are currently available from Age Concern, tel: 0845 0 950 150 or from Clever Clogs Publishing, 0191-386 5918, email: email@example.com
For information on remaining 3 launches with Alan Beith MP, Peter Atkinson MP and Denis Murphy MP, please get in touch as above.
Clever Clogs Press, 2 October 2006
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