Beth Johnson Foundation's Centre for Intergenerational Practice is pleased to announce the launch of the East Midlands Intergenerational Network on Monday 23rd November 2009.
This meeting is being hosted by Nottinghamshire County Council and will take place in the Rufford Suite at County Hall from 10.00am to 3.30pm.
This is an ideal opportunity for you to meet other like minded practitioners and community workers, find out about the latest developments in intergenerational practice from a national, regional and local level, promote your area of work and look at examples of good practice.
If you have an interest in social cohesion, community development, reducing negative stereotypes of young and old, reducing the fear of crime, creating opportunities for personal growth and development and you would like to know more about intergenerational work then please join us at this event.
The day will include a short presentation from April Lewis, the Regional Development Worker at the Centre, followed by practical sessions, project presentations and plenty of opportunities to network.
There is a nominal charge of £12.00 to cover the cost of lunch and refreshments for the day, however volunteers are free. Please complete the registration form via the Centre's website: