Ageless Thanet Legacy Website

This website shares the impact, learning and legacy of the Ageless Thanet project, which ended on 31 March 2022. We are no longer updating these pages. For more information and contact details for ongoing work, please visit www.sekgroup.org.uk

Ageless Thanet Legacy Website

This website shares the impact, learning and legacy of the Ageless Thanet project, which ended on 31 March 2022. We are no longer updating these pages. For more information and contact details for ongoing work, please visit www.sekgroup.org.uk

Ageless Thanet

Ageless Thanet was funded to improve the lives of people over 50 as part of the National Lottery Community Fund’s Fulfilling Lives: Ageing Better programme. Over seven years it reached at least 10,000 people, reducing loneliness and isolation and improving mental and physical wellbeing in Thanet. These pages share its impact, learning and legacy.

Ageless Futures

What's available beyond Ageless Thanet?

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Ageless Thanet Learning

Presentations and reports from our learning.

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Ageless Thanet Videos

Visit YouTube for videos on impact and legacy.

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News Archive

Thank you for being part of Ageless Thanet

A word from Ageless Thanet project manager and Social Enterprise Kent Deputy CEO Rebecca Smith

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Ageless Thanet volunteers celebrate Queen’s Award

More than 50 volunteers from across Thanet attended the Ageless Thanet Queen’s Award Presentation Ceremony in their honour at the Turner Contemporary on Tuesday 8 February.

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Ageless Futures – See what’s available beyond Ageless Thanet

Ageless Thanet has had an incredible seven years of making Thanet a great place to grow older. While support for over 50s will look a little different in 2022, Social Enterprise Kent and partners are making sure it continues.

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Ageless Thanet Funding Announcement

After an incredible seven years, the funding for Ageless Thanet will end on 31 March 2022, with activities stopping after 31 December 2021.  We have thoroughly enjoyed supporting Thanet residents over 50 to reduce social isolation and loneliness through this programme, and we are pleased to say that, while it may look a little different, our support will continue. 

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Ageless Thanet Volunteers Win Prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

Social Enterprise Kent’s Ageless Thanet volunteers have been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service; the highest recognition volunteers can receive.

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COVID-19 Update

We understand that this is a worrying time for many. On the basis of government guidance, we are in the process of restarting our activities.

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