The Older People’s Partnership for Hull and East Riding are celebrating the achievements and contributions that local older people make and the City of Hull is invited!
As part of the Celebration of Older People Week (1st to 4th October), which is supported by the Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), you can join judges David Burns, Sue Stephenson, Paula Kelly and Louise Yates for Hull and East Riding’s got talent 55+. With entertainment from the Livertones and a variety of performances from competitors aged over 55, the October event is not to be missed.
Hull and East Riding’s Older People’s Partnership is a charity which champions local older people. Working across Hull and East Yorkshire, the partnership promotes the needs of older people and helps to find new and creative approaches to problems older people face in the community.
Trustee of the partnership, Mike Foers, said: “We are massively looking forward to a week of celebrating the older people in Hull, and what better way to do that than an evening of entertainment provided by Hull’s older people.
“Everyone is welcome to join us to celebrate the amazing talents of Hulls over 55s this October!”
Tickets for the event on 2nd October at the Guildhall are available for £2 from Hull and East Riding Age UK and Dove House Hospice and everyone is welcome to go along and enjoy the entertainment.
As part of Older People’s Week the charity are further hosting a free event at the Guildhall from 10am on 1st October for food and drinks, stalls and performances including PC Danny Flemming on the Bag Pipes and Hull Ladies Choir.
Cottingham Civic Hall will also host a free event on 4th October with live music and entertainment including a Sahara Dance demonstration, plus market stalls of information and refreshments.
For more information about the Older People’s Partnership Hull and East Riding, visit: www.olderpeoplespartnership.org.uk