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  • Challenge Fund

    The Spirit of 2012 Youth Advisory Panel (YAP) launches a *new Challenge Fund,* calling for applications from organisations working in coastal communities to improve wellbeing, reduce loneliness and create *intergenerational connections through arts activities.

  • Costs - Piecing it Together

    This paper aims to share what we currently know about funding and financing intergenerational shared sites, their potential cost-savings, and recommendations to guide our work and that of the field to pave the way to increase shared site development around the country.

  • Future Schooling, Education and Learning: 2030 and Beyond

    What could schooling, education and learning look like in 2030 and beyond? Starting with this question, the Goodison Group in Scotland and Scotland’s Futures Forum have been exploring education, schooling and learning in 2030 and beyond.

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Case Studies

  • Childminders, a solution for intergenerational co-location

    Having seen many intergenerational programmes in the USA specifically target vulnerable children because of the beneficial impact it has upon their well-being, confidence, speech and language we decided to look at increasing the time and opportunities for the young children and the older adults to spend together.

  • We Love Our Grandmas!

    The project in Sandfield Close Primary School, Leicester involved a group of ladies who met at the school regularly. With Food for Life Funding and The Big Lottery, an intergenerational project was developed around healthy eating and food.

  • Spanning the Ages by Brighter Bervie

    In Autumn 2018 children and older people came together to plant bulbs in Bervie, creating intergenerational friendships and linking the community in the process.

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