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Links to other sites have been organised as follows:
Funding Keyfund
Support for Groups ICT for Groups
Carers Volunteeering
Planning Networks Training

Carers top
Keyfund top

Welsh European Funding Office (Publicity Logo) www.wefo.wales.gov.uk/publicity
PLANED www.planed.org.uk
Pembs County Council www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk
Funding top
Support for Groups top
Training top
Pembs. County Council www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk
Global Connections www.globalconnections.org.uk
Pembrokeshire College www.pembrokeshire.ac.uk
Adult Learners Week
Award Scheme Development & Accreditation Network (ASDAN)
Education and Learning Wales
Individual Learning Accounts
Voluntary Sector National Training Organisation (VSNTO)
The Training Zone
Training Organisation for Personal Social Services (TOPSS)
Volunteering Opportunities
Wales Council for Voluntary Action www.wcva.org.uk
Volunteering top
RSVP Wales www.csv-rsvp-wales.org
Parents High Support Needs www.highsupportneeds.org.uk
Community Transport Association www.communitytransport.com
RSVP knitting project http://www.cwuha.org
ICT for Groups top

Planning Networks

Age Concern Cymru:
Care & Repair Cymru: www.careandrepair.org.uk
Energy Efficiency Advice Centres: www.est.org.uk
Energy Saving Trust: www.est.org.uk
Food Standards Agency Wales: www.food.gov.uk
NACAB: www.nacab.org.uk
National Energy Action Cymru: www.nea.org.uk
NHS: www.wales.nhs.uk
NHS Direct Wales: www.nhsdirect.wales.nhs.uk
RNIB Cymru: www.rnib.org.uk/services/cymru
Wales Council for the Blind: www.wcb-ccd.org.uk
Wales Youth Agency: www.wya.org.uk
Welsh Assembly Government: www.wales.gov.uk/index.htm
Promoting Health and Well Being in Wales: www.healthewales.org.uk
Older Peoples Forum
Age Positive
works with employers and employers’ organisations to encourage the use of the Government’s voluntary Code of Practice on Age Diversity in Employment.

brings together job seeking help and help in claiming benefits under one roof.

New Deal 50 plus
helps over 50s find the right job through one-to-one advice and financial support.

New Deal
helps you find the right job through one-to-one advice and financial support.

New Deal for disabled people
If you have a health condition or disability and are on a qualifying health related benefit, New Deal for Disabled People can offer you access to a network of job brokers who offer support and advice to help you find work and stay in work.

a national jobs and learning website.


Pensioners' Guide

information on leisure, housing and home improvement, transport, legal services and crime safety.


the UK's largest 'e-learning' network. It allows people to learn at their local learndirect centre or anywhere where they can get access to a computer and the Internet.

University of the Third Age
offers a range of learning opportunities, delivered by older people for older people, including French, information technology (IT), music, history, art and literature.

Uk online centres
give you the opportunity to use computers and get access to the internet in a supportive environment. You can find them in places like community centres, churches, schools and libraries.
People's Network
government project which aims to make sure that every public library in the country is linked to the internet and has enough funding for computers.

Money to learn
information on financial support for all adult learners

Student support
information for study in higher education

Experience Corps
aims to encourage a quarter of a million people aged 50 and over to volunteer to help develop their local communities.

Retired and Senior Volunteer Programme
The provides opportunities for people over 50 across the UK to become involved in their communities as volunteers

Fit and healthy
Cancer screening
information on the cancer screening programmes in England
Sport England
puts you in touch with the sports organisations and people in your area who can tell you about learning, improving and taking part in sport.
The Sports Council for Wales
puts you in touch with the sports organisations and people in your area who can tell you about learning, improving and taking part in sport.
Walking the way to health
Contact the walking schemes starting up in your area
NHS charges
information on entitlement to help with health costs.
your gateway to health information on the internet.
Health promotion
lists UK sites which cover many aspects of health promotion and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle
Heart Forum
The National Heart Forum website has facts and current research about heart disease.
Diabetes UK
The charity for people with diabetes.

Your weight
The BBC website has tips and ideas to help you to achieve and maintain your healthy weight


Pensions and finance

The Pension Service
Part of the Department for Work and Pensions, has information for those planning for retirement and approaching retirement, as well as those already retired.

Inland Revenue
Consumer and Councils

Citizens Advice
how to get free, confidential and independent advice.

Consumer issues

Find your local council at www.ukonline.gov.uk and click on 'a to z of local government' (on the left hand side under 'Browse by topic'.

Free email:

if you want to get an email address to keep in touch with friends and relatives around the world.

Online chat:
Baby boomer bistro, run by Age Concern
Laterlife at www.laterlife.com
Age Concern has discussion boards
Wise Owls the web network for over 45s.
Search engines:
Yahoo for seniors

Support groups:
Age Concern
The Alzheimer's Society
The Associated of Retired and Persons Over 50
Carers online
The Disability Rights Commission
Help the Aged
RNID the charity represents the needs of deaf and hard of hearing people in the UK.
RNIB the charity which offers information, support and advice to people with sight problems.
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