The Camden Intergenerational Network is a group linking people and organisations in the London Borough of Camden who are involved with or would like to begin work which safely and constructively brings together people of different ages, especially older and young people who would probably not otherwise meet each other.
The Network's most recent project was the hugely successful co-produced multi-partner project Camden Intergenerational Week 2015 which is documented on this website.
Do you work, study, volunteer or live in the London Borough of Camden? Are you interested in organising events, projects and initiatives to bring people of different generations together? Why not come to our intensive one-day training session!
The day is ideal for anyone in Camden who would like to organise activities or projects which bring together older and younger people, improve their intergenerational practice or make their organisation or service more age-inclusive.
The training will examine why intergenerational and age-friendly thinking is important, how to choose activities, how to prepare older and younger people to meet each other, how to plan and resource a project and how to build safe, creative and sustainable projects.
This course is free of charge. It is very popular and places are limited.
For further information or to book a place on the course, contact:
Maypole dancing at Mill Lane Open Space event organised by W.HEART 2013