Senior Citizens

‘You’re only as young as you feel’ the saying goes. For some old age is a very rewarding time but for others it can be a lonely experience. At the ABC we want you to enjoy your senior years and to be able to access the resources and help that are available.

Coping with bereavement - You may experience a range of emotional and physical symptoms after your relative or friend has died.

Information about the end of life - Our booklets and audio CDs talk about what might happen when someone is coming to the end of their life. Knowing what to expect could help you focus on what’s important to you.

Cruse Bereavement Care is the leading national charity for bereaved people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. We offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies and work to enhance society’s care of bereaved people.

  • +44 (0) 808 808 1677

If someone you know has died, we can reduce the amount of unwanted marketing post being sent to them, stopping painful daily reminders.By registering with our free service, the names and addresses of the deceased are removed from mailing lists, stopping most advertising mail within as little as six weeks.

We aim to provide you with bereavement support and information when you need it- 24 hours a day 365 days a year, the site is available at your fingertips.

Funded through our work with organisations and professionals, bespoke training courses, consultations and written articles- our online support to you is and always has been completely free. We will endeavour to provide you with our personal support alongside guidance to, in our experience, some of the very best agencies across the globe. Our mission is to help you find the very best service at a time when you may need it most.

It is widely acknowledged that pets can positively benefit the well-being of elderly owners. For many elderly people living on their own, their pets are their reason for living.

They are constant companions - on hand 24 hours a day, every day, comforting, loving and protecting their owners - not only from outside threats, but also offering the more subtle form of protection from loneliness and despair.

  • +44 (0) 1736 757 900

Supported by a network of volunteers, Contact the Elderly organises monthly Sunday afternoon tea parties for small groups of older people aged 75 and over, who live alone, offering a regular and vital friendship link every month.

We are committed to drawing older people out of isolation with our community activities. Our lunch clubs, social centres and community cafés are all ran by volunteers who provide a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Our clubs have enabled older people to meet with older friends, make new friends and even learn new skills.

Whatever happens as we get older, we all want to remain independent and live life on our own terms. That’s why, as well as offering regular friendly contact and a strong campaigning voice, Independent Age can provide you and your family with clear, free and impartial advice on the issues that matter: care and support, money and benefits, health and mobility.  

A charity founded over 150 years ago, we’re independent so you can be.

  • +44 (0) 20 7605 4200

Established on 9 April 1965, the Civil Service Retirement Fellowship is the only Civil Service charity dedicated to helping retired civil servants, widows/widowers, partners and dependants enjoy a better and more fulfilling retirement.

We operate a range of welfare, volunteering and leisure activities all run and supported by volunteers.
  • +44 (0) 20 8691 7411

Residents of Southampton who are of pensionable age can apply for their English National concessionary bus pass on a SmartCities card. This will entitle them to free bus travel during off peak times. 

If you're 60 or over and love visiting family and friends or taking day trips and short breaks, our Senior Coachcard offers a great way to save 1/3 on standard fares to hundreds of towns, cities and airports across the UK.

A 60+ London Oyster photocard allows you to travel free on public transport in London from the age of 60 until you qualify for a Freedom Pass.

To be eligible for a 60+ London Oyster photocard, you must:

  • Live in a London borough and
  • Be aged 60 or over

The Freedom Pass for older people allows free travel across London and free local bus journeys nationally.

 

 

A 60th birthday is a big milestone. But with a Senior Railcard, it’s also the starting point for travelling many more miles too. That’s because it gives you 1/3 off Standard and First Class Anytime, Off-Peak and Advance fares.

It means you can save money on visits to the grandkids, trips into town to catch a show, or weekends by the seaside – as many times as you like. Here’s what you need to know:

The Railcard costs just £30. So after a couple of trips, the card will have paid for itself. And over a year, you could save an average of £114.

FINCA works to ensure that people with low incomes, who are financially excluded from accessing banking services within their traditional markets, can access the suitable loans, savings and insurance they need to build secure, productive lives.

  • +44 (0) 758 466 1825
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