P656 CEEFAX 2 656 Tue 04 Mar 2p:01/01    BC   NEW HORIZONS, NEW COMMUNITIES 1/4 T@e New Horizons Trust gives@'seeding' money to groups of retired people who are setting up local projects. It aims to help retired people live life to the full by using their skills and energy to create projects to benefit everyone in their community. n tPe last ten years it has helped 450 projects countrywide, with grants of more than half a million pounds. Contact New Horizons, Paramount House, 290-292 Brighton Road, South Croydon, Surrey CR2 6AG; tel: 0181-646 p201. CS index 650 TV 600 Main menu 100 Read Hear 6 p News 101 Weather 400 Feedback TV/Radio News Heads Main Menu
P656 CEEFAX 2 656 Tue p4 Mar 2p:08/37       NEW HO"IZONS, NEW COMMUNITIES 1/4 The New Horizons Trust gives 'seeding' money to groups of retired people who are setting up local projects. It aims to help retired people live life to the full by using their skills and energy to create projects to benefit everyone in their community. In the last ten years it has helped )50 projects countrywide, with grants of more than half a million pounds. Contact New Horizons, Paramount House, 59p[29% Brighton Road, South Croydon, Surrey CR2 6AG; tel: 0181-666 p201. Read Hear 64p News 101 Weather 400 Feedback TV/Radio News Heads Main Menu
P656 CEEFAX 2 65$ Tue 04 Mar 2p:00/01    R   AGE COUNTS ELECTION CAMPAIGN 2/4 'Age Counts - 10 million voters could make the difference' is the message of the Age Concern election roadshow. The charity's campaign to highlight ageing issues and tPe needs of older voters is marked by a national admobile tour starting outside Parliament. Low income, paying for care and discrimination in health services are key issues says Age Concern. The Age Concern Manifesto has been delivered to the three main parties and t@e campaign is touring the country. CS index 650 TV 600 Main menu 100 Read Hear 64p News 101 Weather 400 Feedback TV/Radio News Heads Main Menu
P656 CEEFAX 2 65$ Tu— 0 Mar 2p:00/04    B   [   'Age Counts - 1p million voters could Ha e tPe difference' is tPe message of t@e Age Concerl election roads@ow. The c@arity's camp!ign to highlight ageing issues and tPe needs of older doters is HarCe— by a national admobile tour starting outside ParliaHent. Low ilco-e, paying for care and iiscriYiNatiol in @ealt@ serbices ate key issues says Age Concern. Th— Age Concern Manifesto has been eelivered to t@— three main parties and tPe campAign is touring tPe@country, Read Hear 6)0 Mews 101 eather 400 eedback TV/Radio News Heads Iain Menu
P656 CEEFAX 2 656 Tue 04 Mar 2p:01/01       PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IMPROVES SLEEP 3/4 New research shows better sleep is one of tPe benefits of taking regular moderate physical activity. In tPe UK one in three people over 65 express dissatisfaction with their sleep and 15% are on regular medication for sleeping problems. Research into Ageing is also funding projects on exercise, prevention of falls, and endurance training. Healthy Ageing leaflets from Research into Ageing, 15/17 St Cross Street, London EC1N 8UN; tel: 0171-404 6878. CSV index 65p TV 600 Main menu 100 Read Hear 64p News 101 Weather 400 Feedback TV/Radio News Heads Main Menu
P656 CEEFAX 2 656 Tue 04 Mar 20:06/01       GET MOVING TO STAY HEALTHY 4/4 Most men and women over 50 are not physically active enough and their health may suffer as a result. Health Education Authority research has led to a new national campaign to encourage sedentary older people to be more active, more often. The Active for Life campaign features a new video starring Rosemary Conley and Ken Morley and is available on loan through main public libraries. It encourages you to take a brisk walk, dig t@e garden, cycle or dance. CSV index 650 TV 600 Main menu 100 Read Hear 6)p News 101 Weather 400 Feedback TV/Radio News Heads Main Menu