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Talking Together

Talking Together
Inspiring phone conversations for older adults
Summer series 2024
The Summer session of TALKING TOGETHER, the telephone based series of discussion groups, will be scheduled weekly for six weeks on Monday and Thursday afternoons in June through July.

We are looking forward to presenting a diverse programme of subjects to engage you in conversation with other older adults in the community. Some of the groups include outings to a site related topic so you can meet other participants and the facilitator in person and explore more of your subject.
Joining a group is simple. Choose a topic/topics which interest you and register with COPE through any of the methods listed below. On the scheduled day of your group, an operator will connect you to the 45-minute conversation by phone from your home. You need only answer your phone when it rings.

TALKING TOGETHER is free. Registration is required and is accepted by:
· phone 01223 364 303 to the COPE office

· email:

· completing the registration form in the forth- coming leaflet and returning it to :
COPE, St Luke’s Community Centre, Victoria Road, Cambridge CB43DZ

Do watch for the leaflet announcing the schedule either by email, if you use it, or by post.

We are always interested in gathering your opinions and reactions to TALKING TOGETHER as well as any recommendations for group topics and facilitators. Please email us or phone the COPE office to share your views.

We look forward to having you join us.

Talking Together – your opinions welcome!

We are always interested in gathering COPE members’ opinions and reactions to Talking Together. We would particularly like to hear the views of those who have not yet participated in the series. To gather this information, we sometimes conduct telephone surveys. We hope you will be able to give us a few minutes to share your thoughts about the current programme, as well as possible topics for future discussions.
Funding for Talking Together is provided by Cambridge Community Foundation, Cambridge City Council, The Pye Foundation, The Childwick Trust and The Leys School.
Last updated: 9 April 2024
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