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Generation game is a big success
10:00am Tuesday 20th August 2013 in News
A youth group bridged the generation gap by hosting an activities day for older residents.
Five members of the Youth Forum for social landlord Incommunities got together with residents from the housing group’s Senior Voice group to learn more about each other and the things they had in common.
The get-together, by the Youth Forum, was rounded off by an evening of ten-pin bowling which mixed young and older residents into teams. The ‘intergenerational day’ was deemed such a success that both groups are planning to meet up again soon.
Arthur Kenworthy from Senior Voice said: “It was a very good idea to mix.”
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