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Norwich Older People's Forum (NOPF)

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Purpose and aims of NOPF

The role of the Norwich Older People's Forum (NOPF) is to ensure that the voices of older people are heard and that they influence the way in which services are planned and delivered, maintaining and improving the wellbeing of older people living in and around Norwich.

We also aim to work effectively with Community Services and Health in raising the profile of older people’s needs in times when we are seeing serious reductions in public service budgets.

Some of the organisations now working with NOPF are Age UK Norwich, Healthwatch Norfolk, NHS Norwich Clinical Commissioning Group, Carers Matter Norfolk, Norwich City Council, Norfolk County Council’s Library Service, Norfolk Deaf Association and Norfolk Independent Care.

Getting in touch and keeping in touch

NOPF would love to keep in touch with you. We hold four or five public meetings a year and can send you invitations to them by email or letter. If you have an email address we can also send you occasional emails with information about events, consultations and anything else that may be of interest to older people.

If you would like to be added to the mailing list, please email NOPF at Norwicholderpeople@btinternet.com

Our privacy notice

To find out how we will look after your contact details, please read our privacy notice.

You can ask for your details to be removed from our mailing list at any time.

Terms of reference

Norwich Older People's Forum and Working Party terms of reference

Working group future meeting dates 2020

Due to the ongoing impact of Covid-19 the working group meetings may be affected. Please contact NOPF directly to confirm the latest details.

Date Information
Tuesday 24 November 10am Westwick Room, City Hall