The West Midlands Later Life Forum (WMLLF) is a collection of people who meet regularly (usually quarterly) to consider, advise on, participate in and generally advance issues revolving around those in or approaching “later life”. (Although not set in stone as age or birthday anniversary, “later life” may be considered as being pertinent to those who are aged 55 or over.)
Please click on the link above (in purple) for more specific information, or refer to the links within this web-site which outline and summarize the nature of these issues, where the meetings are held, and who may attend at and participate in these meetings.
2010 to 2015 government policy: older people
The good thing about a blog is that you don’t have to be in the same room to ‘join in’ in a conversation (or just to “listen in” on one)!
The Forum Blog, intentionally, is independent of this website.
This is the place to say what you think about anything to do with ‘later life’ and, if you wish, about those who are responsible for making ‘later life’ better or worse, easier or harder, a mile-stone or a mill-stone. It is here where you can raise, discuss and develop issues between Forum meetings. It is also, if you feel so inclined, the place to let off steam. Join in the conversation; start a conversation; listen in on a conversation; agree or disagree.