'Age Fusion' is a two-year Heritage Lottery funded project which brings the generations together for conversation, learning and fun. We have produced a book, Getting On: Conversations on Living Life and Growing Old, and a touring photographic exhibition, which is on display at Milestones Museum until January 2017.

In October 2016, we launched an Age Fusion Activity Resource Kit and information pack, which is available free of charge to schools and community groups wishing to carry out intergenerational activities of their own.

The kit was launched at an Age Fusion Intergenerational Activity Day at Lockswood Wellbeing Centre. More than 120 guests attended, the youngest was just three months old and the eldest was 105. Thanks to That's Solent TV for their excellent coverage of a wonderful day which united all ages:

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The Age Fusion project runs until Spring 2017 and has been supported by a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Thanks to National Lottery players, we are able to offer all of the project's resources to the public free of charge