Published: Monday, 11th April 2016
The Broadland Older People’s Partnership (BOPP) is hosting an open meeting on money matters at the 1st Taverham Couth HQ in Sandy Lane in Taverham on Friday 15 April at 10am to 12.30pm.
BOPP is an independent body which aims to keep older people in Broadland informed about key issues which affect them, to offer advice and guidance and to raise the profile of older people in the district. Membership is free and open to any Broadland resident aged 55 or over and new members are always welcome.
The Money Matters Advice meeting will feature guest speakers from Age Concern, Norfolk Constabulary and Community Action Norfolk in addition to members of BOPP. Friendly advice will be offered to visitors on how to make the most of their finances.
Councillor David Ward, Broadland District Council’s member champion for older people said:
“Money can be such a worry to people of all ages, the BOPP meeting on money matters aims to help older people in Broadland to make the most of their money whether they're working, planning for retirement or already retired."
Entry to the meeting is free and hot drinks will be served. The event will be open from 9:30am and will begin at 10am.