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A 62-year-old Hanover resident from Penzance in Cornwall has found a new lease of life since learning how to sail with a local sailing school.
Dementia Awareness Week (14-20 May 2017) sees the Alzheimer's Society calling for everyone across England, Wales and Northern Ireland to unite against dementia.
Hanover's Chairman and the Lord Mayor of Bradford visited Dove Court for an Indian musical masterclass with the QED Foundation's health and wellbeing program.
With National Gardening Week in full swing, we take a look at the popularity of gardening on Hanover estates and the health benefits of gardening, particularly for older people.
Residents of an Extra Care Housing estate in Tadcaster enjoy a special preview of the new Tour de Yorkshire cycling event’s unique trophy.
Hanover resident Phyllis is one of an extraordinary growing breed – as a carer in her nineties.
The new coffee shop at Poppyfields is fast becoming the first choice of venue for meeting and socialising with neighbours.
As a national provider of housing for older people, we’re constantly exploring ways to tackle the growing problem of loneliness and isolation.
Hanover residents in Hackney enjoy the benefits of tailored exercise classes from Leyton Trust Orient's professional fitness instructors.
Three of our Retirement Housing estates appear in the Cinnamon Trust’s top five most pet friendly housing estates in the UK.
In an unusual love story spanning more than 40 years, Hanover residents Joan Neininger and Ken Selway are set to marry on 18 February.
Formed in the mid 1990s, the Black Elders Day Centre originally met once a week to provide soup and a meeting place for the local black community.