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Intergenerational activity brings together people of different ages – children, young people, adults and older adults - in positive, planned activities designed to bridge gaps between generations.
It is an approach which can provide new ways of working to address a great many issues, e.g. health, learning, skills exchange, community safety and fear of crime, resolving disputes, cultural activity and heritage. For a fuller definition please see link below
Merton is privileged to be the site for Acacia Centre, the first purpose-built intergenerational centre in the UK.
Examples of intergenerational activities include:
For more information on Acacia Centre activity, please contact:
230 Grove Road
Tel: 020 8274 5121
This page was last updated on Tuesday 15 April 2014