Prime Time, a social group for men aged 50+ and part of Volunteering Matters is hosting an event at The Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, Brighton to celebrate International Men’s Day on Saturday 19th November from 1030-1600. Councillor Pete West, the Mayor of Brighton and Hove, will be opening the event.
Prime Time exists to provide a strong social network for older men, and enable them to meet up, share interests and take part in a wide range of activities.
A number of local organisations will be at the event to promote their activities and get involved with the celebration.
These include: Impact Initiatives, Trust for Developing Communities, Possability People, Fabrica, Terence Higgins Trust, Action on Elder Abuse, Albion in the Community, Grow, GEMS, The Royal British Legion and Active for Life
There will be reflexology and massage taster sessions, live music from Silver Strings, a Tai Chi demonstration, Boccia, information and activities to promote good health and wellbeing, refreshments throughout the day and a freshly prepared hot snack lunch.
Chris Martin, Project Officer for PrimeTime, said: “We’re very much looking forward to celebrating International Men’s Day with so many inspiring local organisations. Prime Time was set up to enable men to form new friendships and enjoy their free time together .I’m delighted that we have an opportunity to mark International Men’s Day with this event and invite older men living across the city to join us.”