We are a membership organisation established in 1986 providing a voice for the pensioners of Islington about the issues affecting them. We champion the rights and dignity of pensioners, locally, London-wide and nationally and our aim is to reduce isolation and loneliness.
Join us on our day trip to Ramsgate
Friday 19 August
Leaving Islington Town Hall at 10.15 am SHARP
Cost £13.50 to book — Call Lydia 07804 693461
Or leave a message: 020 7226 7687
Help us campaign with local bus drivers to save local buses
Our new IPF Committee
We elected our Committee to take us forward over the next year, delighted to see many familiar faces and some new ones.
Re-elected were: Bob Collins (chair), Frances Bradley, Joyce Herron, David Milner, Dot Gibson, Pam Zinkin, Annette Thomas, Luke Daniels and Eddie Zissler. Newly elected are: Elaine Durack (Secretary), Felicia Puddicombe and Jan Pollock.
INFORMATION ABOUT ISLINGTON PENSIONERS FORUM
Through our monthly Forum meeting at Islington Town Hall and by sending out our monthly newsletter we highlight issues that affect older people such as the state pension and health services. We campaign to raise awareness and make changes to save post offices, the freedom pass and anything that affects pensioners.
We send out 800 newsletters a month to 500 individual members and 300 organisations. We now aim to extend that reach online and to all generations as these issues that we highlight affect everyone. You too will be old! If you’re lucky…
Any pensioners living in Islington are welcome to join us. Just fill in the membership form and send it back to us IPF-membership-form. (PDF)
Call us on 020 7226 7687 or email email@example.com
Read our latest newsletter here Newsletter August 2022
Islington Pensioners Forum, 1a Providence Court, Providence Place, Upper Street, London N1 0RN. We are in the alley next to Screen On The Green cinema opposite Islington Green.
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