This event was held on Tuesday 23rd March and looked back on what the TED in East Lindsey team has delivered, reflecting on key programme learning. It included commissioned evaluation activity undertaken by the University of Lincoln Business School and Rose Regeneration. The learning event also considered landscapes of delivery before and during COVID-19, at the same time as looking to the future as we enter year 7 of the programme.
We have presentations highlighting:
• Evaluation key findings
• Big Picture Overview
• Perspectives from Delivery Partners and people aged 50 and over
• Insights from Learning Reports
• Next steps for TED in East Lindsey
If you would like to watch the recorded presentation, please follow this link here.
About TED in East Lindsey
Since 2015, TED in East Lindsey has been working with communities and people over 50 in the District to promote opportunities associated with Ageing Better, bringing people together through a variety of innovative activities. TED in East Lindsey is one of 14 areas funded through The National Lottery Community Fund’s £84 million national Ageing Better programme.
Before COVID-19 TED in East Lindsey had worked directly at bringing people aged 50 and over together through the creation and establishment of Friendship Groups, innovative projects delivered by commissioned partners, and work in communities promoting age friendly businesses through the Age-friendly Business Award. The pandemic has presented challenges for the original ‘place-based’ delivery of services in communities and engaging people aged 50 and over. However, it has also been a time where resilience and adaptation have featured in a range of stakeholders.