Tommy Walsh
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Manchester - the UK's first 'age-friendly' city

No public toilets, not enough benches - for many older people towns and cities have become no-go areas.

But with the number of over 65-year-olds expected to double in the next 30 years - how do you make places more accessible to older people?

Graham Satchell has been finding out in Manchester, the UK's first city to be recognised as age-friendly by the World Health Organisation.

  • 29 Apr
  • From the section UK
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