Our new branding has now been added to Letterheads, Posters and Press Releases ready for our branches to use. You can also see the new Leaflets and examples of Pop-Up Banners all using the NHS Retirement Fellowship’s fresh new look. Also included are some common questions and answers in response to some of the queries […]
New look NHS Retirement Fellowship unveiled at conference SENIOR stakeholders from across the NHS were given the first look of the NHS Retirement Fellowship’s new identity and joined in discussions on how to support retired staff further. The NHS Retirement Fellowship is the national charity advocating and supporting retired staff throughout the NHS and has […]
On Thursday 1 August 2019 Age UK, supported by the UK’s major pensioner groups, including the NHS Retirement Fellowship, presented a petition signed by 634,334 people calling for the Government to keep the free TV licence for all over 75’s. As you will be aware, it is a campaign strongly supported by the Fellowship and […]
When our members in the East Anglia region gathered for a regional meeting in July, they were expecting one speaker but were surprised and delighted to have two special guests – read all about it here! The East Anglia Region celebrates 71 years of the NHS with Special Guests
For over a million of the oldest people in our country, television is their main form of company. Right now, that’s under threat.
Read all about the great time had by all on the branch holiday to Llandudno in May
Fellowship member Pat Lockett has plunged from the sky aged 90 to raise funds for hospitals in Bristol
Olive Belfield, the President of our South Manchester Branch recalls her part in the 70/40 celebrations
This opportunity offers a volunteer role in helping to shape Age UK’s services for people 50yrs+, by sharing views and life experiences
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