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Our aim is for every older person in the city to be an equal, valued and participating member of the community, able to influence policy and decision-making, challenge ageism and promote Bristol as an Age Friendly City.

We are a membership organisation led by our members, and work in partnership with other organisations to recognise diversity and address inequality and discrimination.


BOPF Meetup Mornings – Throughout 2021

This exciting project has been recently set up to enable older people to make ne ... More

COVID-19: Sir Lenny Henry appeals to black communities to have the jab in ‘a letter to loved ones’

Sir Lenny Henry has written an open letter, signed by a number of household name ... More

Social Care Crisis – TUC Report

Bristol Older People’s Forum (BOPF) has long campaigned for the Government ... More

Update from BOPF Chair

I hope you are keeping well and managing to endure this seemingly endless Covid ... More

BOPF Open Forum

BOPF Open Forum, Thursday 29 April 2021

Zoom Meeting ... More

Cherry’s Story

Many years ago Cherry Hartley was very active and prominent in BOPF, as she stil ... More

Introducing our new BOPF Trustee!

Tara Mistry is our newest BOPF Trustee and she has been a great activist around ... More

BOPF Congratulates Roy Hackett on his MBE

BOPF Congratulates Roy Hackett on his MBE for services to the Bristol Community! ... More

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