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Our aim is that every older person in the city is an equal, valued, participating member of the community who can influence the decisions which affect their lives.

We work in partnership with other organisations to recognise diversity and address inequality and discrimination, so Bristol can become a great Age Friendly City for everyone.


How are you experiencing LIFE UNDER LOCK-DOWN?

This short open-ended questionnaire is part of our Bristol Join-Up Project. We w ... More

Covid-19 Update from BOPF Chair

I hope you remain safe and well, and are managing to keep yourself busy during t ... More

Bristol City Council’s coronavirus information and advice newsletter

Lockdown support with Ramadan 2020, Online scams, Energy advice and support and ... More

The Bug and I by Judith Brown

I don’t know about you, but I feel I’m living in someone’s science fiction ... More

Interesting Times by Tony Wilson

Tony Wilson shares his experience of being born in the inter-war generation, and ... More

Coronavirus update from Avon and Somerset Police

Coronavirus update from Avon and Somerset Police Community Liaison Co-ordinator ... More

Greta Thunberg’s visit to Bristol

I walked through cold and rainy, traffic-free Bristol from Old Market to College ... More

Chair’s report

What a year 2019 was for BOPF! There was so much happening, it is difficult to k ... More

BOPF Ambassador’s report

In January I chaired the Bristol Ageing Better Board meeting; we are coming to t ... More