Unadorned clay pots: the best gift for the lonely at Christmas

Louise Morse, Media and External Relations Manager at Pilgrims' Friend Society, shares why being together can be the greatest gift at Christmas. Read more

Why Christian care makes a difference

Sylvia Clovey, Marketing and Communications Manager at Pilgrims' Friend Society, shares why Christian care makes a difference in later life. Read more

Pilgrim Gardens – where God puts the lonely in families

Mandy Smith, manager at Pilgrim Gardens, shares about family life at the retired living community in Leicester. Read more

Community living at Strathclyde House

Ann Goodwin, Chaplain at Strathclyde House, introduces us to the latest addition to the Pilgrims' Friend Society family. Read more

Older caregivers save the government £23 bn a year but pay with their own health

Family caregivers over 80 years of age are saving the government £23 billion a year. They are the army of unpaid carers looking after family members, providing 23 billion hours of unpaid care a year. Read more

Children’s school achievements almost doubled in a project involving older people

In these days when experts talk about the importance of bringing the generations together, Downshall primary school in Essex has shown how it’s done, resulting in extraordinary benefits for both the children and the older people involved. Read more