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Study into health and well-being of older people

5 Oct 2018 - 10:39 by michelle.foster
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The University of Manchester are investigating the health and well-being benefits of green space in cities for older people. (‘Green space' means trees, parks, woodland, ponds, rivers, canals, allotments, and so on.) University of Manchester

The research team are looking for people who are 65 or over who might be interested in taking part in a study that surveys reasons for valuing green space. 

The hope is that the research will demonstrate the importance of green space for older people and help eventually to register this importance with policy makers in the City of Manchester and beyond.

The survey can be found below.

For further information, contact Prof. John O’Neill on 0161 306 8043, or email: GHIA4@manchester.ac.uk

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