The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Storyhouse: October 2019
Gloria Hunniford will return to Chester's Storyhouse on Tuesday 22nd October to host an interactive debate on '101 Ways to Enjoy Getting Older' sponsored by Inspired Villages Gifford Lea. The FREE event will be chaired by the TV legend, joined on stage by the published author, Jean Beatty, who is now a resident in Tattenhall.
The event will talk candidly about health, happiness, inspirations and aspirations for retirees of today and tomorrow.
The '101 Ways to Enjoy Getting Older' event will form part of Storyhouse's 'Love Later Life' festival of workshops, theatre, song, arts & crafts and health & well-being to celebrate later life.
Mrs Jean Beatty, at 90 recently moved back to her home county in the UK from North Carolina, where she had been living since 1952, and now lives in the retirement village.
Mrs Beatty has a plethora of interesting stories to share with the audience, including details of her journey becoming a successful author and having two books published — 'Different Drummers' and 'Stoney Beck', both of which gained five star reviews.
Audience members are encouraged to contribute to the discussion, sharing their top tips on enjoying life as part of a 'Question Time'-style segment of the event. Visitors are also invited to submit their own questions and comments before the debate starts, which will then be discussed later in the event.
The panel discussion will take place at 2pm on Tuesday 22nd October, as part of Storyhouse's 'Love Later Life' festival.
This free event has limited places, which can be secured by booking online: CLICK HERE
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