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Ted’s story ‘It’s gratifying. You feel you’re part of something.’
Rosaline’s story ‘It makes me feel fantastic, I love every minute of it.’
These films were made to highlight the issues of loneliness and social isolation in our ageing population, and the role of projects such as Meet Me at The Albany in re-connecting communities and changing lives through the arts.
Ted and Rosaline are both Meet Me members who have found joy and a sense of belonging through singing in the Meet Me choir, and joining in arts projects with Entelechy Arts and The Albany.
Ted’s film has been shortlisted for the Charity Film Awards!
The Charity Film Awards have been created to celebrate the success of film in fundraising.
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We want to increase the number of people we can help, but the only way we can do this is with support from you. You can choose to donate a few pounds or a lot of pounds.
£6 is the cost for one participant like Ted or Rosaline to attend one Meet Me at the Choir session
£12 could help 2 new people to attend
£20 could help us do more!
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Meet Me at the Albany meets every Tuesday. Read more about Meet Me here or call us on 020 8694 9007.
Our volunteer community is very special and we are always looking for new volunteers. Learn more about volunteering for us here or a call Siobhan our volunteer co-ordinator on 020 8694 9007.
The films were produced by Media Trust and Funded by City Bridge Trust
Film Production: Knucklehead, Director: Sonja Phillips, Producer: Juliet Naylor, Cinematographer: Jim Joliffe, Art Department: Toby Stevens, Editor: Nick Armstrong, Cut+Run, Flame: Anne Trotman/Ted, Flame: Toby Aldridge at Silk/Rosaline, The Mill, Camera Operator: Candida Richardson, Flame: Toby Aldridge at Silk, Sound Recordist: Darko Mocilnikar, Colourist: Ted – Marty McCullan / Rosaline – Johnny Thorpe, Audio Mix: Ted – Rich Martin / Rosaline – Dave Williams.