About Us

The Bucks Older Peoples Action Group (BOPAG) is an independent, non-political, voluntary network organisation made up of groups and individuals around the county

Our core message is Positive Ageing and through this website, we can help provide older people with information which supports them to lead healthy, active and independent lives, consult with older people, find out what their issues are, and then do something about resolving those issues.
 
BOPAG meets 6 times a year and everyone is welcome. Dates for the remaining meetings in 2018 are    
 
16th May 2018, 10am (AGM)
18th July 2018, 10am
19th September 2018, 10am
21st November 2018, 10am
 
All meetings take place at 10a.m. at Christ The Servant King, Sycamore Road, High Wycombe, HP12 4TJ. All are welcome. Please contact Andy for further details and directions.   
 
 This website aims to be an impartial online ‘signposting’ service for use by the public, BOPAG members and others providing local services to the older people of Buckinghamshire. BOPAG does not recommend or endorse any of the providers listed and it has not carried out any background checks or other forms of due diligence in respect of the providers listed on the website.
 
The website's main function is to hold information on groups and organisations providing services and activities, within Buckinghamshire or close by, which are likely to be of interest to older people. It also holds information on regional and national organisations that provide information or services which may be useful to the people of Buckinghamshire.
 
It is recommended that you always check with providers that their service or organisation meets your requirements. If buying services, for all but the smallest jobs, get more than one quote, preferably three. For advice and information about buying services and products Bucks Trading Standards and Citizens Advice have produced a series of guides giving you hints and tips before you buy as well as practical advice and steps you can take to solve problems if they happen.




Click on the name of YOUR District below to bring up the range of activities and services that are available to you in YOUR area. For county wide services please go to our Support section.

Aylesbury Vale District
Aylesbury Vale
Chiltern District
Chiltern
South Bucks
South Bucks
Wycombe District
Wycombe
Our latest news
Sep 16, 2018

Commemorating World War One centenary: Chiltern and South Bucks District Councils small grants scheme
To support the centenary year , Chiltern and South Bucks District Councils are providing a special small grants scheme which local town and parish councils and community groups can apply for to help them mark the centenary. Local people can apply for funding of up to £300 per project.
 
To apply for a grant or for further details, please contact Natalie Judson, Active Communities Officer
Joint Communities & Leisure Team, Email: njudson@chiltern.gov.uk, Tel: 01494 732759
 
Don’t delay as the closing date is Thursday 11thOctober 2018