We’re really excited to launch our updated website, bringing together the very best of the previous version alongside some great new features.

As we’ve grown and continue to grow our great on-line content, we want to make the reader experience really easy to navigate. To that end we have introduced topic areas, such as mental wellbeing, dementia and sleep, were TheBoldAge team have curated all the relevant articles that we have published as well as some additional useful links for people to investigate. In addition, we have also built a search function for you to find articles that may interest you.

Our monthly ‘from the editor slot’ will in future feature either a guest editor or a member of TheBoldAge team who will introduce a theme of particular interest to them, and which will inform many of the articles we publish.

About Us - live life as a BOLDIE

Encouraging people approaching, and in, later years to live a longer, healthier, more active and fulfilling life.

As BOLDIES we see later life as an exciting journey. A period of opportunity, relevance and joy; a time for exploration and re-invention where we continue to add value to society.

Simply put BOLDIES say WE ARE! not we were.

DEMENTIA 24/7 SURVEYTheBoldAge - 2020-07-02
Participate in our first TheBoldPulse survey on 24/7 Dementia Helplines
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ON THIS DAY 2 JULYTheBoldAge - 2020-07-02
In 1901 Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid rob a train; 1932 FDR coined the New Deal and in 1937 Amelia Earhart disappeared. The first Walmart opened in 1962 and in 1997 Bank of Thailand caused the Asian Financial Crisis. Learn more about the nuclear tests in Moruroa Atoll, the first which took place in 1966
WORRIED ABOUT GETTING OLDER? HOW TO EMBRACE AGEING POSITIVELYLauren Taylor - 2020-07-02
Could happier, healthy older age be all about mindset? TheBoldAge speaks to the author of a book aiming to transform our approach to ageing.
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5 FOODS TO REDUCE YOUR RISK OF STROKELisa Salmon - 2020-07-02
TheBoldAge reveals the diet changes that could help slash your stroke risk.
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WORRIED ABOUT PAYING FOR YOUR CARE: HERE ARE SOME BASIC FACTSDanya Bellis of Ashfords llp - 2020-07-01
Ashfords take a look at this thorny issue for TheBoldAge
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WORRIED ABOUT GETTING OLDER? HOW TO EMBRACE AGEING POSITIVELYLauren Taylor - 2020-07-02
Could happier, healthy older age be all about mindset? TheBoldAge speaks to the author of a book aiming to transform our approach to ageing.
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WORRIED ABOUT PAYING FOR YOUR CARE: HERE ARE SOME BASIC FACTSDanya Bellis of Ashfords llp - 2020-07-01
Ashfords take a look at this thorny issue for TheBoldAge
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ON THIS DAY 29 JUNETheBoldAge - 2020-06-29
The UK had its first census in 1801; in 2007 we saw the first iPhone and in 2009 Madoff received 150 years for his Ponzi scheme. In 2014 we first heard of ISIS and in 2017 their main base was retaken. Read more about the Globe Theatre which was destroyed in 1613 by fire.
CULTURAL BENCHMARK OR TOTAL MONEY SPINNER? A LOOK BACK AT HOW OUR FAVOURITE NATIONAL DAYS CAME TO BELuke Rix-Standing - 2020-06-26
From pagan rituals to failed arson, TheBoldAge combs through the history, or lack thereof, of our calendar-marked celebrations.
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DEMENTIA 24/7 SURVEYTheBoldAge - 2020-07-02
Participate in our first TheBoldPulse survey on 24/7 Dementia Helplines
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5 FOODS TO REDUCE YOUR RISK OF STROKELisa Salmon - 2020-07-02
TheBoldAge reveals the diet changes that could help slash your stroke risk.
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FOLLOWING A MEDITERRANEAN DIET COULD REDUCE THE RISK OF HEARING LOSS – SO WHAT SHOULD YOU BE EATING?Prudence Wade - 2020-06-30
It’s all about fresh foods, and nothing processed.
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HERE’S WHAT YOU REALLY NEED TO KNOW ABOUT PROTEIN, ACCORDING TO NUTRITION EXPERTSLiz Connor - 2020-06-26
How much do you really need, and is meat protein always better? TheBoldAge finds out.
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HOW TO MAKE TOM KITCHIN’S HALIBUT, RED PEPPER AND CHORIZOElla Walker - 2020-06-30
A simple but tasty fish supper.
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HOW TO MAKE JOHN TORODE’S CHOPPED SALMON AND KIMCHI TACOSLauren Taylor - 2020-06-26
Healthy, simple and inspired by Korean street food.
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HOW TO MAKE JOHN WHAITE’S FISH PIE POTATO SKINSElla Walker - 2020-06-23
These mini individual fish pies are nutritious and adorable.
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HOW TO MAKE PAM CORBIN’S BEST EVER RASPBERRY JAMElla Walker - 2020-06-19
Quick, pass the toast.
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THEBOLDWORKOUT - SESSION 4Steve Foreman - 2020-07-01
Join Steve in the latest TheBoldWorkout session and get fitter with TheBoldAge
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HOW TO GET IN SHAPE WITHOUT BEING IN THE GYM WITH BODYWEIGHT TRAININGLauren Taylor - 2020-06-22
We still do not know when we can return to the gym so personal trainer Adam Wright gives TheBoldAge the lowdown.
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THEBOLDWORKOUT - DUMBBELLS (PART 2)Steve Foreman - 2020-06-22
Join Steve in part 2 of TheBoldWorkout - Dumbbells
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ON THIS DAY 16 JUNETheBoldAge - 2020-06-16
The Dutch were banned from wearing orange clothes in 1784 and mixed bathing was permitted in Hyde Park in London in 1930. Today we look at Rudolf Nureyev who defected from the USSR in 1961
ON THIS DAY 2 JULYTheBoldAge - 2020-07-02
In 1901 Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid rob a train; 1932 FDR coined the New Deal and in 1937 Amelia Earhart disappeared. The first Walmart opened in 1962 and in 1997 Bank of Thailand caused the Asian Financial Crisis. Learn more about the nuclear tests in Moruroa Atoll, the first which took place in 1966
ON THIS DAY 1 JULYTheBoldAge - 2020-07-01
In 1200 sunglasses were invented in China; in 1867 the Dominion of Canada was established and in 1908 SOS was established. In 1997 HK reverted to Chinese rule and in 1999 Scotland opened its parliament. Read more about the wondrous day when we were able to buy the first Walkman in 1979
ON THIS DAY 30 JUNETheBoldAge - 2020-06-30
In 1837 pillory punishment was abolished in the UK and in 1894 London's Tower Bridge was opened. In 1934 Hitler's Night of the Long Knives took place and in 1990 East and West Germany merged their economies. Read more about the Tunguska River event which happened in 1908 - a global impact event.
ON THIS DAY 26 JUNETheBoldAge - 2020-06-26
In 1498 the toothbrush was invented; in 1843 Hong Kong Island was ceded to the UK; in 1977 Elvis performed for the last time and in 1997 we first discovered Harry Potter. A bit more recently though, in 2019, a Florida town paid US$600k to hackers to unfreeze their systems