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Retired leisure: four ventures in post-work activity



Retired leisure: four ventures in post-work activity



Retired leisure: four ventures in post work activity: 57



The report argues that, through a wide range of educational and recreational opportunities, older people should be encouraged to carve for themselves a meaningful shape to later life. Four UK case studies are described which exemplify a positive approach to leisure for old people.

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