From Monday 10th November until Friday 14th November 2014 the Economic and Social Research Council-funded Centre for Population Change, based at the universities of Southampton and St Andrews, is bringing an interactive and engaging exhibition to the Lowry Centre, Manchester , which will showcase up-to-the-minute research on population change. The exhibition is free to attend and open to everyone.
The exhibition will allow visitors to consider:
• What are your chances of living to 100?
• How do your early years, your family life, where you live, your lifestyle and your work affect these chances?
With one in three children born in 2014 expected to live to 100, these questions have never been more relevant.
Using the latest iPad-technology, the exhibition provides the opportunity to learn up-to-the-minute research findings via interactive games, quizzes, pictures, interviews and easy-to-understand graphs and texts. The exhibition includes a section on local area population change which should be of interest to those living, working or studying in Manchester.
More information can also be found on our website: http://www.liveto100.cpc.ac.uk
Enclosed you’ll find a digital flyer which includes a description of the exhibition and a detailed tour schedule. We very much hope that you’ll find time to visit the exhibition.
If you require any further information, please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org