Last month we interviewed the amazing Alise Kirtley, celebrating her first year as Homesharer and this is what she said about her experience. Why did you decide to Homeshare? I wanted a good quality of life that I could afford and I decided to Homeshare, I was also going through personal changes as I was leaving a long term relationship and this was an ideal win-win option. How did you find the matching process? I found it incredible interesting, really worthwhile and it was
Delighted for Florence and Alex, one of our current Homeshare matches who recently made a trip down to the BBC to share their HomeShare journey with the world on Radio 4: Today. If you know an older person who would like some company at home, or an individual seeking affordable accommodation in London, listen in: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09kplfl … at 42:18 and spread the word about HomeShare!
Because you are never too old to achieve great things, read these inspirational stories, that will move your heart and change your life!!! …to pass a driving test The oldest person to pass a driving test is the late Lord Renton, a Tory peer and former minister, who did so shortly before his 95th birthday in 2003. He’d actually been driving since the early 1930s but back then there was no formal driving test. Older drivers face no restrictions apart from being obliged to renew