Apples and Honey Nightingale in the media

BBC Radio 4's "The World at One" in July 2017
Emma Jane Kirby visited our Intergenerational Baby and Toddler Group. You can hear her short report here.

Support our work

We rely on volunteers and donations to fund our intergenerational programme. Please help support our work.

Every pound makes a difference!


Sharing our work and vision

We work hard to provide the highest quality early years experience with an integrated intergenerational curriculum. Because we care about what we do, we share our story far and wide. 

To learn more about our work, book onto one of our intergenerational workshops. These are held every two months on a Monday.

The upcoming dates are:

Due to COVID-19, all intergenerational workshops have been cancelled until further notice. 

For more information, email 


Doing things intergenerationally has been great!

Read our in-depth case study about our first year of intergenerational work here. To learn more about our research plans, email


Watch these videos about our innovative work

CNN's Vital Signs show visits us at the nursery

Nursery Co-Founder, Dr Ali Somers, presents at the Royal Society of Medicine's 'Social Innovation Summit' alongside United for All Ages' Stephen Burke

Nursery Co-Founder, Judith Ish-Horowicz gives a TedX Talk!

Lovely film made by The Independent

MP Watch covered our first term

Intergenerational conference

A day of sharing experience and learning from one another. Conference hosted by Nightingale Hammerson and the Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship, Goldsmiths, University of London. We also work closely with strategic partner United for All Ages, who is leading the way in campaigning for more intergenerational action across the UK.  

Held on Monday, 12th February, 2018

Innovation in Care: Stories of Intergenerational Action



15 practitioners and academics presented for the full day event, with over 100 people taking part. 

We won the Jewish News' Night of Heroes 'Communal Initiative' Award

Conference Session One Presentations:

Professor Alex Murdock, London South Bank University

Helen Simmons, Nightingale Hammerson

Judith Ish-Horowicz, MBE, Apples and Honey Nightingale

Ian Bennett, Downshall Primary School

Conference Session Two Presentations:

Jane Fonteyn, St John Ambulance 

Professor Julienne Meyer, City, University of London,

Simon Pedzisi, Nightingale Hammerson

Conference Session Three Presentations:

Students, Activate Learning

Diane Boyd, Liverpool John Moores University

Dr Ali Somers, Apples and Honey Nightingale

Lorraine George, Torbay Council