Retired Members

UNISON works to raise awareness of issues which concern older people and to influence decision makers. Our priorities include:

  • Pensioner poverty
  • Health care and age discrimination
  • Isolation and mobility issues

Retired and working members have a shared interest in obtaining decent incomes in older age, a universal health service and the creation of a civilised society. Today’s workers are tomorrow’s pensioners and UNISON’s members work in public services on which many older people rely.

UNISON retired members enjoy all the benefits of UNISON membership including:

  • Legal advice
  • Welfare support
  • Special discounts and offers on a wide range of financial and other services

If you’ve been a UNISON member for at least two years on the day you retire and have either received state pension age or get a pension, you can become a retired member.

Retired Members Info and Resources Issue 70 SeptOct 2016

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Martin Lewis website  Below is the contact website run by a guy called Martin Lewis. This site offers all types of ...
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Mac Senior Retired Members July 2016

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- All change for the Scottish Retired Members Committee. - Have you registered for the 2016 National Retired Members Conference? ...
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Retired Members Info and Resources Issue 69 June 2016

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One million pensioners aged 75 or over are living in poverty  ‘I’m absolutely sure I’ve printed most of these snapshots ...
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Retired Members Info and Resources Issue 68 May 2016

Staying Active
Delegate Report Back from Scottish Retired Members Conference STUC Woodlands Road, Glasgow; 13th April 2016. Also see below for a ...
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Mac Senior Retired Members April 2016

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- 2016 Scottish Conference more popular than ever. - WHICH calls “Time” on nuisance calls - ”Public Services under unprecedented ...
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Retired Members Info and Resources Issue 67 April 2016

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Health Benefits Everyone in Scotland gets free prescriptions and eye tests. If you have less than £16‚000 in savings you may ...
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