Tackling loneliness and isolation in south London by bringing older and younger neighbours together.

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Staying connected in a disconnecting time

As social distancing continues in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, we have adapted our programmes to help older and younger neighbours stay connected in a disconnecting time.

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Winter is on the way

For many of us winter means new coats, hot chocolate, duvet days and festivities. But this isn’t the case for everyone. Some of our older neighbours find this time of year isolating. But through our Winter Wellbeing project we can help people to stay active and connected.

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Learning from our younger neighbours

by Matt Scaysbrook

Towards the end of 2020, we surveyed our younger neighbours to gain their thoughts and insights on various aspects of our Virtual Social Club programme — we share the results and the impact.

Goodbye to 2020

by Harry Jenkins

It’s been a very tough year for everyone in our network, but it's also been amazing to see everyone come together to support each other over the past nine months. Despite all the challenges, we wanted to celebrate what we have all achieved together.


"I always had someone to talk to."

by Eleanor Younge

As we head into a new year, we’re looking back on 2020 and the ways in which the older and younger neighbours on our Love Your Neighbour programme came together, even when they had to be apart.


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