Feeling lonely? Fulham Good Neighbours can help

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Fulham Good Neighbours is inviting residents who feel lonely to their first meeting at Rosaline Road centre

A Fulham charity is launching a weekly support group to tackle loneliness.

Fulham Good Neighbours is inviting residents who feel lonely to their first meeting at Rosaline Road centre on Sunday 26 March at 4pm.

Their ‘Beating Loneliness Together’ group joins up like-minded people from across the borough to get guidance and support and share experiences with others in a similar situation.

“We understand that loneliness affects our health and happiness. Surveys suggest that millions of people of all ages in the UK often feel lonely,” said event organiser Craig Morley, of local charity The Starfish Group (UK).

“Though there are plenty of clubs and activities people could join, sometimes they just don't feel confident enough to go, or fear rejection. 

“Our experience is that drawing strength from like-minded people can help overcome these issues. That's why we created Beating Loneliness Together.”

If you would like to attend please let organisers know by completing this form. 

The session is free and tea, coffee and cake will be provided. There is no obligation to attend future events.

For more details on Fulham Good Neighbours, visit: www.fulhamgoodneighbours.org.

For more details on The Starfish Group, visit: www.goodcompanyforall.org.

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