Nextdoor is a great way to connect with your neighbours and find out what’s going on in your local community.
Nextdoor is a free, private social network for you and your neighbours, which is being used by communities across Hammersmith & Fulham. On Nextdoor you can share recommendations for traders, babysitters or restaurants, plan neighbourhood events, set up a book club, get help finding a lost pet, offer items for sale or for free – and much more.
Nextdoor is also being used by residents’ associations, community organisations and Neighbourhood Watch groups. So, by joining Nextdoor, you can keep up with issues that matter to your street as well as discovering opportunities for volunteering, or finding out about local services or classes.
Take a look here at some examples of how local people are using Nextdoor.
Your local public services on Nextdoor
Nextdoor also provides a platform for local public services. H&F Council, the local police, Sobus (the community development agency) and a number of other organisations have all signed up to keep you in touch, get feedback from you, and help us to work with you better. Public services cannot see anything that you post on your neighbourhood site – that is completely private for you and your neighbours.
Joining your neighbours on Nextdoor
You can access Nextdoor on your computer or your smartphone. To join the thousands of people across H&F who are already connected, go to nextdoor.co.uk or download the Nextdoor app.
To find out more about how local people are benefitting from being connected on Nextdoor, click on the news stories below:
- Neighbourhood police join Nextdoor to tackle crime
- Nextdoor brings Wendell Park neighbours together to fundraise for community gardening project
- Local community organisations see the benefits of connecting with their neighbours
- More than 1,300 neighbours join the conversation on Nextdoor