Connect in later life…
I started this blog to try to combat the loneliness that can creep up on those of us who are a little older (I am in my 70s).
I would love to read your comments, contributions to discussions or even just random thoughts!
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I attended the Beacon Cafe today and a most enjoyable time was had by us all. You will find me on the “craft table” where Jane our long suffering teacher helps us to make all manner of things. Today it … Continue reading
Since my unexpected chance to be a star on Radio Solent I have had a few responses to my campaign on loneliness. Needless to say I’m delighted, please carry on reading my blog and leaving comments for me. I am … Continue reading
A friend rang early this morning to tell me that Radio Solent was conducting a phone-in regarding loneliness. This is something I feel passionate about, contacting others like myself who experience times of loneliness in all ages. I phoned in … Continue reading
As you all remember Jo Cox M.P. lost her life last year. One of her aims was to combat loneliness, and before her death she devised a plan to bring the various existing campaigns together and launch a major Commission to ‘turbo-charge’ … Continue reading
You may recall that I wrote an article on Gransnet a couple of weeks ago about loneliness, (you can read it here: Why are we invisible?). Well, I thought I would share with you a lovely response the article received – … Continue reading
I’ve just had a post published on Gransnet for Hampshire, click here or on the logo below to take a look. Let me know what you think: