Inverclyde Shed: improving wellbeing, tackling social isolation and reducing waste
We learn about a group helping older men talk and connect whilst maintaining repair skills and how members co-design and influence the design and development of the Shed.
The Enduring Legacy of Edinburgh’s Eric Liddell Centre
Following the footsteps of its namesake, Edinburgh's Eric Liddell Centre is providing inspiring holistic care for those suffering with Alzheimer's/dementia.
Dudley’s Cheerleaders: how pom-poms can help combat loneliness
From pink ribbons to puzzle pieces: health issues have their symbols. Could the pom-poms for loneliness be the next symbol? We learned about residents in Dudley using this symbol and raising awareness.
Stay up late: Self-advocacy and Nightlife for People with Learning Disabilities
Stay Up Late are a Brighton based charity that create ways for people with learning disabilities to go out and enjoy nightlife.
Interview with Kar Man Chung, a pioneering Community Pharmacist
What if we could go to pharmacies to do more than provide medicine? We spoke to Kar Man Chung, a community pharmacist finding new ways of working in the community.
Centrepoint Sport, using sport to heal and connect
Read all about the great work they are doing to bring young people experiencing homelessness together through the beautiful game.
The Public Living Room
Adur and Worthing Councils create a space to chat and connect with other people at a public living room based in a local beach hut
The Friendly Bench
The Friendly Bench in Nottinghamshire is a simple way of using outside space to connect people to each other and their community.
Social Prescribing in Frome – the evidence is out there
Frome might provide some of the best evidence we have to combat social isolation and reduce health spending.
We learn more about Camerados, a social movement of people that help each other out by creating environments for building connections and finding purpose.