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Fighting loneliness in lockdown

We approach the end of our second month in lockdown, and maybe the end is now in sight. However, the road back to our old way of working is still a long one, and many restrictions will still have to be in place even after the current lockdown has lifted. One key issue we've been encountering across all our services...

4 years ago

 by Nathan Singleton

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FaithAction: Loneliness and the power of relationships

4 years ago

 by Jeremy Simmons

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BD CAN: Support and befriending for Barking and Dagenham

4 years ago

 by Manisha Modhvadia

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SW!TCH Minds: Engaging young people in new settings

Wise words from our Royston with one of our young people #wisewords #truth #fearless #faithoverfear #youngpeople #youthworker A post shared by

4 years ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

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Community: the antidote to COVID-19 isolation

Dear friends and partners across the statutory, voluntary, community and faith sectors, As the coronavirus crisis and lockdown continues, and our daily patterns of work have settled into a new norm, there are many positive things to take from what is a serious–and, for many, fearful–situation. It's widely agreed that this will be a time of advancement in technology, medicine...

4 years ago

 by Nathan Singleton

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What we’re doing: FaithAction

4 years ago

 by FaithAction

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What we’re doing: SW!TCH

Extra capacity has been utilised in the BD CAN scheme; our mentors can be seen shopping for vulnerable residents in the local supermarkets. Our staff and volunteers are working part of our

4 years ago

 by LifeLine Comms Team

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What we’re doing: Healthwatch Barking and Dagenham

4 years ago

 by Manisha Modhvadia

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What we’re doing: BD CAN

4 years ago

 by Manisha Modhvadia

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A call to outer-London boroughs: wake up to the danger of serious youth violence!

We've all seen the newspaper articles. The shock story about another young person whose life has been brought to an untimely end. At LifeLine, we've had to come to terms with the news that some of the young people on our own programmes have died. It's hard news to hear. And it's equally as hard to talk to a school...

4 years ago

 by Joni Blyth

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