Campaign to end loneliness


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Monthly Archives: December 2011


We won’t be lonely this Christmas…

Pam Ward,  assistant manager at the Pudsey Live at Home Scheme, writes about how she became involved in projects that tackle loneliness over Christmas. After ten years of trying for a baby, we were blessed with a son.  He was (as all children are) spoilt. One Christmas, when James was 4 years old, I saw…
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Sharing Loneliness

According to the National Centre for Social Research report, released today, we now live in a society with an “emerging sense of self-reliance” and a growing “emphasis on individualism”. Some will view this as a blessing but, by placing a greater value on individualism, we risk creating communities that further isolate, rather than assist, their…
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Listening to You: Report Launch

Sally Cupitt, senior consultant with Charity Evaluation Services (CES), gives us her thoughts on the research and writing of ‘Listening to You: the baseline report from the Campaign to End Loneliness’. I’m so chuffed that Listening to You is getting published: getting our work out there is important to evaluators and researchers. It seems ages…
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