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LONELINESS

Loneliness is a subjective feeling about the gap between a person’s desired levels of social contact and their actual level of social contact. It refers to the perceived quality of the person’s relationships. Loneliness is never desired and lessening these feelings can take a long time.
Loneliness has been an emerging social issue for many years, with organisations including Age UK and the Campaign to End Loneliness raising its profile.
Most recently, the Jo Cox Commission started a national conversation on loneliness and successfully encouraged the Government to accept many of its recommendations with the appointment of a Minister for Loneliness to take forward the work.
We are helping to build, maintain and re-establish meaningful relationships through partnering with projects such as Men's Shed and Places of Welcome.

 
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Imagine Norfolk Together is registered with the charity commission of England and Wales as 'Together Norfolk'

Charity number 1166382

Diocese of Norwich, Diocesan House,

109 Dereham Road,  Easton,  NORWICH  NR9 5ES

Andrew Frere-Smith 07949 964932  

Anna Heydon 07471 357072

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