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Tackling loneliness across Brighton and Hove this winter.

While some older people find their social lives busier than ever in retirement, others find themselves feeling lonely. Bereavement can mean people live alone in later life, and ill health can make getting out and about more difficult. We estimate there are over 3,500 lonely older people in our City and we want them to know that Age UK Brighton & Hove is here to help.

In December we gave out 500 bags of support – cotton tote bags filled with information and goodies – to local older people.
If you weren't able to get your hands on a physical bag we've created a digital bag of support below:

Be our guest at one of our centres or clubs in Brighton & Hove. To find out more call us on 01903 731800.

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Find out what services and activities we offer at our centres and clubs around Brighton & Hove.

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Tea and a chat always makes you feel better. See the range of home visiting services we offer in Brighton & Hove.

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Anyone aged 50+ can call our Information & Advice team who will be able to offer personalised advice on tackling loneliness – everything from social groups, to home visits, depending on your circumstances.

If you aren’t lonely, perhaps you could pass these details on to a friend or neighbour, or invite them round for a drink and a chat. We know many older people go a whole week without speaking to anyone and we’re desperate for that to change.

No one should have no one this winter. Please turn to us at Age UK Brighton & Hove if you feel lonely – we’re here for you.

Support is just a phone call away – our number is 0800 019 1310.