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Our Never Alone Always Heard project (began during the Covid-19 Pandemic) is helping us to keep in touch with older and younger people living in County Durham, enabling their experiences to be shared.

Primary school children, college and university students are writing letters, sending cards and drawing pictures for older people, who may be in residential care or living alone.  Replies are shared via our Intergenerational Programme Co-ordinator.  

It is a valuable and important oral history chronicle of these unprecedented times and we hope to be able to share our work across the County.

It will create a reminder to ourselves and future generations

of the value of community, connections and freedoms 

If you’d like more information, call us on 0191 3746561 or email us at info@ageukcountydurham.org.uk