Neighbourhood Connections is a community project that aims to help people live happy, healthy and independent lives in Horsley.
  • Do you need help navigating the maze of social services?
  • Are you feeling isolated or lonely?
  • Would you like to know more about local activities?
  • Do you have concerns about someone you know or care for?

Come and talk to a Neighbourhood Connections volunteer at Horsley Medical Practice 2-4pm Wednesday and Friday To book an appointment please speak to a receptionist or call: 01483 284151

  • You may have had a change in your health or mobility which is affecting you and would like to know more about what services can help you to manage and adapt.

  • You may be a mum who has moved into the area, looking to develop your own social network or find additional activities for your family.

  • You may be a carer for your partner or a family member and would like some extra support in your caring role.

  • You may be recently retired and looking to begin a new hobby.

Whatever your situation, Neighbourhood Connections’ trained volunteers can provide a listening ear, information and advice about local support and activities, such as local transport, groups, household help, statutory services and more.

The volunteers may also be able to offer short-term support to help you access services in the community, such as accompanying you to a new activity, or contacting professionals on your behalf.

Please note that although based at the medical practice, Neighbourhood Connections is not a medical service; it’s a way to address social and practical needs and to help make connections between you and support services that may be relevant to you.
Please see www.cofeguildford.org.uk/neighbourhoodconnections for more information about the project.
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