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Christmas Events - 27.12.23 - 2pm Meet Moon in the Square, Bournemouth Square, for tea and chat, then walk through Christmas Wonderland.

28.12.23 - 2.30pm Meet in Arcado Lounge, Christchurch, for tea and chat, then walk around sparkly Christchurch and The Priory.

2.1.24  2pm Snowtrax - Matchams Lane, Christchurch Airport. Chat and a beer/coffee sitting in the log cabin, surrounded by pine trees and ski slopes.

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Loneliness brings us together, not apart.

Barchester's Kings Park - Ferndown. TCCC Launch 22.11.23

Do you ever find yourself saying 'I'm so  lonely.'
Lovely friendly, safe chat clubs are held in local cafes and care facilities for everyone to belong again, whilst making new friends.
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Join us in a Chitter Chatter Club or on one of our many  nature days out.

'Together, we will heal loneliness.'

Together we will heal loneliness

We want to give you a boost with our newsletter, hoping that you'll take a chance and step out of the house. How about joining us for a cuppa? It's a great way to escape loneliness for a bit and have some company, maybe even make a few new friends.

Now we want to be there for you on your journey out of loneliness.

Every day we see people connecting over the craziest of things.

Chitter Chatter clubs and friends will be going nationwide , so feel free to travel to other Chitter Chatter Clubs in other towns.

We're hosting in six cozy cafes in Bournemouth, Christchurch, Poole, Ferndown, Wimborne, Weymouth, , as well as two elegant care homes in Church Road, Ferndown and West Parley.

Our voluntary mission’s aim is to eliminate loneliness, so let's make friends and memories together!

No more isolation, we have each other.

From Essex to Ireland, from North to South,  from Japan to Bournemouth, everyone is welcome.  Age, sex, gender, religion, ability doesn't define us -----Humanity does.    People NEED People. Alone we are the stray bird of the flock.

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