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The latest news, stories and reflections from Re-engage. Our past newsletters are also available to read.

Our work

Using evidence to develop and deliver activity groups

Re-engage impact and evaluation manager Georgina Everett was invited to speak at a webinar organised by the National Academy for Social Prescribing about how the charity uses evidence to develop and deliver activity groups for older people who are experiencing loneliness and social isolation.  

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Our work

New activity groups for older people in Birmingham

Last month older people and organisations from across Birmingham attended a launch event to hear more about the free activity groups that Re-engage will be setting up in the area, thanks to a £105,000 grant from Warwickshire Freemasons. 

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Guest stories

A life lived

Great grandmother Gladys was born in Islington, north London, during the First World War - the eldest of eleven children. She and her youngest sister, Christine, are the only survivors. On Christmas Day last year, she celebrated her 106th birthday and marked the occasion with a little burst of Abba.

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Volunteering

Tania's story

Ukrainian refugee Tania was recently a special guest at a tea party group in Edinburgh. Separated from her own family in Ukraine, Tania was able to put herself in the shoes of the older guests at the tea party who experience loneliness and isolation every day.

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Guest stories

West Yorkshire activity group guest, Audrey

80-year-old Audrey was referred to the chair yoga activity group in Heptonstall, West Yorkshire, by her daughter Sue.  Audrey had not been very active during Covid and Sue wanted to find a gentle physical activity for her that would also give her the opportunity to make friends and socialise.

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Our work

Meet call companions Patricia and Charles

Patricia, who is 86, was matched with volunteer call companion Charles six months ago.  She has suffered ill health since contracting tuberculosis at fourteen. But that has not prevented her from campaigning all her life.

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Re-engage
7 Bell Yard
London
WC2A 2JR

Freephone:

0800 716543

Office phone:

020 7240 0630