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Everyone feels lonely from time to time. But for many of us, particularly those in later life, loneliness can start to define our lives and have a significant impact on our wellbeing. Age UK has brought together advice to help if you or someone you know is lonely.


The Age UK network provides a range of services and support that can help you stay connected, meet new people and make friends. These include:


·        Befriending services,

·        Transport,

·        Social activities,

·        Day centres,

·        Lunch clubs

·        IT training.


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