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Mutual Aid Group

Let's Get Chatty

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Joined in November 2020

About Us

Hello, my name is Shila Jassal and I am the Co-ordinator of the Let’s Get Chatty (LGC) Service, which is an initiative which arose from Mutual Aid Roads Reps (MARR).
The LGC Service was launched by MARR on 30 May 2020 and is available to help residents in Medway during the coronavirus pandemic, who are in need of a simple conversation, and a sympathetic ear. We are a group of volunteers who are available to speak with anyone who's been cut off from their support structures at this time - be that community, friends or family.
With over 7,000 shielded residents in Medway, we aim to bridge the gap of isolation with this simple act of kindness.As lockdown has now started to ease, we have started to extend our services to include coffee mornings to bring more people together socially who are feeling lonely and isolated, and to enable the opportunity for those who might need it, to have a place where they can come together face to face in solidarity and friendship.
If you would like to attend one of our monthly coffee mornings, to chat to someone over the phone, or to volunteer your time to help with the Let’s Get Chatty Service, please get in touch. We would be delighted to hear from you. To get in touch, please call us on 01634 907045, or e-mail us on referral@mutualaidmedway.org.uk
Hello, my name is Shila Jassal and I am the Co-ordinator of the Let’s Get Chatty (LGC) Service, which is an initiative which arose from Mutual Aid Roads Reps (MARR).
The LGC Service was launched by MARR on 30 May 2020 and is available to help residents…

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The Medway Towns, Kent, United Kingdom

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