Sending Love from LGN ❤️

This month we’d like to say a big thankyou to art company, Wraptious, who donated 1,000 free cards to LGN. The lovely art designs were donated so we could spread messages of hope and love across Lev during the outbreak.

We would like to say a HUGE thank you to Noah , a year 9 student at CHS school, who volunteered his time to write good neighbour messages in our new cards! How lucky are we to have such amazing volunteers?!

Ilyan, a year 13 student at Stretford Grammar schooll also volunteered his time to write good neighbour messages , Ilyan thank you for your fantastic contribution! These cards have been delivered to older people around the area, and we hope will bring a smile to someone’s day!

Happy V E Day!

This Friday the Inspire taskforce, in partnership with LGN, helped the older people of Levenshulme celebrate the 75th Anniversary of V E day in style. Special picnic hampers were delivered around the local area to those isolated at home, so they could join in with the celebrations and enjoy a tasty treat! Locals were also… Continue Reading

Welcome Javid, our newest driver.

We would love to welcome Javid, Mr “J” to our team, and thank him for his constant openness and availability to drive, offer emergency DIY, shopping pickup and deliveries around the Levenshulme area during these tough times. Watch this space😃 If you need support or a hand in any of the above, please get in… Continue Reading

Thanks to our new Volunteers from MMU

We’d like to say a big thanks to our two student volunteers from Manchester Metropolitan University today, Laura and Megan. Laura and Megan are psychology students who have been helping around Good Neighbours as part of a placement. As well as assisting around the Inspire Centre, they have been visiting a client, George with us… Continue Reading

LGN visits the People’s History Museum

This month we enjoyed our final two performances with the PHM: ‘Shine A Light’ about life in factory for women during the Victorian era, and ‘Peterloo,’ a play about the 1819 tragedy which we watched at the Museum itself. Both were brilliantly performed and offered us an interesting insight into each era and social history… Continue Reading

Thanks to Community Soup!

Last Tuesday Levenshulme Good Neighbours took part in ‘Community Soup.’ The sessions involve inviting people and groups with creative ideas that make a real difference in their communities to pitch to a community audience in different parts of the city. After enjoying some hot soup (or other delicious food!) and listening to the pitches, the… Continue Reading

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