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feeling isolated or lonely?
Share your feelings



Loneliness can arise from different factors that vary from person to person and it is not always easy to identify what exactly triggers this feeling of isolation. Sometimes, it may stem from certain life events or experiences, such as losing a loved one, moving to a new place, or going through a breakup. Whatever the cause may be, it is essential to acknowledge and address your feelings of isolation and loneliness to prevent them from affecting your emotional well-being.

It is common for many of us to feel isolated and lonely at some point in our lives. However, it can be tough when you feel like the people around you do not understand or care for you. Therefore, it is important to remember that you are not alone and that people are willing to listen and offer support.  

If you are struggling with isolation or loneliness, you do not have to go through it alone. Joining a family community, such as a Community Hub, offers an intentionally safe environment, especially if you do not feel understood or cared for by the people you usually interact with.

Beacon Community Hub is a healthy small community hub where others will have empathy with you, having gone through the same or similar life events or experiences. So, if you think you would benefit from a healthy small community hub - just turn up!


Alternatively, if you are aware of anyone who you think may benefit - just bring them along!


Everyone is welcome regardless of age and gender. Hot drinks, soups, and delicious homemade cakes are provided free of charge in a warm, friendly, and relaxed atmosphere. We hope you will have fun meeting people with similar interests and form new friendships. 

For more information please contact: Tackling Social Isolation and Loneliness

NHS Guidance on social isolation and loneliness includes:

  1. Keeping in touch with people...

  2. Join a group...

  3. Share your feelings...

  4. Connect with others...

Meet every Friday 10:30am - 3:30pm


​Transport may be provided subject to availability - 07546844803

Beacon Community Hub Bacton Norfolk Location and Travel Directions

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