Community Connectors is the largest strand of the Ageing Better in Camden, Big Lottery-funded programme running from July 2015 to 2021. It is run by Camden Community Centres' Consortium - C4.
Community Connectors aims to identify all older people who are lonely or at risk of being lonely or social isolated in Camden.
The Area Coordinators (ACs)—will work across each of the five Camden Housing Districts:
Gospel Oak - based in Queen’s Crescent Community Association
Kentish Town - based in Castlehaven Community Association
Hampstead - based in Abbey Community Centre
Camden Town - based in St Pancras Community Association
Holborn - based in King’s Cross Brunswick Neighbourhood Association
(see Contact section of website for individual area co-ordinator contacts)
Camden Community Centres' Consortium - C4, Bedford House, 35 Emerald Street, London, WC1N 3QW
Ageing Better in Camden
Who is it for:
Any older person in Camden experiencing loneliness and social isolation
How to apply:
referrals from agencies and directly from older people and the public about any older person in the borough who is lonely or at risk of being lonely or socially isolated.