The Good Neighbour Scheme for Mill Hill and Burnt Oak is a registered charity, no. 1130578, and we are proud to be able to say that we have served our community for over 30 years.
OUR NEW COFFEE CLUB IS NEARLY HERE!
Our Coffee Club begins on the 3rd March at Mill East Church and is a chance for our members, and prospective new members, to enjoy a convivial afternoon of games and fun. Refreshments can be puchased from the church cafe.
FILM AFTERNOON - 22 MARCH
Our March film is a biographical drama about the campaign against the slave trade in the British Empire led by William Wilberforce. It stars loan Gruffudd, Benedict Cumberbatch and Albert Finney.
As usual the showing will be at Trinity Church, 100 The Broadway, Mill Hill, NW7 3TB. Doors open at 2pm, the film starting at 2.15pm.
Light refreshments will be served during the afternoon. No admission will be charged but donations would be welcomed.
LUNCH CLUB CHRISTMAS PARTY
We had a wonderful turnout in Mill Hill for the first of our lunch club Christmas parties. A traditional three course meal, with all the trimmings, was enjoyed by our members, and Cheryl.
A range of Christmas music was supplied by the talented Peter Warden, a GNS volunteer and also a member of the St Paul's church choir.
Many thanks Cheryl, Claire and all the volunteers who helped out making the day a great success. Click here to view some photographs taken on the day.
A GIFT FROM THE TSB IN BURNT OAK
The Burnt Oak branch of TSB identified the GNS as a worthy charity for its work in Burnt Oak and made us a gift of £125.
Our co-ordinator, Cheryl Trott, was on hand to receive the the cheque from Karina Ivanovic who is the Personal Banker at the branch
The money will go to good use in helping to fund the pantomime outing in December.
SUPPORTING OLDER PEOPLE IN MILL HILL AND BURNT OAK
The Good Neighbour Scheme for Mill Hill and Burnt Oak enables volunteers to provide neighbourly support to elderly and disabled people living in Mill Hill and Burnt Oak in the Borough of Barnet.
Our services address the issues of fragility, loneliness, the moving away of children from the area and bereavement.
The next clinics are on: 2 December and the 23 December. Call the Good Neighbour Scheme office for a referral and advice on how to make an appointment. The cost per session is £20, well below the commercial rate. Click here for the dates of all the clinics for 2016.
We have listed all our contact numbers, which includes a 24 hour answerphone, on the site (on the Contact Us page) as well as a contact form (on the Contact Form page) if you prefer to send a message to the Good Neighbour Scheme's email.
The outcomes of our services include the growth of considerable social capital , through the good relationships formed among our clients and also between them and volunteers and staff.
Most of our volunteers are retired themselves and volunteering for the Scheme gives them a sense of purpose and well being. Click here for more information if you are interested in becoming a volunteer.
We currently have nearly 200 clients who use our services and at least 50% are over the age of 80. Do call us if you feel we can be of help to you or one of your family or a friend.