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Registered CIO 1192433 (previously charity  1130578)

Latest News

  • Christmas Lunch was a great success and was attended by nearly 40 clients. Our raffle raised £1159 that will go to purchasing 2 defibrillators for our lunch clubs hosts The Sacred Heart and The Annunciation churches.
  • Both our lunch club venues are open at last. The church halls of the Sacred Heart, on Tuesdays, and the Annunciation church, on Thursdays, are hosting our lunches. It's been a long time coming!
  • Our new minibus has arrived! Liz and Loraine were there to mee it Without the grant by the Clothworkers Foundation and a substantial grant by an anonymous benefactor a new minibus would still be a pipedream. A big thankyou to both!!!
  • Our lunch clubs are back and, thankfully, are the group of volunteers without whom we couldn't run them.
  • Our New Chiropodist. Welcome to Smantha who has taken over our chiropody clinics from Craig. Samntha was a podiatrist for 12 years working full time in the NHS before starting a family.
  • We are very pleased to announce Liz Sykes is our new manager. Liz has been the lunch club manager for a number of years and so has a very good knowledge of the charity.
  • Several local charities supporting older and vulnerable people have come together to spread a sense of connection and care across the Borough of Barnet. Click on this text for more details of this community initiative.
  • MORE SMILES! Last week, as part of 'Bringing Smiles to Your Door' project, we delivered more flowers to our clients . All the flowers were donated by of Ursula Stone who runs the Flower Bank in East Barnet.
  • Mass vaccinations at the Watling Medical Centre assisted by Good Neighbour volunteers on marshalling duties. Our volunteers' work has been greatly appreciated by the centre and one doctor confided: ‘We couldn't have done this without you’. Praise indeed!

Barnet Civic Award

Great news! We have won the award for our work in the community but as Derrick, our Head of Trustees, said the recognition of our work in Mill Hill and Burnt Oak was far more important than winning the award.

Our charity relies on donations and grants. Click on the button below if you would like to make an online donation. 

Without volunteers, we would not be able to offer the variety of services which we provide at present. If you can spare a few hours a month, it would make a real difference to someone’s quality of life. Find our more.

Our 3 lunch clubs covering MIll Hill and Burnt Oak  offer 2 course meals with tea or coffee at a very reasonable price.  An opportunity to socialize and meet new people. Find out more …

Lily talks about the GNS

Lily, 96 years young, who before the lockdown was out every day, did not leave her home for 11 weeks. She is very grateful for the support of The Good Neighbour Scheme.

Where people are lonely or housebound, we may be able to arrange a regular weekly or fortnightly visit from one of our volunteers. Find out more

Social Events and Outings

Join us on one of our special events that can include our regular bingo afternoons and trips to garden centres and places of interest.

Where the use of public transport is difficult for clients we can provide transportation by minibus to some of our events, such as the lunch clubs. Volunteer drivers also are available to give lifts in their own vehicles to hospitals and GP surgeries.                 Find out more

Good foot health is something that many of us take for granted. However, if our feet develop problems they can affect many aspects of our lives. Poor foot health can lead to reduced mobility, which in turn can produce serious physical, mental and social consequences. This is particularly true for older people.

Our service  is designed to keep older people mobile by doing regular nail cutting, treating corns and removing hard skin. Find out more