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Join us for a special festive version of our monthly Let's Talk Peer Event. Share what you know & find out about local solutions! It's relaxed, friendly and social....

What's it about? 

Let's Talk Peer Event provides the opportunity to talk about anything and everything that's to do with Islington - whether it's something you're having difficulties with or something you've discovered that you want to share. 

Taking place: Wednesday 21 December 2022, 10.30am - 1.30pm*

Venue: LIFT Islington, 45 White Lion Street, N1 9PW or via Zoom

Festive finger food & refreshments will be available at LIFT Islington

🎄 Join us for a special festive extended* edition of Let’s Talk Peer Event on 21 December! 🎄 Hear from fuel poverty expert to help keep your energy bills affordable this winter. Enjoy jazz festive songs from the legendary Nick Pritchard, snacks, refreshments & socialising.

Who's it for?

It's for adults over 18 years who are Islington residents / those with an Islington GP or those caring for someone who is an Islington resident.

The group decides what they want to get out of meeting, and will choose topics for ongoing/future monthly discussions. It's a safe, confidential space to discuss what you want to discuss.

There's no commitment to attend ongoing sessions.  Why not give one a try?

There will be lots of opportunity to share your experiences and to ask questions.  Drop in for a short time, or the whole session - it's up to you!  

Why attend?

  • Make local connections 
  • Share expertise & experiences 
  • Discover local sources of support
  • Access advice & local knowledge
  • Find out about support available from Age UK Islington

How to take part?

Booking is essential to take part! 

To attend in person, please click below.

 

To attend online via Zoom, please click below.

 

You'll need to register with Age UK Islington (if you haven't previously been in touch with us) to take part.

We look forward to meeting you!

Let’s Talk Peer Event empowers, enables, the voice of its peers to gain knowledge, friendships and better our lives.” Rose-Marie McDonald

“Let’s Talk Peer Event is an empowering peer support group for everyone in the local community, professionals, volunteers, residents (especially those who don’t have access to the internet or skills). A great information centre and communications and support group. Great place to meet friends old and new.” William Digan

“If you ever needed to find out about Islington local community services and help available to residents and those who are carers then Shamin (the organiser/host of this event) and her volunteers are there to give advice and support, and they can follow up later with one to one support.” David Viey