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Organised through Active Plus, the launch of ‘Connecting Penzance’ was recently held with a meeting that took place at St. John’s Hall, Penzance.
Danny Daniell, on behalf of Active Plus, welcomed representatives from various local organisations, including from the Cornish Pirates who are keen to add their support.
Active Plus, a Community Interest Company established in 2011, is an organisation that is excited to be part of the drive to make Penzance loneliness free. Their wounded, injured and sick military veterans will be working alongside organisations, groups and business in the town to make sure that nobody feels left out and that everyone knows what’s going on!
Through Connecting Penzance, individuals be able to link with like-minded people, join groups with shared interests and contribute to a sense of wellbeing of all involved.
Danny Daniell commented:
Connecting Penzance is a great opportunity to do something different, meet new friends and take full benefit of what Penzance has to offer.
If you’d like to know more, or know someone who would benefit from support or can help us to make Penzance loneliness free, the please contact Active Plus either by email at [email protected] or telephone 01326 567174 or email us at.
Also, for further information, please visit www.activeplus.org.uk
This important Connecting Penzance initiative is funded by UK Government and the National Lottery Community Fund.
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