‘Happy to Chat’ Conversation Club in the City of London

Labour Common Councilmen Jason Pritchard and Munsur Ali have announced a new conversation club called ‘Happy to Chat’ in Portsoken, City of London. This new club aims to bring people together, young and old, and to create dialogue and understanding between people. The Conversation club has been inspired by the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness which aims to tackle the silent epidemic of loneliness. Watch this film to find out more. / A Brit Rocks Films

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First ‘Happy to Chat’ Conversation Club is a big success!

Yesterday afternoon we had our first ‘Happy to chat’ conversation club in Portsoken. The afternoon was a real success and everyone seemed to enjoy it. This new club aims to bring people together, young and old, and to create dialogue and understanding between people from different backgrounds. The conversation club was inspired by the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness which aims to tackle the silent epidemic of loneliness. Big thanks to James Lattimer and IH London students for their help in making the first session a big success! Watch this space for future dates!

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‘Happy to Chat’ Conversation Club announced in Portsoken

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Labour Common Councilmen Jason Pritchard and Munsur Ali have announced a new conversation club called ‘Happy to Chat’ which will start at 4pm on Wednesday 3rd May at the Artizan Street Library.  This new club aims to bring people together, young and old, and to create dialogue and understanding between people. The Conversation club has been inspired by the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness which aims to tackle the silent epidemic of loneliness.  Continue reading “‘Happy to Chat’ Conversation Club announced in Portsoken”