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Neighbours Encouraged To Look Out for Each Other In Craven

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NEIGHBOURS in Skipton are being encouraged to look out for each other in a joint initiative to combat loneliness.

Yorkshire Housing staff at the hub on Newmarket Street have joined forces with Craven District Council to promote the Looking Out for Our Neighbours project - a campaign aimed at encouraging people to do more to be good neighbours where they live.

The scheme, which covers Craven, as well as Harrogate and West Yorkshire, is being run by the West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership.

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NEIGHBOURS in Skipton are being encouraged to look out for each other in a joint initiative to combat loneliness.


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