United in Kind Epping Forest – New Coach

Posted on: February 21, 2020

The United in Kind coach for Epping Forest, Ayesha Lawrence, is now on maternity leave. Her district will be covered by Nick Robinson ([email protected]). Best wishes to both Ayesha and Nick.


United in Kind is a social movement aiming to combat loneliness by spreading kindness and helping people to connect with their local community.

Each district has its own United in Kind Coach who is working to raise awareness of loneliness and isolation; recruiting Community Champions, developing ‘acts of kindness’ and providing communities with workshops and support to deliver their own activities.

Areas covered are all those in the Epping Forest district, including: Broadley Common, Buckhurst Hill, Chigwell, Chipping Ongar, Epping, Fyfield, Grange Hill, Greensted, Hastingwood, High Ongar, Lambourne, Loughton, Marden Ash, Matching, Moreton, Nazeing, North Weald Bassett, Passingford, the Rodings, Roydon, Sheering, Shelley, Theydon Bois, Thornwood Common, Waltham Abbey, Willingale & the surrounding villages.

 

Author: Steering Member
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