Contact Good Neighbours

Here are the details you need if you want to talk to one of the GNN Groups or to the Hub team

Contact a GNN Group

If you are looking to volunteer and become a Good Neighbour, we are delighted you have found us.

To find a group local to you and see what they do please click on this link Network group to access the map or to download the attached list and contact them directly, they will be able to guide you through the next steps.

Contact the GNN Hub

023 9289 9671

07827 925327

GNN, First Floor, Peninsular House, Wharf Road, Portsmouth, PO2 8HB

Meet the GNN Hub team

Rev Canon Nick Ralph
Director

Good Neighbours Network is a collection of over 120 local groups run by local people for local people all offering a helping hand to others in their community. The groups provide both practical help, with tasks and emotional help though befriending schemes and an expanding range of social activities, from film club to bike club. Each group is unique and operates autonomously. Many offer much needed transport to medical appointments or a hand with the shopping. We also have two Dementia cafes in the Network.

All of the groups aim to reach out to isolated people and deliver what is needed in their community.

[email protected]

Karen Jordan
Network Adviser

We aim to support all the independent voluntary groups in the network by relieving them as much as possible, of the bureaucracy associated with running a group; alongside offering professional and ‘hands on’ guidance. For example, safeguarding training, befriending workshops, and drop-in Resource Cafés which are open to all and offer somewhere local and friendly to access updates, on-line learning and advice. Being part of our Network indicates that groups are following good governance practices.

We also offer advice on marketing, have some tools on offer to complement this and communicate with all Good Neighbours via this website.

[email protected]

Gambol Parker

We have been going for over 40 years and now have 120+ locally run groups in Hampshire. The groups are independent, but membership of the Network ensures that groups are well-run, dependable and safe. If you live in Hampshire there will usually be a scheme local to you. If not, perhaps you would like to start one? We can help you!

If you are outside of Hampshire but interested in how Good Neighbours can reach your area do get in touch.

Andrew Gadsden
Network Adviser (Digital)

We aim to support all the independent voluntary groups in the network by relieving them as much as possible, of the bureaucracy associated with running a group; alongside offering professional and ‘hands on’ guidance. For example, safeguarding training, befriending workshops, and drop-in Resource Cafés which are open to all and offer somewhere local and friendly to access updates, on-line learning and advice. Being part of our Network indicates that groups are following good governance practices.

We also offer advice on marketing, have some tools on offer to complement this and communicate with all Good Neighbours via this website.

[email protected]neighbours.org.uk