Neighbourliness is for everyone - whether you’ve got 5 minutes or 5 days to commit, whether you’re interested in food, street parties, bird-watching, sharing tools, street makeovers or something completely new! Check out some of our suggestions here - explore our themes by clicking the categories below to filter results!First Steps Next Steps Thinking Big
The five ways to wellbeing outline five actions that individuals can use in day to day life to enhance the wellbeing of individuals, families, communities and organisations.
Why own lots of tools and resources if you can share them with your neighbours? Sharing resources is part of a new wave of collaborative consumption, a way to rethink about the how we consume resources and build a sharing economy.
Community projects help neighbours to think big and have an input into their local neighbourhoods. They feel more connected, a greater sense of pride and connect with neighbours for a common purpose - getting a project off the ground!
Street, estuary or coastal clean ups and working bees in your local neighbourhood are a great way to gather neighbours for a common purpose.