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Check out Hotcoursesa fantastic platform to find nearby courses in just about anything. Citysocializer is another online platform for social events, functioning a bit like a mix between Meetup and Time Out. In a similar vein, thinking bob is another platform facilitating new connections through fun and quirky social events.
As luck would have, London was voted European Volunteering Capital in !
Check out The Sock Moba friendly group of volunteers working with homeless people in the city. On a mission to cut through misconceptions, prejudice and stereotypes, mobbers take the time getting to know the people on the streets, forging meaningful links rather than just handing out food and supplies — a mob to see a different side of London, and connect with other mobbers over a pint at the end of the night.
You can also check out Hands On Londona popular charity facilitating community based volunteering. Dine with fellow foodies and bond over something delicious.
For something a little bit different — but nonetheless awesome — check out Learn to Uke for their 4 week ukulele course. And if you're down to try new things, why not think about co-living and bringing human connection into your everyday. The Collective is re-imagining renting with co-living buildings, comprised of self-contained studio apartments and one of a kind shared spaces. Members have the chance to meet new people through weekly events — from yoga, crafts and meditation classes, to film nights, coding classes and live music.
And the best bit? All this is included in one easy bill. This is pretty grim information on its own, before you factor in other research that has directly linked loneliness and social isolation to mortality.
Not good! Photo by Annie Spratt 6. Meet via music For something a little bit different — but nonetheless awesome — check out Learn to Uke for their 4 week ukulele course. What could be more bonding than a brightly coloured baby guitar?
Consider co-living And if you're down to try new things, why not think about co-living and bringing human connection into your everyday.Lonely woman New London city
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