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Digital Subscriptions > Campbeltown Courier > 23rd December 2016 > Trying to prevent loneliness this Christmas

Trying to prevent loneliness this Christmas

STAFF and clients of Campbeltown’s Link Club met to decide on action to reduce the risks of loneliness at Christmas.

At the meeting last week, they signed up to NHS Highland’s Reach Out – make a difference to someone who’s lonely campaign.

This campaign, which launched in May, encourages people to talk more about loneliness to reduce the stigma and let people who feel lonely know this is a common problem that in many cases is solvable with community support and company.

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