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I am a Fulham Good Neighbour

Does your business come across older people who appear lonely/isolated or maybe in need of support? If so, we would like to invite you to become a Fulham Good Neighbour. The aim of the campaign is to ensure that all local older people in need are supported appropriately. We invite local business to do any or all of the following:

- display I AM A FULHAM GOOD NEIGHBOUR sticker at your front door;

- pass on our contact details to anyone who could benefit from support (e.g. by passing on our leaflet);

- promote your discounted goods/services via our newsletter read every month by over 600 local people;

- have our collection box on your premises; 

Please get in touch if you are interested in supporting us with this initiative, The businesses who have signed up so far include:

Starbucks Fulham Broadway https://www.starbucks.co.uk/

Retro Cafe https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g186338-d11908134-Reviews-Retro_Cafe-London_England.html

GDC Paints http://www.gdcpaints.com/

Herald&Heart https://www.heraldandheart.com/

Marston Properties https://www.marstonproperties.co.uk/

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Martson Properties

Who are they?

 

Marston Properties' history stretches back to 1895 when William James Marston set up business in Fulham to carry out repairs to the recently built Peterborough Estate houses belonging to the gas board as well as the surrounding industrial and municipal buildings. Postcards requesting repairs would be sent and received the same day and men would be dispatched to jobs with materials and ladders loaded into handcarts. This marked the beginning of Martson's strong links with the local area and the company moved to new premises on Wandsworth Bridge Road in 1910.  The very same building is still in Company ownership.

 

How do they help us?

 

Martson Properties have been generously supporting Parsons Green Fair http://parsonsgreenfair.org/organised by our charity since 2017.

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The Hollywood Arms

Who are they?

 

The Hollywood has been a landmark of the Chelsea streets for over 150 years. From the balloonists who launched one of the first flights to Hampshire in 1784 to the famous artists, musicians and socialites of London who held court in the decades that followed; The Hollywood is a truly well-established place to be and be seen.

 

How do they help us?

 

The Hollywood Arms has been hosting the monthly Silver Club (1st Tuesday of every month) since 2013. They very generously subsidize their food and drinks for a group of 25 older people meeting on their premises and offer a two-course meal with soft drinks for a nominal charge of £5.

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Fulham and Chelsea Women's Institute

Who are they?

 

Fulham and Chelsea Women's Institute were the first London WI, established in 2003 by a group of women who felt that community spirit should be given a chance to flourish wherever people live and to offer local women the chance to make friends, learn new (and consolidate old) skills, while benefiting the surrounding community and feeling part of it too. FCWI has since gone from strength to strength – they celebrate their 15th birthday in 2018 – and there are now over 50 London WI’s. The Women’s Institute is now the largest voluntary women’s organisation in the UK with almost 220,000 members in about 6,300 WIs.

 

How do they help us?

 

Fulham and Chelsea WI's members have been baking free cakes for 25 older people attending the Silver Club at the Hollywood Arms ever since it started in 2013. In fact, it was their support that enabled the Silver Club to be set up in the first place. 

 

 

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The White Horse

Who are they?

 

Perched on the edge of picturesque Parson’s Green, The White Horse is an iconic London pub, ahead of the game in providing the perfect setting for a truly memorable drinking and dining experience. Lovingly restored and stylishly combining opulent Victorian period features with sumptuous contemporary touches, The White Horse boasts a delightful front beer garden overlooking Parson’s Green itself - perfect for laid-back afternoons, al-fresco dining or just a glass of something special on a sunny day.

 

How do they help us?

 

The White Horse has been hosting the 2nd monthly Silver Club (3rd Tuesday of every month) since 2017. They very generously subsidize their food and drinks for a group of 25 older people meeting on their premises and offer a two-course meal with soft drinks for a nominal charge of £5.

 

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St Dionis Church

Who are they?

 

St Dionis Church is a local Anglican Church based on Parsons Green.

 

How do they help us?

 

Members of the St Dionis congregation have been baking free cakes for 25 older people attending the Silver Club at The White Horse since autumn 2017.

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