Get help How we help Good Neighbours Schemes We run three Good Neighbours Schemes in Islington Our Bemerton Good Neighbours Scheme is for the residents of Bemerton Estate, Delhi Outram, Naish Court/ Wellington Square, York Way Court, Tiber Gardens, Julius Nyerere Close, Cowdenbeath Path, Stanmore Street and Lion Court. It is funded by Islington Giving and Islington Council. Our Kings Cross Good Neighbours Scheme is for the residents of Peabody's Kings Cross estates and surrounding areas. It is funded by Islington Giving and Peabody Housing. Our New River Green Good Neighbours Scheme is for the residents of Northampton Street, Canonbury Street, Canonbury Crescent, Walter Sickert, Marquess, Channel Island and New River Green Estates. It is funded by Islington Giving and the Islington Clinical Commissioning Group. Our Good Neighbours Schemes Coordinators are keeping in contact with residents in their areas and supporting them during the current pandemic. We have resumed some face-to-face activities and also offer goup activities by phone and online. Please contact them for help and support. And click here to find out about alternative activities that our Good Neighbours Team and partners are providing. Joanne Williams, Bemerton Good Neighbours Scheme Tel: 020 3931 6077 Email: [email protected] Val Henney, Kings Cross Good Neighbours Scheme Tel: 020 3931 6072 Email: [email protected] Nicky Ludgate, New River Green Good Neighbours Scheme Tel: 020 7354 0319 Email: [email protected] Here for you and your community Our Good Neighbours Schemes offer residents opportunities to attend activities and events. learn or teach a skill in one of the groups. help out in any way that you would like to or just socialise and make new friends. be part of the reference group that oversees the running of the Good Neighbours Scheme. By being part of your local Good Neighbours Scheme helps improves local communities by tackling isolation expanding your own social circle and that of other residents helping to build sustainable networks of mutual support increasing the sense of neighbourliness improving the health and wellbeing of local residents providing positive activities for children and young people. To be successful our Good Neighbours Schemes need local residents to get involved. They are built on an ethos of co-production and harness the strengths, ideas and passions that exist within your community. Working with us will improve your life and the lives of those around you.