'How is my neighbour? Making livable communities', Sutton.

Livability

We recognise that there is a need to act creatively to increase the ‘livability’ of our neighbourhoods.

How is my neighbour? Making livable communities

Thursday 29th November 2012

9:45am-4pm (we will start promptly at 10am)

Sutton Salvation Army, Benhill Avenue, Sutton, SM1 4DD

£25 per person (early bird discount), including lunch (£30 after the 25th November)

Across our communities trust is eroding, stress is increasing and inequality is on the up. Across the UK more people are reporting a reduction in their economic, health, social and spiritual wellbeing. These changes are made even worse as global corporations tell us that happiness means consuming more and sharing less. None of this is good for us. In fact, our children are the unhappiest in Europe.

Livability, is a Christian charity that creates opportunities for disabled people and brings life to communities. More than ever we recognise that there is a need to act creatively to increase the ‘livability’ of our neighbourhoods. We believe that all kinds of people and organisations contribute to the livability of any community but also that Christian organisations and churches have a unique motivation and credibility to contribute towards building whole, safe, inclusive and flourishing communities.

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venue: 
Sutton Salvation Army, Benhill Avenue, Sutton, SM1 4DD