RECENT TIMES have shown us that even when life is ‘pants’, we can get through tough times by being a camerado and looking out for each other. In September, Camerados from Aylesham and Dover came together at the Bechange Community Hub to chat, hang out and have fun.
Angela Doggett, the Manager at Bechange said: “There were people at the event from all generations, including people who have always lived in Aylesham and some who are new to the village.
“We’re really looking forward to more people getting involved and finding out about Camerados and the public living room we have at Bechange. It is the perfect place for people to reconnect after what has been an isolating and difficult time for many.”
One happy participant in the day said “I moved here 3 years ago, I haven’t been to Bechange since before the pandemic, but I saw it on Facebook and wanted to come.”
Anyone can be a Camerado, it’s a movement guided by things we can all do in daily life to help each other get through tough times better.
Speaking about “what next” Angela from Bechange added “This is a great opportunity to relaunch our public living room, which is every Wednesday afternoon 2pm to 4pm. Everyone’s welcome, just turn up. It’s a space for people to be alongside each other, have a chat, a cuppa and connect with other people in the community.”
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