Good Neighbours Campaign Do you know someone who goes the extra mile to help their fellow man?
Maybe you think your neighbour deserves to be recognised in the Daily Echo Good Neighbour Campaign.
If so we want to hear your stories. Contact Simon Carr at simon.carr@dailyecho.co.uk or call him on 023 8042 4495.


Be a good neighbour

Daily Echo: Be a good neighbour

5:50am Thursday 5th February 2009

COULD you help your neighbours and make a difference to elderly and vulnerable people living in your area?

Pat’s just fantastic good neighbour

Daily Echo: BEST FRIENDS: Doug Rickard has nominated neighbour Pat Smith.

7:20am Wednesday 4th February 2009

MANY would say the stresses of modern life mean they don’t have time to look in on an elderly neighbour.

Helping at least one person a day is Raymond’s motto

Daily Echo: Good Neighbour: Raymond Reed, right, pictured at the home of George Constable and his wife

11:43am Tuesday 20th January 2009

THROUGHOUT his life he has always tried to “do a nice thing for someone every day”.

OAPs’ lunch for an amazing 10p

Daily Echo: BARGAIN LUNCH: Lynne Ryan of the Woodman Pub serves up Soup of the Day with a bread roll all for 10p. Echo picture Order no: 79

1:44pm Monday 19th January 2009

This is the deal one pub is offering to make sure pensioners get at least one piping hot meal a day and a bit of companionship.

Posties deliver boost to Echo Good Neighbours campaign

Daily Echo: RELY ON US: Posties Kerry Fuller, Keith Cole, Alex Vale, depot manager Paul Farthing and Tom Adamson.

2:05pm Saturday 17th January 2009

MORE than 2,000 posties are queuing up to deliver the Daily Echo Good Neighbour Campaign.

We all need to be good neighbours

Daily Echo: Neighbourhood wardens, from left, Jackie Fleming, Gill Marsh, Cliff Ebrey, Russell Standing and Steve May. Echo picture by Stuart Martin.

2:22pm Saturday 17th January 2009

Tragic pensioner’s plight highlights lost community spirit

Warm welcome home for Cyril and Maddie after supreme act of kindness

Daily Echo:

5:30am Monday 4th February 2008

TEARS flowed as pensioner Cyril Hicks tried to come to terms with the supreme act of kindness which has given him and his severely disabled wife Maddie a warm home for the first time in months.

Top tips for keeping warm this winter

11:54am Tuesday 29th January 2008

As part of the Daily Echo's drive to keep people as warm as possible this winter - without burning a hole in your pocket - we have compiled a list of our top tips to help you keep the chill at bay.

Goodwill keeps pensioners warm

Daily Echo:

12:00pm Monday 28th January 2008

A heart-warming display of goodwill has transformed the lives of an elderly couple.

June Whitfield backs our Winter Warmers campaign

Daily Echo:

5:30am Wednesday 23rd January 2008

ACCLAIMED actress June Whitfield has joined the Daily Echo's campaign to make sure the county's most vulnerable residents are looked after properly this winter.

Praise for Echo’s crucial Winter Warmer message

Daily Echo:

11:18am Thursday 3rd January 2008

As Siberian winds head our way there’s a warning for elderly

MP backs drive to keep vulnerable warm in winter

2:33pm Saturday 15th December 2007

A HAMPSHIRE MP has thrown his weight behind the Daily Echo's Winter Warmers campaign to make sure the most vulnerable residents are properly looked after during the winter.

Winter warmth grants should be applied for

5:30am Friday 5th October 2007

SOUTHAMPTON residents hit by the winter chill could be entitled to grants of up to £2,700 to help pay for winter heating.

Warning over electric blankets this winter

5:30am Wednesday 6th September 2006

AFTER weeks of basking in the glorious summer sunshine the time has come once again to think towards the winter.



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