Ways to make your neighborhood a community

Looking for some Ways to make your neighborhood a community? Check this post and find some great ways to make your neighborhood a great place. Also, have a look at some of our previous posts, such as helping the foreign neighbors to settle down and ideas to regenerate your neighborhood. Continue reading “Ways to make your neighborhood a community”

Helping the foreign neighbours to settle down

Do you intend to be helping the Foreign Neighbours to Settle Down? Well, that is a very humane attitude to have, especially in these times of racism and xenophobia against people from the Middle East and other regions. Before continue reading this post, I suggest you have a look at some of our previous posts. They can help you too. So, try these ones: ideas to regenerate your neighbourhood and organising a bake sale for charityContinue reading “Helping the foreign neighbours to settle down”

Ideas to Regenerate your Neighbourhood

In this article, we explore some Ideas to regenerate your Neighbourhood that we hope will inspire you to get busy and make a change in your hometown. You might also like to read our previous posts, such as organising a bake sale for charity and some funny contest for your neighbourhood party. Continue reading “Ideas to Regenerate your Neighbourhood”

Some funny contest for your neighbourhood party

Looking for Some funny contest for your neighbourhood party? If you are thinking about organising a neighbourhood party, we have some great ideas for you! You can also get some other ideas in our previous posts, such as decorating a community party and organising a party in your community centre. Now, let’s have some fun with funny contests.  Continue reading “Some funny contest for your neighbourhood party”

Neighbour patrols and security

Neighbour patrols and security can make all the difference in your day to day life. The truth is that we feel increasingly insecure, but with the union of the neighbourhood, we can fight this feeling. See how in this post. Also see our previous posts, such as maintenance of communal areas and creating a neighbours watch groupContinue reading “Neighbour patrols and security”

Organising a party in your community centre

Organising a party in your community centre can be a great way to get closer to your neighbours, and it is the perfect reason to know them all. So, take a look at this post and find how to organise a great party in your community centre. You might also like to read our posts about creating a neighbours watch group and keeping your neighbourhood clean. I suggest you to have a look at these great party venues Continue reading “Organising a party in your community centre”

Creating a neighbours watch group

Creating a neighbours watch group can be a great way to prevent crimes, and it aims to cultivate mutual assistance among residents. It helps to develop a community spirit akin to caring society, which is great to get a good relationship between neighbours. Find how to create a neighbours watch group here. Also, read our posts about keeping your neighbourhood clean and meet your neighbour to better your relationship even more!  Continue reading “Creating a neighbours watch group”

Getting along with the new neighbours

Getting along with the new neighbours can be a great experience! New people, new cultures, new horizons opening! It’s always nice to meet new people, and when they are our neighbours, even better, because they accompany us every day. Once you met your neighbours, now it’s time to give a welcome to the new ones! Let’s see how you can give a good impression! Continue reading “Getting along with the new neighbours”

Meet your neighbour

Nowadays it is hard to Meet your neighbour because all of you are too busy. This scenario is becoming more and more common because of lack of time and when you get home you only open and close your garage door without having eye-contact with your neighbours. But it can be different! See how you can make your neighbourhood into a real community!  Continue reading “Meet your neighbour”