Laura AlcockFerguson


Laura Alcock-Ferguson has spearheaded the Campaign to End Loneliness in the UK since 2010. She has overseen its growth and development which has put the issue of loneliness in the UK and worldwide spotlight through the growth of a powerful network, with over 1,000 organisations tackling loneliness with the Campaign, influencing policy and practice. Now, following a £2.7m Big Lottery Award, the Campaign is taking the issue of loneliness to the next level with an exciting new initiative to inspire public action, the next phase of which is launching in May 2018.

Measure this! Making the most of your evaluation.

Measure this! Making the most of your evaluation.

Mary loved art, but at 82 she hadn’t picked up a paintbrush for decades. Then she was invited to a painting session with artists in her care home. A few months later, she sifted through dozens of paintings that she had made – beautiful, dramatic pieces. Painting had invigorated her; it made her reconnect with her passion and with herself. Art gave Mary a new lease of life.

Laura AlcockFergusonMeasure this! Making the most of your evaluation.
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