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  • BuddyHub pairs up British Seniors
  • BuddyHub pairs up British Seniors
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BuddyHub pairs up British Seniors

While society may be more connected than ever, loneliness among Seniors is still a huge issue. Enter BuddyHub – a social networking platform tackling isolation by pairing London’s older residents with nearby buddies, who help keep each other company by creating micro-communities.

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