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          Newcastle United combats loneliness with fan phone calls

          Newcastle United legend 鲍勃Moncur的 and an army of club staff are taking time to telephone elderly and vulnerable supporters who face an extended period of self isolation during the coronavirus outbreak.

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          Millions of people in the UK currently face spending an extended period isolated at home in line with government and World Health Organisation advice aimed at tackling the spread of 新冠肺炎.

          The phone calls are an extension of the club's existing Memory Café, which usually meets monthly at St. James' Park so that those who feel lonely or isolated can meet and reminisce over a cup of tea or coffee.

          While many older people have a support network of family and friends, some do not and it is hoped the phone calls will help to keep morale up while the football season is suspended.


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          "I am immensely proud of how our staff have responded and we will continue to look at how we can expand the scheme to reach as many of our older supporters as possible."

          "The Memory Café has enabled us all to reminisce over our stories and I'm pleased it will continue over the phone. Anything we can do to help is important.

          ☕️🎄 Every month, #nufc host a 网吧内存 at St. James' Park which is designed to support people with Alzheimer's and dementia.

          It also provides a space for people who are feeling isolated and lonely to socialise and engage with others with over 100 regular attendees. pic.推特.com/gLMVAUynei

          — Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) December 20, 2019

          As well as receiving phone calls, Memory Café participants have also received special Memory Bundle packs from the club.

          Phone calls are currently being prioritised to season ticket holders aged over 70, as well as some younger Memory Café participants who have given the club previous permission to contact them.

          Supporters who receive a phone call from the club are advised that callers will not ask for personal information such as your home address, date of birth or bank details.

          "I am immensely proud of how our staff have responded and we will continue to look at how we can expand the scheme to reach as many of our older supporters as possible."

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