One of the best things about living in a community, rather than a town or busy suburb, is being able to talk with your neighbours. Our neighbours are all around us, down the road as well as next door. Walking around Clunes, it’s nice to say g’day.
Talking Tables is a chance to meet up with someone else have a cuppa and chat. Volunteers from Neighbourhood House have been – and will continue to be – at Clunes cafes throughout March.
When you see someone at a table with an orange Talking Tables sign on it, feel free to sit down, say g’day while you drink your coffee or tea. Cups and conversation are good way to get to know other people in a relaxed and easy way.
Having a conversation doesn’t have to be deep, difficult or demanding. You don’t have to solve the world’s problems. Sometimes just saying “Hi” is enough. There are proven health benefits to connecting with someone else, so don’t be shy.
Drop down to a Clunes café, sit down and say Hi!