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Streetlife is a social network for local communities.
It's a free and simple website for neighbours to connect and share news, views, recommendations and resources.
Find people with common interests nearby and talk about the local issues that matter to you. Keep in touch with your local community around the clock, and even while you're on the go.
Exchange local news and events, from lost cats to crime alerts, craft fairs to community clean-ups. Lend skills and belongings, from computing tips to ladders, and offer a helping hand to your neighbours.
Book clubs, trusty plumbers, road closures, foodbank collections, campaigns to save the pub, and the best coffee in town... There's a wealth of practical knowledge in your neighbourhood. Share it on Streetlife, and start making the most of where you live.
Over 800,000 people use Streetlife to talk to their neighbours. Streetlife is active in over 4,000 communities across Britain.
How it works
Sign up using your postcode and email address. We will never share your personal details.
We automatically connect you with the people and conversations in your local area.
You can post messages, events, polls and pictures, and locals can respond.
You control how much information you receive and the areas you're interested in hearing about.
81% of users feel more connected to their community since joining Streetlife
82% of users have discovered a local business, service or event from a Streetlife recommendation
75% of users are better informed about local news, crime and public services since joining Streetlife
Just signed up and already had lots of useful recommendations and information. What a great way to instantly feel part of our neighbourhood!"Jo N, Surrey
It feels great to know that local people have a voice and can use this amazing site to share our ideas, concerns and to make a difference."Nick J, Norfolk
Streetlife is just the thing needed to build people's confidence enough to make the first move and bring neighbours and communities together."Dianne M, London
Streetlife allows you to become a valuable member of the community even if you can’t attend neighbourhood watch, council or police meetings."Andrew W, Essex