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How to celebrate Neighbour Day

Neighbour Day is the perfect day to get to know the people next door, across the street or on the next farm and feel part of your community. Register your event to access the free Neighbour Day kit to celebrate your neighbourhood.

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How to Social

The social media tools for Neighbour Day include the Neighbour Day website, Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram. Neighbour Day has significant numbers of followers on each of these channels, with support growing daily.  Social media is an easy way to promote neighbourly messages and to involve your community in Neighbour Day.

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How to for councils

Ideas for Councils to support Neighbour Day include:

  • Print Neighbour Day posters and display them in council buildings; libraries; community halls; child and family health, youth and senior citizens’ centres and other council premises in your local area.
  • Talk about Neighbour Day in council publications, e-newsletters, local newspapers, the Mayor’s column and social media. You can also highlight your Neighbour Day activities at community meetings, networks or groups focused on developing stronger communities and connected neighbourhoods. Access the social media guide for councils here

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How to social for councils

The social media tools for Neighbour Day include the Neighbour Day website, Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram. Neighbour Day has significant numbers of followers on each of these channels, with support growing daily.  Social media is an easy way to promote neighbourly messages and to involve your communities in Neighbour Day.

Neighbour Day provides a great opportunity for Councils to talk about good news on their social
media accounts and share important community development messages in a relaxed format

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Media release template for councils & community groups

Download a Neighbour Day media release template.

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