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Press Eye - Nextdoor UK launch picnic - Ormeau park - Belfast - 21st September 2016
Photograph by Declan Roughan
Children taking part in the sack race.
PICNIC AT ORMEAU PARK TO CELEBRATE NEXTDOOR MOVING INTO
NEIGHBOURHOODS ACROSS BELFAST
Nextdoor launches in the UK this week, and to celebrate, Nextdoor members are hosting a series of picnics across the country, including one in Ormeau Park, which was held in Belfast on Saturday 17th September. Nextdoor is a new social network platform that enables neighbourhoods to build stronger and safer communities.
Following a four-month beta period in cities, towns and villages across the UK, 250 neighbourhoods have already embraced Nextdoor to build better places to
call home.
On Nextdoor, neighbours create online communities for their neighbourhoods where they can ask questions, get to know one another, and exchange local advice
and recommendations. The most popular three neighbourhoods in Belfast are Nextdoor Belmont, Nextdoor Ballynafeigh, and Nextdoor Sydenham.
NEXTDOOR BRINGS NEIGHBOURHOODS TOGETHER TO CELEBRATE THEIR LAUNCH ACROSS BELFAST
Belfast Nextdoor members celebrate the UK launch with a neighbourhood picnic in Ormeau Park, Belfast. Nextdoor is a new social network platform that enables neighbourhoods to build stronger and safer communities. Following a four-month trial period in cities, towns and villages across the UK, 250 neighbourhoods have already embraced Nextdoor to build better places to call home. On Nextdoor, neighbours create online communities for their neighbourhoods where they can ask questions, get to know one another, and exchange local advice and recommendations. The most popular three neighbourhoods in Belfast are Nextdoor Belmont, Nextdoor Ballynafeigh, and Nextdoor Sydenham.
Nextdoor is a free, private platform that encourages neighbourhoods to build stronger and safer communities by turning online interactions into real-life interactions. Following a four-month pilot in cities,
Press Eye - Nextdoor UK launch picnic - Ormeau park - Belfast - 21st September 2016 Photograph by Declan Roughan Children taking part in the sack race. PICNIC AT ORMEAU PARK TO CELEBRATE NEXTDOOR MOVING INTO NEIGHBOURHOODS ACROSS BELFAST Nextdoor launches in the UK this week, and to celebrate, Nextdoor members are hosting a series of picnics across the country, including one in Ormeau Park, which was held in Belfast on Saturday 17th September. Nextdoor is a new social network platform that enables neighbourhoods to build stronger and safer communities. Following a four-month beta period in cities, towns and villages across the UK, 250 neighbourhoods have already embraced Nextdoor to build better places to call home. On Nextdoor, neighbours create online communities for their neighbourhoods where they can ask questions, get to know one another, and exchange local advice and recommendations. The most popular three neighbourhoods in Belfast are Nextdoor Belmont, Nextdoor Ballynafeigh, and Nextdoor Sydenham. NEXTDOOR BRINGS NEIGHBOURHOODS TOGETHER TO CELEBRATE THEIR LAUNCH ACROSS BELFAST Belfast Nextdoor members celebrate the UK launch with a neighbourhood picnic in Ormeau Park, Belfast. Nextdoor is a new social network platform that enables neighbourhoods to build stronger and safer communities. Following a four-month trial period in cities, towns and villages across the UK, 250 neighbourhoods have already embraced Nextdoor to build better places to call home. On Nextdoor, neighbours create online communities for their neighbourhoods where they can ask questions, get to know one another, and exchange local advice and recommendations. The most popular three neighbourhoods in Belfast are Nextdoor Belmont, Nextdoor Ballynafeigh, and Nextdoor Sydenham. Nextdoor is a free, private platform that encourages neighbourhoods to build stronger and safer communities by turning online interactions into real-life interactions. Following a four-month pilot in cities,

Belfast Nextdoor - new social network platform that enables neighbourhoods to build stronger and safer communities.- has celebrated its UK launch with a neighbourhood picnic in Ormeau Park, Belfast.

Following a four-month trial period in cities, towns and villages across the UK, 250 neighbourhoods have already embraced Nextdoor to build better places to call home.

On Nextdoor, neighbours create online communities for their neighbourhoods where they can ask questions, get to know one another, and exchange local advice and recommendations. The most popular three neighbourhoods in Belfast are Nextdoor Belmont, Nextdoor Ballynafeigh, and Nextdoor Sydenham.

Nextdoor is a free, private platform that encourages neighbourhoods to build stronger and safer communities by turning online interactions into real-life interactions.

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