Social media Feeling social? So are we

Like most of us, we’ve embraced social media. Here’s where to find us...

Facebook
We love ‘Facebooking’ - sharing news, views and photos - plus it’s a great way for you to chat with us and give us feedback. So get liking us...just search Facebook for Lincolnshire Housing Partnership.

Heard of it, but what exactly is Facebook?
Facebook is a social networking website where you can create a personal profile, find friends and send them messages, tell people what you're doing, share links, post comments, join groups, share photos, chat and much more. To register, click here.

Twitter
We’re also fond of tweeting, with an official Twitter profile giving you an insight into the world of LHP. With snippets of info, links to interesting stuff, news and views it’s a good way for you interact with us.

Not joined the Twitterati yet?
Twitter is a social networking service that allows you to send and read messages known as tweets. Tweets are text-based posts of up to 140 characters that are displayed on your profile page and delivered to your followers – people who subscribe to your account. To register, click here.

Pinterest
You’ll find things we like, money saving tips, updates on projects, event photographs, ideas for the home and even more on our Pinterest boards.

Pin it?
Pinterest is a free way of creating and sharing collections – boards of pins which are visual bookmarks. You can upload, share and save images and media content from other user’s boards or from websites – if you download the pin it button on your web browser or download the app. You can browse Pinterest using key words or topics. You can also follow, favourite or comment on other user’s pins.

Instagram
View photos, videos and send and receive messages on Instagram.

Get an account
Instagram is a photo and video sharing app for Apple and Android devices. Create your account.

From social media networks and websites to phone apps and games, the internet can be a minefield when it comes to keeping track of what your child is doing online. Click here (please link to ‘staying safe online’ page) for advice about staying safe online.

 

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