Magna Vitae is a not-for-profit charitable trust set up to deliver Health, Leisure and Cultural services on behalf of East Lindsey District Council. Magna Vitae’s aim is to improve the lives of people within East Lindsey through Sport, Art, Health and Culture. Magna Vitae has charitable objects which includes the promotion and maximisation of community participation in health and recreational activities. The CHAPS project improves the quality of life of socially isolated males aged 50+ by bringing them together in a social environment using the ‘Sporting Memories’ model which uses the power of sport and memorabilia to create meaningful conversation, connection and friendships. Since its inception in March 2018, groups have met in a variety of community locations across East Lindsey, but since the impact of Covid-19 the project is mainly delivered using weekly zoom sessions and phone calls. We would like to grow the project by widening the age group so we can create an intergenerational project which develops a mutual understanding and sense of fostering strong social connections and networks. This intergenerational exchange has already begun to flourish when current older participants begin to tell stories of sporting heroes from the past to fascinated, younger, 50-year-olds.