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Grants of up to £1,500 available for local people to improve wellbeing in their community
We are offering up to £1,500 to local people and groups for new ideas that explore people’s experiences of local health and care services and improve wellbeing in their community.
Perhaps you’ve got a great idea but can’t get funding – well, now’s your chance to make it happen!
Applications close 5pm on 23rd October.
Find out more and apply
Surrey's Stroke Services are under review
Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) across Surrey are working together to review stroke services, following work such as our
Stroke Pathway Project
Have your say - complete this quick
(closes 29 Sept) or
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Over 65 in Waverley? Join us for a tea and chat about GP and Dental appointments
A small group discussion (up to 12 people)
Thursday 8th October
from 2pm to 3.15pm
The Denningberg Centre for the Elderley, 36 Bridge St, Godalming, Surrey GU7 1HP
All participants will also receive a
as a thank you for taking part.
Find out more
Healthwatch England update
Maternity Review - Have your say
NHS England is conducting a
review of maternity services
to assess current maternity care provision and consider how services should be developed to meet the changing needs of women and babies.
You can contribute to this review by:
Meeting the review team at one of their
being held across England.
Share your views by
taking part in an anonymous survey.
Tell us your story
More opportunities to get involved
Have your say on Epsom and St Helier Hospitals Estates Review
Volunteer with us
Join our Voice Network
3 Headlines you might have missed this week!
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