Wishing You All a Very Merry Christmas

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21st December 2018
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21st December 2018

Wishing You All a Very Merry Christmas

The NN staff & trustees would like to thank all our member groups and partners for another fantastic year at the Neighbourhood Network!

We continue to be astounded at your determination and achievements and hope we can continue to support you where needed in the future.

We would like to wish you all a very Merry, but safe Christmas and fantastic 2019! 


Please remember if you have any health issues over the Christmas period refer to the information below as a guide to see where you could get help.

Pharmacies are a great port of call to help you tackle many common ailments. From coughs and indigestion to rashes; your pharmacist will be able to advise.

If you’ve had a mishap the Bransholme Urgent Care Centre (UCC) provides 24 hour care, every day of the year, for minor injuries such as minor fractures, sprains, strains, cuts, bites and mild burns. People in need of immediate treatment, who are not in a life-threatening situation, can be seen quickly and effectively at the centre.

If you need medical treatment, but it’s not an emergency, please book an appointment with your regular GP. Check your GP’s website for Christmas opening hours.

If you need to see a GP with something that can’t wait till the next day there is a Walk-In Service at Story Street Medical Centre. Over the Christmas break the service will run from 8am-8pm every day, including Christmas Day.

For people who are still unsure where to go then they should ‘Talk before you walk’ and call NHS 111, a free to call 24/7 service that offers expert guidance and can advise where to go for medical help.

Finally, please remember that A&E is for serious stuff.                                     

For more local information and advice on how to stay well over winter visit www.staywellthiswinter.co.uk

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