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Have your say on local health issues

IN PICTURE: Martyn Swaby (corr) - Credit Union and Jeff Buck - Rumbletums, pictured at the Rumbletums Cafe in Kimberley.
STORY: NN LEAD: Rumbletums, a charity caf� dedicated to employing learning disabled youngsters, is working on creating a partnership with the Nottingham Credit Union.
PHOTOGRAPHER: MARK FEAR

IN PICTURE: Martyn Swaby (corr) - Credit Union and Jeff Buck - Rumbletums, pictured at the Rumbletums Cafe in Kimberley. STORY: NN LEAD: Rumbletums, a charity caf� dedicated to employing learning disabled youngsters, is working on creating a partnership with the Nottingham Credit Union. PHOTOGRAPHER: MARK FEAR

Patients are invited to have their say on local health issues and their experiences at an event in Kimberley on March 20.

The event at Rumbletums Cafe between 12.30pm and 3pm is being held by NHS Nottingham West Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to encourage local people to have their say and hear about the challenges currently facing the NHS.

The CCG is a collective of 12 GP practices who work together to plan and purchase NHS services for 94,000 people living in Eastwood, Kimberley, Stapleford, Beeston, Bramcote and Chilwell.

Questions and registering a place can be emailed to nottingham.west@nottinghamwestccg.nhs.uk.

 

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