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Latest News

  • A Covid-19 testing statement on behalf of NHS Hospital Trusts in Lancashire and South Cumbria

    A Covid-19 testing statement on behalf ...

    A spokesperson from Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System said: “Covid-19 tests can only be booked on the national online booking portal or by calling 119 if you do not have access to the internet. You cannot book a test in any other way. “Anyone who tries to ...

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  • Covid testing on the move

    Covid testing on the move ...

    From Monday 14 September, the community testing site for coronavirus at Issa Medical Centre will move to a Preston City Council owned site adjacent to Moor Park. The site will use the former Parks depot, accessible via Moor Park Avenue with parking available at Moor Park car park, Deepdale Road ...

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  • Innovative community scheme aims to make suicide everybody’s business

    Innovative community scheme aims to make ...

    A partnership of NHS and voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise groups in Lancashire and South Cumbria has come together to launch the Orange Button Community Scheme on World Suicide Prevention Day today. People who are having thoughts of suicide, or who are worried about a friend or family member, ...

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  • Don’t pass it on – unanimous plea from Preston City Council

    Don’t pass it on – unanimous ...

    The infection rate of coronavirus is dramatically increasing in Preston, with numbers reaching 59.1 (per 100,000) on Tuesday 8 September, according to figures provided by Public Health England. This figure demonstrates the highest rate of infection since the national lockdown earlier this year. Preston residents, communities and businesses are being ...

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  • Join us for our first ever virtual Annual General Meeting

    Join us for our first ever ...

    Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, NHS Chorley and South Ribble CCG and NHS Greater Preston CCG have moved their 2019/20 Annual General Meeting (AGM) to an online format. It is also the first year that the two CCGs will host a joint AGM. The AGM will take place ...

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  • Preston City Council to support national track and trace system to tackle coronavirus cases in the city

    Preston City Council to support national ...

    Preston City Council will have greater involvement in reaching out to residents in the city who have either tested positive for coronavirus, or been in contact with someone who has as part of the national track and trace system. Residents who have been identified as “contacts” by someone who has ...

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    Upcoming Governing Body meeting dates

    23 Sep 2020
    Governing Body meeting
    25 Nov 2020
    Governing Body meeting