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  • Urgent call for volunteers as COVID-19 booster vaccines campaign steps up

    Urgent call for volunteers as COVID-19 ...

    More volunteers are urgently required to support the COVID-19 vaccinations programme in Lancashire and South Cumbria. With the Government announcing it is opening booster jabs to those aged 18 to 39 in the coming weeks, thousands of people ...
  • Cards for Kindness launches as Christmas countdown continues

    Cards for Kindness launches as Christmas ...

    A heart-warming winter campaign encouraging people to send Christmas cards to residents in local care homes launches on Wednesday 1 December. Cards for Kindness, now in its fourth year, aims to tackle loneliness and isolation in care homes across Lancashire and South Cumbria. The theme for this year's scheme is ...
  • ‘Thank You’ week set to recognise the contribution of care workers in Lancashire and South Cumbria 6 – 10 December 2021

    ‘Thank You’ week set to recognise ...

    In association with the Institute of Health and Social Care Management and TAP (Thank And Praise), health and care organisations in Lancashire and South Cumbria will recognise the vital role of those working in social care. Local NHS, ...
  • Look after your’elf is the message to children across Lancashire and South Cumbria this Christmas

    Look after your’elf is the message ...

    Harry the Health Elf has arrived this festive period to share messages aimed at keeping children across Lancashire and South Cumbria healthy and safe this winter. You’ve heard of the Elf on the Shelf, but this winter it’s all about Harry the Health Elf. Schools across Lancashire and South Cumbria are ...
  • Don't get caught out - flooding can happen to you

    Don't get caught out - flooding ...

    Recent polling suggests nearly two in three households at risk from flooding do not believe their homes could flood. But just because flooding hasn't happened to you in the past, it doesn't mean it won't happen in the future. In England there are over 5 million properties at risk of ...
  • Top up jab bookings open up for more than one million people

    Top up jab bookings open up ...

    More than one million additional people are now eligible to book their life-saving top-up jab as the NHS COVID-19 Vaccination programme continues to boost people’s protection ahead of winter. People aged 40 to 49 can now book their booster vaccine, and 16 and 17-year-olds their second jabs, just seven days ...

Upcoming Governing Body meeting dates

24 Nov 2021
Governing Bodies Meeting in Common