Helping our heroes: NHS urges veterans to get help despite coronavirus outbreak

As the nation gears up mark to the 75th anniversary of VE Day, the NHS wants all those who have served their country to know that dedicated help and support is still available despite the coronavirus outbreak.

Health leaders urge residents to stay home, protect the NHS and save lives this VE Day May holiday

With another long weekend ahead, and the weather improving, residents in Lancashire and South Cumbria are urged to stay at home to aid the fight against coronavirus to protect the NHS and save lives.

Your local NHS services are here for you this bank holiday

This early May bank holiday (Friday 8 May) will see GP practices and pharmacies across central Lancashire providing services to support local residents.

Support for domestic abuse

Social distancing measures, introduced to fight the spread of coronavirus and protect our NHS, have changed our lives considerably. For many, the order to stay at home can be overwhelming, particularly for those who are experiencing or feel at risk of domestic abuse.

Campaign launches to encourage talking to save lives

Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System (ICS) has this week launched a suicide prevention campaign encouraging residents to “keep talking” throughout the coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic.