Campaign continues to encourage talking to save lives

Health and care partners in Lancashire and South Cumbria have today launched the next phase of their suicide prevention campaign encouraging residents to keep talking throughout the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Cancer appointments are safe – please attend if you are asked to

Together with hospital trusts across the region, Lancashire and South Cumbria Cancer Alliance is reassuring people that it is safe to attend cancer appointments during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
People who are being tested or treated for cancer are being urged to keep their appointments. New measures are in place to help protect patients and staff from coronavirus, it is important to not delay cancer treatment.

Coronavirus: Advice for the Clinically Extremely Vulnerable

The guidance for the clinically extremely vulnerable has been updated in line with what was announced on Monday 22 June. You are no longer advised to shield and you can now visit shops, places of worship and other venues. You can return to work if your workplace is Covid-secure but should carry on working from home wherever possible.

Preston City Council urge community effort to prevent local lockdown

Preston residents are being asked to be more vigilant to help prevent the implementation of stricter lockdown measures following a spike of in Coronavirus cases in the city.

Long-term future of Station Surgery in Leyland is secured

The long-term future of GP services at Station Surgery in Leyland has been secured, with a new clinical team set to take over the running of the surgery.