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Don’t forget.  As reported in an earlier story in June by Jamie Oliver, the Local Healthwatch, the new consumer champion for publicly-funded health and social care services is to be launched by Cheshire East Council in April  2013  - and residents are being given the chance now to have a say in how it is set up.

It will provide information and advice to the public on health and social care, monitor and listen to people's views, and influence the way services are provided in the future.

The public consultation exercise will end on July 31st, so it is important that you take part now if you want your views to be heard.  To do this, fill in the on-line survey from the link below the picture.

 

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