Official Cheshire East LINk launch

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The official launch of the Cheshire East LINk will be at Crewe Alexandra Stadium this Thursday, 3rd December, from 10.30am — 3.00pm.

LINk organisations involve users of health services examining health issues through local representatives. A range of local issues are being tackled including First Responders; Podiatry services; Midwifery; access to GP services; services for the visually impaired and many more.

Speakers at the Cheshire East LINk launch include the Crewe Town Mayor, Cllr. Dorothy Flude; Ruth Marsden of the National Association of LINk members; Phil Lloyd, Services for Adults at Cheshire East council, and Barry Towse of the Cheshire East Local Involvement Network.

There will be displays and information from voluntary and statutory organisations giving advice on health, wellbeing and social care services.

Please call 01606 45920 if you are interested in attending.

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