Surgery Signposting volunteers link local people with support services offered by local community groups. The aim is to connect you to the information and support you need to live an active, happy and healthy lifestyle. See poster for further details.
The village now has a defibrillator which is located at Londis store. Jackie Taylor-Green has been trained in its use. The device is designed to be used by the public without training as it guides a user step-by-step. This has been made possible through a grant from our County Councillor, Adam Carew. An application has been made to our District Councillor, Yvonne Parker Smith, for funding for an exterior case so that the machine is available at any time.
Get Active Now
Get Active East Hampshire is here to help you achieve a more active and healthier lifestyle. See the website www.getactivenow.org.uk.
Sport Makers programme
More than a thousand people across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight have vowed to make sport happen in their communities. Being a Sport Maker is a chance to have fun, meet people and make new friends, gain further qualifications and enjoy unique experiences. For more details about the Sport Makers programme visit www.sportmakers.co.uk or www.sporthampshireiow.co.uk/volunteering. For more information, or if you have any questions regarding Sport Makers, please contact Tom Dickson or call 01962 845189.
Common Assessment Framework for Adults
Hampshire County Council has launched a project called Common Assessment Framework for Adults (CAFA). Its aim is to find new and innovative ways to share health and social care information. The project is funded by the Department of Health. See the release for Parish magazines for further information.
Headley Voluntary Care
Headley Voluntary Care offers help to people needing to get to the doctor, dentist, optician and so on. See their poster for details of how to contact them.