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22/12

Devon and Cornwall Police congratulate Newton St Cyres NHW

Devon and Cornwall Police congratulate Newton St Cyres NHW

THE Crediton police team have congratulated the industrious group of volunteers who have set up the Newton St Cyres Neighbourhood Health Watch community scheme. Since September this year, nearly 40 members of the local community have dedicated themselves to getting the scheme off the ground. PC Keith Bradshaw and PCSO Lisa Crocker...

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19/12

Newton St Cyres official launch

Newton St Cyres official launch

On Saturday 22nd December 2012 the Newton St Cyres Neighbourhood Health Watch will officially launch in the village.  All members of the community are invited to attend the launch coffee morning which will take place at 10.30am in the Crown and Sceptre, Newton St Cyres. We wish the scheme every success...

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19/12

Heavitree Community Carol Singing

Heavitree Community Carol Singing

On Saturday 15th December over 200 members of the community in Heavitree came together for a Christmas Carol singing event organised by Park Life Heavitree and the Heavitree Neighbourhood Health Watch.  Lots of fun was had singing carols and sharing mulled fruit juice and mince pies. The music was led by...

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12/12

Newton St Cyres information card

Newton St Cyres have designed and developed a useful card for each member of the community.  The card contains all the necessary contact information as well as examples of support offered and is a handy size to keep next to the phone  in readiness for times of need.

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05/12

East Budleigh / Budleigh Update December 2012

On 4th December 2012 Dr Jane Aitken had a very constructive meeting at Budleigh Surgery. There was general agreement that they needed something tangible to get NHW going and they have become very excited about the idea of social connection through food. They would like to pilot the idea for...

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29/11

NHW reaching more communities!

NHW reaching more communities!

Members of the NHW Project team have been invited along to two communities in December to talk about the project in more detail. The Lympstone Parish Council have expressed an interest in the NHW project and have invited Dr Jane Aitken, Gp in Lympstone , and Jayne Clarke to talk to...

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20/11

Newton St Cyres Coffee Morning Update

Newton St Cyres Coffee Morning Update

Twenty people of all different ages came along to the Crown & Sceptre on Saturday 17th November to further develop the village Neighbourhood Health Watch. There has been a tremendous amount of support for the Watch, with the villagers coming up with lots of great ideas of things they can...

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18/10

Newton St Cyres goes live

Newton St Cyres goes live

Following two successful coffee mornings in September and October 2012 the Newton St Cyres watch was established. A Co-ordinator was identified, the landlord of the Crown and Sceptre Public House, Simon Lovell, was extremely keen to be involved and for the "pub to be the hub". A large number of...

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04/10

RURAL FUTURES: WORKING TOGETHER 28th September 2012

RURAL FUTURES: WORKING TOGETHER 28th September 2012

On 28th September 2012 the NHW Project Team attended the Rural Futures: Working Together conference hosted by the Community Council of Devon.  The conference took place at Exeter Racecourse and was extremely well attended by local councillors, business leaders, voluntary organisations and rural community leaders.  The team hosted a series of...

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26/09

NHW PROJECT TEAM PRESENTING AT RURAL FUTURES: WORKING TOGETHER

It is with great pleasure that the NHW project team have been asked to present the scheme at the Rural Futures: Working Together Conference, hosted by Community Council of Devon.   http://www.devonrcc.org.uk/c/72/rural-futures-working-together   Rural Futures: Working Together is a one day conference brought to you by the Community Council of Devon, Devon Association of...

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