Campaigns

The Making Connections Walsall (MCW) provides older people in Walsall with an opportunity to explore their social needs and interests. It seeks to address the loneliness and isolation of older people by providing them with support to build their social networks and engage in community activities. This service provides the health community and social care

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Have your say about pharmacy services!

Help us to update our Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment for Walsall and tell us what you think about pharmacies and the services they offer. It will only take a few minutes to complete and we very much value your opinion.  Following the link below: https://surveys.walsall.gov.uk/s.asp?k=150703650634 The closing date is Friday 3rd November 2017.  

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Stoptober

Stoptober is back!  Sign up today at: http://po.st/Stop17_Walsall and get a range of free tools to support you in your quit attempt including an app, daily emails and Facebook Messenger. Local face to face support is also available.  There are stop smoking clinics across Walsall, with information on all of our clinics at the following

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Sepsis

On 15th December a new sepsis awareness campaign was launched, supported by UK Sepsis Trust, to raise awareness of the key symptoms of sepsis amongst parents of children aged 0-4. Acting quickly could save a child’s life. The campaign encourages parents of children aged 0-4 to go to A&E immediately or call 999 if they

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Tough on Tobacco

Help us get Tough on Tobacco Test how much you know about tobacco by taking this quiz Stopping Smoking Smoking is still the single greatest cause of illness and premature death in England. If you give up smoking you will see very quickly some of the benefits that stopping smoking brings. Smoking while pregnant also

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‘ONE YOU’

Our busy lives often means our own health is at the bottom of our list of priorities. Remember that it’s important to take time to look after yourself as not only will you feel the benefits but so will your family. Everyday things that we do – such as eating too much unhealthy food, drinking more alcohol

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