Healthwatch Dorset – your independent health & care watchdog
Healthwatch Dorset are holding a meeting on Wednesday 13th December at the Community Learning & Resource Centre, 41-44 King Street, Wimborne BH21 1EB. Local people are invited to attend to find out more about Healthwatch Dorset at this public board meeting.
There will be a tea party from 4.30 – 5.30pm to celebrate Healthwatch volunteers and say goodbye to their Volunteer Co-ordinator, Chris Wakefield. Chris is leaving Healthwatch with huge thanks for everything he’s done and best wishes for success in all his future ventures. The Healthwatch Dorset board meeting follows the tea party at 6pm and local people are welcome to stay and learn more about the work of local Healthwatch.
Joyce Guest, Healthwatch Dorset chairperson explained “we’ll be promoting Healthwatch and celebrating our volunteer network on 13th December.
If you’d like to find out more about our work and meet Healthwatch Dorset board members, staff and volunteers, please join us in Wimborne from 4.30pm”
Healthwatch Dorset works with local people to discover what’s really going on in health and care services across the county. They offer free independent information to help you find your way through the system and use your feedback to influence the way local services are provided.
To find out more you can contact Healthwatch Dorset by calling 0300 111 0102 (calls cost the same as 01 or 02 numbers). Write to us free at Freepost RTJR-RHUJ-XBLH Healthwatch Dorset, 896 Christchurch Road BH7 6DL www.healthwatchdorset.co.uk Twitter @HwatchDorset & Facebook or by visiting your local Citizen Advice Bureau