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JOIN OUR BIG CONVERSATION

JOIN OUR BIG CONVERSATION created by Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust published on 24 August 2020

People across Teesside, County Durham, Darlington, North Yorkshire and York are being asked to share their views to help improve mental health and learning disability services.

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Hartlepool Young Onset Dementia Group Blog

Hartlepool Young Onset Dementia Group Blog created by RS published on 07 August 2020

We are pleased to let you know that we are back to our weekly group meeting at Hartlepool Football Ground and have extended our opening time to 10am to 12.30pm.

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Advice for the Clinically Extremely Vulnerable

Advice for the Clinically Extremely Vulnerable created by Public Health England published on 06 August 2020

The guidance for the clinically extremely vulnerable has been updated in line with what was announced on Monday 22 June. You are no longer advised to shield and you can now visit shops, places of worship and other venues. You can return to work if your workplace is Covid-secure but should carry on working from home wherever possible.

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Hartlepool Learning and Skills Service

Hartlepool Learning and Skills Service created by Hartlepool Borough Council published on 10 July 2020

Careers Service Are you looking for work or do you want to up-skill and further your career? Contact our Careers Advisers who offer bespoke support so you can take the next steps, improve your skills and/or progress into employment Refer Online: www.hartlepool.gov.uk/learningandskills  Phone our Careers Hotline:  01429 401831 Monday to Friday 10am-4pm

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Join the Silly Squad for this year's Summer Reading Challenge

Join the Silly Squad for this year's Summer Reading Challenge created by RS published on 23 June 2020

There’s lots of silly fun in store for Hartlepool youngsters in this year’s hugely-popular Summer Reading Challenge! Aimed at children aged four to 11, the goal is to read six books of their choice over the summer, in return for which they will receive a medal and a certificate.

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