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There's still time for you to help shape future leisure plans

There's still time for you to help shape future leisure plans created by Hartlepool Borough Council published on 05 September 2019

People in Hartlepool are reminded that there's still time to have their say on the future provision of sport and leisure facilities in the town, including at several upcoming consultation events.  The main leisure facility, Mill House Leisure Centre, has served the town for more than 50 years but is getting old and coming to the end of its useful life. 

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We are Undefeatable

We are Undefeatable created by BB published on 02 September 2019

A major new campaign has been launched to support the 15 million people who live with one or more long term health conditions in England. We are Undefeatable aims to help those with conditions such as diabetes, cancer, arthritis and Parkinson's to build physical activity into their lives.

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Young Onset Dementia Group Blog August 2019

Young Onset Dementia Group Blog August 2019 created by Young Onset Dementia Group published on 02 September 2019

September is here! The group had another brilliant month in August, from bowling at Larry’s Lanes and the South Hub to play botcha, table tennis and badminton at the Mill House Leisure Centre.  Thanks again Kath Carling for the brain games session which the group actively took part in.

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Find out if your partner has a history of abuse through Clare's Law

Find out if your partner has a history of abuse through Clare's Law created by BB published on 07 August 2019

Domestic violence affects one in three women and one in four men. You can find out if your partner has a history of abuse through a Clare's Law Disclosure. This scheme enables a person to find out information about their partner's previous domestic history. There are two ways to request information: 1.

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The NHS is making changes to how you order your repeat prescription

The NHS is making changes to how you order your repeat prescription created by BB published on 07 August 2019

Repeat prescriptions are the regular medicines that you can order without having to see your Doctor each time. Pharmacies will not be able to order medicines on your behalf. You will still receive the medicines you need, however you will need to order your repeat prescription directly from your GP practice. There are a number of ways that you can order your medication: 1.

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