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‘I’m so proud to walk and work for home hospice

‘I’m so proud to walk and work for home hospice

‘I’m so proud to walk and work for home hospice

28 April 2021

A health care assistant taking part in a charity walk for her home hospice employer, has told of her pride at working for them.


New director of public health chosen for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

New director of public health chosen for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

New director of public health chosen for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

26 April 2021

The new director of public health for Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council has been announced.


GET ACTIVE: Hidden treasures outdoors

GET ACTIVE: Hidden treasures outdoors

GET ACTIVE: Hidden treasures outdoors

24 April 2021

In the fortnightly Fenland District Council column, physical activity co-ordinator Lee Dolby encourages getting out in parks and green spaces.


Residents encouraged to 'make a habit' of regular Covid testing

Residents encouraged to 'make a habit' of regular Covid testing

Residents encouraged to 'make a habit' of regular Covid testing

19 April 2021

Residents are being encouraged to take twice-weekly rapid Covid tests to help support the roadmap out of lockdown.


Arthur Rank Hospice to run new palliative care hub to help patients in Cambridgeshire

Arthur Rank Hospice to run new palliative care hub to help patients in Cambridgeshire

Arthur Rank Hospice to run new palliative care hub to help patients in Cambridgeshire

06 April 2021

A vital new phone service is being launched to support patients with life-limiting illnesses.


Shift in way people access GPs is leaving vulnerable behind says new Healthwatch Cambridgeshire report

Shift in way people access GPs is leaving vulnerable behind says new Healthwatch Cambridgeshire report

Shift in way people access GPs is leaving vulnerable behind says new Healthwatch Cambridgeshire report

26 March 2021

People across Cambridgeshire are being asked to give their views on GP services after a report highlighted how Covid has affected access to doctors.


Cambridgeshire's Dr Liz shares her thoughts on public health one year on

Cambridgeshire's Dr Liz shares her thoughts on public health one year on

Cambridgeshire's Dr Liz shares her thoughts on public health one year on

24 March 2021

Communities across the county have been integral in the fight against the pandemic says Cambridgeshire's director of public health.


Living Well: a new name for weekly rehabilitative support programme

Living Well: a new name for weekly rehabilitative support programme

Living Well: a new name for weekly rehabilitative support programme

24 March 2021

Charity rebrands its supportive and rehabilitative eight-week programme to the Living Well service, following consultation.


GET ACTIVE: Three days of Easter hockey and cricket for youngsters

GET ACTIVE: Three days of Easter hockey and cricket for youngsters

GET ACTIVE: Three days of Easter hockey and cricket for youngsters

21 March 2021

In this fortnightly Fenland Citizen column, Active Fenland's Lauren Bremner looks at free activities on offer for kids.


'One stop shop' helps Fenland people find the mental health support they need

'One stop shop' helps Fenland people find the mental health support they need

'One stop shop' helps Fenland people find the mental health support they need

09 March 2021

A new ‘one stop shop’ for mental health is allowing people in Fenland to book counselling at the click of a button.


GET ACTIVE: Why not try one of our free online exercise classes?

GET ACTIVE: Why not try one of our free online exercise classes?

GET ACTIVE: Why not try one of our free online exercise classes?

07 March 2021

Fenland District Council physical activity local co-ordinator Heidi Lemmon looks at free, online classes.


Fenland footballer who had kidney transplant backs drug trial that could reduce risk of Covid-1

Fenland footballer who had kidney transplant backs drug trial that could reduce risk of Covid-1

Fenland footballer who had kidney transplant backs drug trial that could reduce risk of Covid-1

22 February 2021

A Wisbech transplant recipient is backing a new clinical trial into a treatment that could reduce the risk of Covid-19 in people with kidney problems.


Hospice at Home roll-out success means more Fenland people can choose to die in their own homes

Hospice at Home roll-out success means more Fenland people can choose to die in their own homes

Hospice at Home roll-out success means more Fenland people can choose to die in their own homes

11 February 2021

More people in Fenland are choosing to die in their own homes surrounded by loved-ones thanks to a new service that is providing end of life care.


ACTIVE FENLAND: Indoor exercise routines could keep us motivated

ACTIVE FENLAND: Indoor exercise routines could keep us motivated

ACTIVE FENLAND: Indoor exercise routines could keep us motivated

07 February 2021

In their fortnightly column, Fenland District Council's Active Fenland Team look at ways of staying fit and motivated.


Fenland Covid rates coming down - but still high in Wisbech

Fenland Covid rates coming down - but still high in Wisbech

Fenland Covid rates coming down - but still high in Wisbech

04 February 2021

As Covid rates remain high in parts of Fenland particularly in Wisbech people are being urged to stick to the rules.


Health should be at the heart of every decision in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Health should be at the heart of every decision in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Health should be at the heart of every decision in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

29 January 2021

An independent report argues changes should be made to provide a more joined up health care system bringing services closer to the people.


Putting treats together for NHS workers

Putting treats together for NHS workers

Putting treats together for NHS workers

22 January 2021

NHS workers who are continuing to care for residents will receive treats to brighten their days.


Ambulance service chief steps down due to ill health

Ambulance service chief steps down due to ill health

Ambulance service chief steps down due to ill health

20 January 2021

Dorothy Hosein has stood down as chief executive of the East of England Ambulance Service.


Coronavirus: Hospital death toll reaches 300

Coronavirus: Hospital death toll reaches 300

Coronavirus: Hospital death toll reaches 300

17 January 2021

Thirty-eight more deaths have been recorded at hospital in today's figures.


Fenland MIU to temporarily close for a second time so staff can help with the pandemic

Fenland MIU to temporarily close for a second time so staff can help with the pandemic

Fenland MIU to temporarily close for a second time so staff can help with the pandemic

14 January 2021

Wisbech Minor Injury Unit is to once again temporarily close with staff being deployed to help elsewhere with the ongoing pandemic.


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