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Parents urged to keep kids active as school holidays start

Parents urged to keep kids active as school holidays start

Parents urged to keep kids active as school holidays start

Children's activity levels drop during the summer holidays, claim health officials, who are appealing to parents to keep kids moving from this week.


No better time to start exercising than today

No better time to start exercising than today

No better time to start exercising than today

Here's the weekly Get Active column, written by Fenland District Council physical activity coordinator Hettie West.


Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust to make improvements to keep people safe

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust to make improvements to keep people safe

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust to make improvements to keep people safe

The Care Quality Commission inspected an acute ward for adults of working age and psychiatric intensive care unit at Fulbourn Hospital, Cambridge.


Parents with babies in special care to get extra paid time off

Parents with babies in special care to get extra paid time off

Parents with babies in special care to get extra paid time off

Parents who have a child born prematurely or unwell will be given additional time-off under a new law being backed by the government.


Local hospital's delighted to welcome MP Steve Barclay, the new Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, for one of his first official hospital visits

Local hospital's delighted to welcome MP Steve Barclay, the new Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, for one of his first official hospital visits

Local hospital's delighted to welcome MP Steve Barclay, the new Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, for one of his first official hospital visits

The newly-appointed Secretary of State for Health and North East Cambridgeshire MP, Steve Barclay, today opened the new West Norfolk Eye Centre.


East of England Ambulance Service rated requires improvement again by CQC.

East of England Ambulance Service rated requires improvement again by CQC.

East of England Ambulance Service rated requires improvement again by CQC.

The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust has been rated requires improvement by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) for a second time in a row.


Royal seal of approval for improved patient services in Wisbech

Royal seal of approval for improved patient services in Wisbech

Royal seal of approval for improved patient services in Wisbech

An improved treatment centre and garden has been officially opened by Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Gloucester.


Health alert issued ahead of scorching temperatures next week

Health alert issued ahead of scorching temperatures next week

Health alert issued ahead of scorching temperatures next week

A health alert has been issued for Cambridgeshire ahead of scorching temperatures next week.


New Health Secretary immediately lobbied about hospital rebuild

New Health Secretary immediately lobbied about hospital rebuild

New Health Secretary immediately lobbied about hospital rebuild

The new Health Secretary has immediately been lobbied about the urgent need for funding a rebuild for a hospital serving Fenland.


New service helping cash-strapped family

New service helping cash-strapped family

New service helping cash-strapped family

A family hit hard by the cost of living crisis was given new hope, thanks to an ‘ultimate side hustle’ featured on ITV last week.


Reader praises the NHS

Reader praises the NHS

Reader praises the NHS

Here is a letter from this week's Fenland Citizen in praise of the health service.


Men’s Shed launch event

Men’s Shed launch event

Men’s Shed launch event

A Men’s Shed is being launched with a ‘Make and Mend event’.


Care Home is rated ‘Good’ in all departments after unannounced CQC visit

Care Home is rated ‘Good’ in all departments after unannounced CQC visit

Care Home is rated ‘Good’ in all departments after unannounced CQC visit

A care home has been rated ‘Good’ in all departments after a Care Quality Commission inspection.


The bowel cancer signs Deborah James didn't want people to miss

The bowel cancer signs Deborah James didn't want people to miss

The bowel cancer signs Deborah James didn't want people to miss

Supermarkets have pledged to put the signs of bowel cancer on toilet roll packets as tributes pour in for campaigner Dame Deborah James.


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