This website uses cookies to function correctly.
You may delete cookies at any time but doing so may result in some parts of the site not working correctly.
 

Noticeboard

Women’s Health Talk


Dr Baloch has organised a ‘Women’s Health’ Patient Education event on Tuesday 25th June at Walkden Gateway with Consultant Gynaecologist, Dr Sujata Gupta.  The talk will commence at 6pm and finish at 7pm.  The room only holds a maximum of 50 people so please phone 0161 787 7700 to book your place if interested.


 

Community Resources

Local Groups

Heart Care  Fortnightly  Wednesday 9-30-12  St Paul's Peel Community Hall  Manchester Rd Little Hulton  0161 707 7402

Big Dance group   Mondays 10-12 St Pauls Church Hall 

Knitting group  Tuesdays 9-30 til11-30 St Pauls 

Call in community Cafe  Thursday 11-30 til 1-30 St Pauls

Community Cafe  Tuesdays Cleggs lane church 

Luncheon Club Thursday from 12pm Bethany Church 

Curling Club Thursday from 12pm Bethany Church 

Luncheon club  Tuesday 12 till 2 Walkden Methodist Church Manchester rd east Littlehulton Salford M38 9AN 0161 660-0919

Health and Wellbeing Hub 

The Health and Wellbeing Hub is a drop in service, anybody is welcome – patients, carers and healthcare professionals – to get information and advice and to see what we can offer.

The Health and Wellbeing Hub will run every Wednesday between 1pm and 7pm

A registered nurse will be available throughout the session.  There will be guided sessions to provide information about topics such as fatigue, breathlessness, advice about exercise, help to complete forms, and guided relaxation.  A volunteer will also be available to help people access on-line information and creative therapy materials will be available.

Being there

Support for those with life limiting illness.

Call us Monday to Friday: 9am - 4pm    0161 212 4473

A local charity providing emotional support and home-based practical help to people with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses, along with those closest to them, such as family, friends and carers.

We can offer someone to talk to confidentially about cancer, along with home visits, social events and practical assistance, for example help with shopping, as well as support at hospital appointments.

We works in the Greater Manchester area. Our services are delivered by specially trained volunteers who are managed by a team of professional staff.

What does being there do?

It has a network of trained volunteers who give home-based emotional support and practical help. Services are tailored to each individual or family, but they can include:

  • Listening and befriending: talking through difficulties and concerns
  • Respite sitting, allowing carers time to themselves
  • Practical help such as shopping
  • Driving and support for a hospital appointment or treatment
  • Social activities, days out, coffee mornings, relaxation sessions
  • Group support
  • Information about local services and support networks

All support services are currently provided free of charge.



 
Call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergencyNHS ChoicesThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website