Portlethen

Review of Dispensing GP practices

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NHSNHS Grampian has been consulting with the patients of six GP practices who currently get, or who are eligible to get, dispensed medicines from their GP practice.

A Review Group will be analysing all the responses to the consultation and will make recommendations to the Board of NHS Grampian.

The Review Group would like to invite any group or individual in the communities affected by the consultation – Auchenblae, Rhynie, Udny Station, Gardenstown, Portlethen and Skene – to make representations or presentations to the members of the Group.

The Review Group will be in attendance at the following locations on the dates and times shown below:

 

Rhynie

 

Friday 18 November 2016 in No 14 The Square, Rhynie, AB54 4HD at 1330 – 1800 hrs
 

Auchenblae

 

Tuesday 22 November 2016 in Auchenblae Hall, Monboddo Street, Auchenblae, AB30 1XS at 0900 – 1800 hrs
 

Skene

 

Thursday 24 November 2016 in the Westhill Community Church, Old Skene Road, Westhill, Aberdeenshire, AB32 6AQ at 0900 – 1230 hrs
 

Portlethen

 

Thursday 24 November in Portlethen Academy, Bruntland Road, Portlethen, AB12 4QL at 1400 – 1800 hrs
 

Gardenstown

 

Monday 28 November 2016 in the Dreel Hall, High Green, Gardenstown, AB45 3YN at 0900 – 1800 hrs
 

Udny Station

 

Tuesday 29 November 2016 in the Udny Station Community Centre, Udny Station, AB41 6QJ, at 1330 – 2000 hrs 

If you represent a group or organisation in the area served by one of these practices, or you are an elected public representative, an independent contractor to the NHS or an interested individual you are invited to make a representation or presentation to the Review Group.

If you would like to do so please email nhsg.involve@nhs.net or write to Freepost, NHS Grampian by Friday 11th November. You will be allocated a time and to ensure that the maximum number of people have the opportunity to participate you should speak for 15 minutes or less.

There is no requirement to support your presentation with a written submission, but if you would like to do so please email your submission to the above email address by Friday 11th November. Read the rest of this entry »

KDP Community Cash!

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How could your group use £300? KDP

Our next Community Cash event will be held on Wednesday 23rd November 2016 at 6.45pm for 7pm in the Jubilee Hall, Portlethen. This event is open to community groups, projects and organisations covering the Community Council areas of Stonehaven, Newtonhill, Muchalls & Cammachmore and Portlethen. Registration for the event closes on Monday 14 November 2016.

For more information contact officesupport@kincardineshiredp.org or phone and leave a message at 01569 763 246

Have Your Say.

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What are Integrated Travel Towns? aberdeenshiure

The Integrated Travel Town (ITT) project, supported by Sustrans and Paths for All, will engage with local communities to develop ideas which will inform a Masterplan of proposals which the Council will aim to deliver over the coming months and years. Want to know more? Click on the link below;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRmu0yoxf6g

Have your say on the Masterplans at the libraries shown at the end of the video before 18th June.

We Walk To Feel Fitter!

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Whatever it is that you really want to do – get fitter, meet new people or just feel better today – walking is the easy way to a happier, healthy you! Stop wanting, start walking with us.

Our free health walks are short, low level walks with a friendly, trained leader to show you the way.

 

Portlethen Health Walk pathys for all

Location: Jubilee Hall
Day: Every Wednesday
Time: 10am
Get in touch for more info
Call: Chris Wright
Tel: 07810852817

Everyone’s welcome!

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN HELPING YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY TO BECOME MORE ACTIVE?

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A Volunteer Walk Leaders Training Courses is being held in Portlethen on Thursday 3 September 2015. The course is designed to establish a group of local people (aged over 18 years) who are trained to promote and lead Health Walks on an ongoing basis.

Only one day of training is necessary but information will be provided to support development of local walks in Kincardine and Mearns for walk leaders attending the training through Paths for All and through local contacts.

A Health Walk is a short, local, low level walk which seeks to encourage and support people to become more active.  A typical health walk usually lasts between 10 minutes and 1 hour.

Date: Thursday 3 September 2015
Time: 9.30am to 3.45pm

Registration from 9.15am onwards

Venue:         Jubilee Hall

Cookston Road

Portlethen

AB12 4PT

 

Cost:      FREE including resource materials

(Lunch provided)

For booking and more information please contact:

Shiona Watson, Administrator, NHS Grampian

Tel: 01569 792053

Email: shiona.watson@nhs.net

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN HELPING YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY TO BECOME MORE ACTIVE?

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A Volunteer Walk Leaders Training Courses is being held in Portlethen on Thursday 2 July 2015. The course is designed to establish a group of local people (aged over 18 years) who are trained to promote and lead Health Walks on an ongoing basis. pathys for all

Only one day of training is necessary but information will be provided to support development of local walks in Kincardine and Mearns for walk leaders attending the training through Paths for All and through local contacts.

A Health Walk is a short, local, low level walk which seeks to encourage and support people to become more active.  A typical health walk usually lasts between 10 minutes and 1 hour.

Date: Thursday 2 July 2015
Time: 9.30am to 3.45pmRegistration from 9.15am onwards
Venue:         Jubilee HallCookston RoadPortlethen

AB12 4PT

Cost:      FREE including resource materials(Lunch provided)

For booking and more information please contact:

Shiona Watson, Administrator, NHS Grampian

Tel: 01569 792053

Email: shiona.watson@nhs.net

Music-Making & Fun for 0-7’s

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Do you have the next Mozart or perhaps Liberace tinkling the ivories? Maybe singing is more their thing? If so, read on to find out more about the early years musical experiences on offer in K & M.

 TootersTooters have been delivering unique and exciting music sessions to children aged between 0 and 7 years across the North East of Scotland since 1999. The weekly music sessions for parent/carer and child provide an early years’ music programme that reflects current educational developments but also draws on approaches to music education that have been used for many years. All Tooters’ activities are devised to appeal to the child of today, but have an underlying musical and developmental objective. However, at the heart of the Tooters’ ethos is enjoyment, with the emphasis on having fun in a warm and welcoming environment. Read the rest of this entry »