It’s your Patient Participation Group
The Patient Participation Group (PPG) is a group of patients working with Frampton’s GP surgery to help improve services.
We want to better understand your needs, priorities and issues, so we can work together to deliver the highest quality of health care locally.
WE WELCOME YOUR VIEWS ...
If you have any suggestions or feedback for Frampton's Surgery, or want to join our PPG team, please email email@example.com or call Alison Drake on 741988
HELPING YOU TO LOOK AFTER YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY
We want to help you look after yourself better, through a series of educational talks on health and nutrition.
We are currently investigating our next talk, watch this space for further information. If you have a particular topic you’d like us to cover, please let us know.
WALKING FOR HEALTH
Join our regular walks to help improve your fitness. Regular walking can reduce your risk of heart disease and strokes and can even help you sleep better. Studies have also shown it can make you feel happier!
Our walks are around two miles in length and cover field paths and some stiles. Walks are led and start from a number of locations in the Severnside area. We can organise special walks for those with mobility issues, or those needing a shorter walk with no stiles.
The next walk in the area will take place on Wednesday 11th of July starting from the car park by Splatt Bridge, Frampton
As ever, the walk can include stiles and muddy field paths, is approximately 2 miles in length and should take a maximum of 1.5 hours.
Later walks in the year will take place on Thursday 16th August, Wednesday 12th September and Thursday 18th October.
For more information, please call Nick on 01452 740265 or Keith on 07811 123700 or alternatively email Nick on firstname.lastname@example.org
or Keith on email@example.com
Nick Peters & Keith Parry - walk leaders
To find out more about healthy walks take a look at www.walkingforhealth.org.uk and www.strollinginstrouddistrict.org.uk
We have a Befriending service in Frampton, where an older person is matched with a ‘befriender’, who pops in for a cup of tea and a chat around once a week. They provide friendly conversation and companionship … and perhaps a little practical help.
Do you know someone who is lonely, or are you in need of befriending? Please do get in contact by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling Alison Drake on 741988
Or if you have just an hour free every week, please offer your help … it could make a real difference to someone’s life.
Helping to ensure all of our neighbours stay safe and well.