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We are sad to announce the passing away of Barry Gendler, one of the key writers of our book, and a good friend. We know that Barry has been ill for a long time now, but he finally passed away Tuesday night, 21st February 2017 at St. Joseph’s Hospice, in the East-End of London. Barry’s […]
SORRY BUT WE ARE ALL AILING AT THE MOMENT Photo taken at the launch of “Tales by Eastenders” You may have noticed that there have not been many entries onto this site recently. This has been the result of a speight of bad health permeating throughout our team at the moment. The writers and team […]
SALLY GIVES UNEXPECTED READING FROM OUR BOOK ‘Tales by Eastenders’ received an unexpected boost when Sally Flood read one of the poems, ‘Small Cogs’, she wrote for our book at the Write Idea Festival last Saturday. Sally was talking to Kate Thompson about Kate’s new book ‘Secrets of the Singer Girls’ when the unexpected reading […]
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THERE IS STILL WORK TO BE DONE. At a meeting of the Granby Estate Tenants Association on 20th April, there was a series of complaints that work either has not been finished properly, and that it has been done to an unacceptable standard. The Keepmoat office in Bentworth Court has now been closed down, and […]
As the Decent Homes Scheme project within Bentworth Court is slowly coming to a close, it is about time to create a summary showing how things seem to have gone through the eyes of a resident. Companies Involved. There were two main companies involved in the rebuild of the block. These were Breyer who concentrated […]
6 KEY NEW SIGNS STILL PRINTED COMPLETELY WRONG. Even though I personally warned the Keepmoat site offices about the incorrect printing on the original signage which appears beside flat 1 of each floor, and even went to the measures of warning them about it ON THIS BLOGSITE on 9th September 2015, they have still gone […]
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HOW DID THE PATIENT’S MEETING GO TODAY? Sadly the weather and sickness played their part in attendance today. We had already received apologies from our chairman, Len Sale and Dr Penny Crouch. MINUTES The minutes of the last meeting were approved. TEAM BUILDING There is currently a swift turnover of recepltionists, as two had left […]
OUR UNOFFICIAL LIGHT-HEARTED MINUTES OF THE P.P.G. HELD TODAY (WEDS 10TH APRIL 2019) IN THE CHAIR WAS OUR CHAIRMAN RON SALES We were introduced to Val the Deputy Practice Manager, who has taken over from Chris. MINUTES The minutes of the last meeting were approved. ON-LINE PRESCRIPTION ORDERING It was pointed out that there […]
YOUR PATIENT’S GROUP IS MEETING ON WEDNESDAY 10TH APRIL AT 5PM This is the opportunity for you to have a say in how our Practice runs. These meetings would usually last around an hour We look forward to seeing you there. If you have a point you like raised on your behalf, please use the […]
If you would like to meet or speak to a member of the Blithehale Patient Participation Group: We are in reception from 9.30 – 12.30 and 1.30 – 5.00 today (Monday). We look forward to seeing you there.
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PATIENTS PANEL MET THEIR PUBLIC ON RECRUITEMENT DRIVE Earlier today members of the Patients Panel for the Royal London Hospital ‘manned’ a stand in the Foyer opposite the Discharge Lounge. They met with many interested people both from staff and patients, who were interested in…
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