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Healthwatch Hubs

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Healthwatch Lincolnshire would like to welcome the following groups to the HUB Network


Age UK Spalding

Beat-IT Grantham

Boston Macular Support Group

Breast Cancer Self Help Group, Boston

Breatheasy, Gainsborough

Carers First Lincoln – carers support group

Caring Companions, Bourne

Caythorpe and Ancaster Patient Participation Group (PPG)

Christchurch Community Transport, Stamford

Christchurch Day Centre Hub, Stamford

Coastal Centre, the Mablethorpe

Dementia Support South Lincs HUB Bourne

Diabetes Self Help Group, Stamford, Oakham and Uppingham

Disability Network West Lindsey (DNWL) made up of over 19 individual groups

Discovery House Carers Lincoln

NEW April 2018 EMBRACE Louth and Mablethorpe

NEW February 2018 Gosberton House Academy, Spalding

Grantham Seniors Forum

Headway Boston, Lincoln and Grantham

NEW July 2018 International  Senior Group, Grantham

Jubilee Church Life Centre

Keep Active, Boston

the Knitters, Spalding

Lincoln Elders Forum

Lincoln Macular Support Group

Lincolnshire Branch the REME Association

Louth Men’s Shed

NEW May 2018 NK Seniors, Sleaford

NEW March 2018 Nordic Walking Group, Boston

Parkinson’s UK, Lincoln

NEW March 2018 Pointon Peddlers, Boston

St Barnabas Friendship Group, Spalding

NEW April 2018 Shareing the Care, Grantham

Skegness Hospital WATCH

Skegness Kingfisher Friendship Group

Sutterton Park Lodge Coffee Morning Group

NEW April 2018 Syston and Barkston Macular Society

WELCOME Club Woodhall Spa

NEW April 2018 Well Woman Group, Gainsborough



About Healthwatch Hubs

In each town and village we are asking existing and new local community groups to sign up to become part of the Healthwatch Lincolnshire network to help give feedback about local health and social care services.

Each group will be asked to discuss and feed back to Healthwatch Lincolnshire (a minimum of 4 times per year) of what their member’s recent experiences have been concerning all health and social care services.

This format is much more informal and we hope will enable people to feel more comfortable with sharing their experiences, it also helps us reach many more people. The information from the network will then be part of the quarterly provider network meetings that Healthwatch Lincolnshire will be facilitating involving local health and care organisation. We feel this will enable you to get your voice heard much quicker and straight to the heart of the people that need to hear it.

Community Groups

If you already run a community group or are keen to set one up and become part of the Healthwatch Hub network, please feel free to email Oonagh Quinn to discuss this further.

Local Service Provider and Commissioner

We would also like to open up the opportunity to our hubs to be part of influencing more services.  By offering local commissioners and providers of health and care services the chance to network with local people through our Healthwatch Hubs, we will be inviting many people to share their experiences.  For instance, community health may wish to ask hub members specific questions about their views of community nurses or health visitors.

If you are a local service provider or commissioner please contact Nicola Tallent – email for more information.