Monthly Archives: July 2018
In our 3rd week – another very interesting talk given by Maureen Watson at the Eastrea Centre.
Cllr David Mason is back home having been unwell over the weekend….I hope he makes a speedy recovery…. ©WTC
This years ‘Flu Clinic’ @ New Queen Street Surgery will be delayed until October. (Normally September) This is because a ‘new’ vaccine that is being used. Dates of clinics to be confirmed.
A trial of telephone booking of appointments at The New Queen Street started earlier this month. The reasons we are told are because the ‘old’ system was unsustainable with the amount of patients and the availability of Doctors. There is … Continue reading
Seeing what I presumed was the Pig Dyke Molly Dancers practicing on ancient market place….
A record attendance tonight with 19 members of the PPG attending the meeting. Tomorrow I will update on ‘The Telephone Booking of Appointments’ is going. Tonight saw a cheque for £825:00 handed over to Dr Gary Howsan for a 24 … Continue reading
Plenty of meetings and events that I’ve been too, been out and about on my Litter Picking campaign (Therapy) and the usual incoming messages about contentious concerns here in our town. So lets start with the Kings Dyke Crossing….after receiving … Continue reading
Remember on the 7th July New Queen Street Surgery held a 70th NHS anniversary promo outside of the surgery. The group raise a very credible £325:00 during the morning from its cakes, drinks and sponsors stall (Mrs Pearl Burdock) + … Continue reading
Paul Bedford and I represented our ‘Year’ @ Sir Harry Smiths to pay our respects and condolences to our school friend Peter Carter. Peter was brought up on Peterborough Road and went to Kings Dyke School before SHS He married class … Continue reading
As ‘if’ there wasn’t enough Thory’s lorries passing around our town, yesterday saw yet again one taking a short cut through Market Street…..Stop it please – there is a weight restriction….catch you again and I’ll send the evidence to your Boss…. … Continue reading