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Droitwich Spa and Rural Areas Networking Event

The next Network Meeting organised by Droitwich Spa and Rural CVS takes place on Tuesday 28 April at 1.00pm at The Old Library Centre, 65 Ombersley Street East, Droitwich Spa, WR9 8QS. Lunch will be provided.

"We would like this meeting to be a good networking opportunity for all the local VCS groups and organisations. Please feel free to bring along any posters, fliers and information you would like distributed."

DCVS has invited Carol Cumino who is Chief Executive of Worcestershire Association of Carers and is also the VCS ‘reflector’ on the Worcestershire Health and Well-Being Board. The Health and Well-being Board oversees the new system for local health commissioning. It leads on the strategic planning and co-ordination of NHS, Public Health, Social Care and related Children's Services.  Carol will tell us about her role on the Board, along with her Deputy Jonathan Sutton. She will talk about the Board and would also like to hear about current concerns of the sector regarding health & well-being.

If you would like to attend please complete the Booking Form, stating whether you would like to join us for lunch also.

Please feel free to pass this onto anyone you think would be interested in coming along.

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