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Stortford care home's dementia sufferers benefit from blankets and muffs made by WI group

Stortford care home's dementia sufferers benefit from blankets and muffs made by WI group

Stortford care home's dementia sufferers benefit from blankets and muffs made by WI group

Patients can find it comforting to 'fiddle' with fabrics of different textures, small toys and familiar items such as keys, buttons and beads.


Silver Years Ballet raises the barre for local exercise classes

Silver Years Ballet raises the barre for local exercise classes

Silver Years Ballet raises the barre for local exercise classes

Twinkle-toed retired folk are benefitting body and soul from a series of weekly ballet classes


Learning to live with those post scan day worries

Learning to live with those post scan day worries

Learning to live with those post scan day worries

Beth Purvis, aka Bowel Warrior, a 40-year-old mother of two from Elsenham, writes about living with stage 4 cancer


Hillmead pupils treat people with dementia to afternoon full of song

Hillmead pupils treat people with dementia to afternoon full of song

Hillmead pupils treat people with dementia to afternoon full of song

The year 5 pupils filled the Rhodes auditorium with their angelic voices to showcase how music can improve the well-being of people with dementia.


Woman with long Royal Mail experience to deliver the goods at ambulance service

Woman with long Royal Mail experience to deliver the goods at ambulance service

Woman with long Royal Mail experience to deliver the goods at ambulance service

Nicola Scrivings to chair board of East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust in switch from Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust


Stortford pharmacy to introduce cashpoint-style 24-hour prescription collection

Stortford pharmacy to introduce cashpoint-style 24-hour prescription collection

Stortford pharmacy to introduce cashpoint-style 24-hour prescription collection

Patient will receive a text message saying prescription is ready then go to collection point, enter PIN, pay if required and collect medication.


Hockerill Anglo-European student defies paralysis to achieve first class degree

Hockerill Anglo-European student defies paralysis to achieve first class degree

Hockerill Anglo-European student defies paralysis to achieve first class degree

Gerard Murphy graduated from Exeter in the summer after resuming his studies in Arabic and geography following his devastating injuires.


Developer boosts Go Team Elmo appeal

Developer boosts Go Team Elmo appeal

Developer boosts Go Team Elmo appeal

Persimmon Homes Essex donated the cash to Elmo Michelson after supporters applied to the company's Community Champions fund.


Busting some chemo myths: I kept my hair, didn't have my head down the loo and looked well

Busting some chemo myths: I kept my hair, didn't have my head down the loo and looked well

Busting some chemo myths: I kept my hair, didn't have my head down the loo and looked well

Beth Purvis, aka Bowel Warrior, writes for the Indie as a 40-year-old married mum living with stage 4 cancer


Meet The Baby Chain gang: The one-stop shop for mothers and mums-to-be

Meet The Baby Chain gang: The one-stop shop for mothers and mums-to-be

Meet The Baby Chain gang: The one-stop shop for mothers and mums-to-be

'Our mission is to offer a positive, nurturing and holistic community that will support mothers on every step of their journey.'


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