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Two women talking at a small table while holding a note pad and a mug

 

Insight Healthcare are working with Rushcliffe Borough Council (BC) and Rushcliffe Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to raise awareness about the importance of talking therapies.

Visitors to the annual Rush4Health event in September, run by Rushcliffe BC and Rushcliffe CCG, were asked to contribute their thoughts and activities around the importance of talking.

Sylvia Bell, who is a volunteer from the Keyworth Friendship Club, is pictured with Insight Healthcare Team Leader, Gemma Gration, receiving her prize for coming up with a fantastic idea at the event: suggesting that local people come along to their meetings and find like-minded people to talk to.

Sessions take place on Thursdays from 2.00-4.00pm and are held at:

Keyworth Centenary Lounge
Elm Avenue
Keyworth

Nottingham
NG12 5AN

Telephone: 0115 937 4360

Free community transport can be arranged for clients who may struggle to get there. If you are interested in attending, please do drop in or call Sylvia on 0115 937 4360.

The Keyworth Friendship Club started in 1958 (as ‘The Derby and Joan’), and has since evolved into the group it is today.

 

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