Thursday 4 August, 11am – 2pm, Methodist Church, Witney
The NHS in Oxfordshire is calling on young people, parents, patients, carers and people who live and work in Oxfordshire to have their say on how health care is delivered. Events are being held to encourage people to ‘drop in’ and have an informal conversation with NHS clinicians and staff to share their ideas on how NHS services in Oxfordshire can deliver high quality care now and in the future.
The NHS in Oxfordshire is seeking your views on how local GP, community and hospital services should develop so that services are of high quality, closer to home, more convenient with better access and can overcome a £200m funding gap by 2020/21. The events are informal ‘drop-in’s with NHS clinicians and staff on hand to take questions and feedback.
They will focus on:
- the financial health challenges within Oxfordshire
- how we can improve the overall health of people in Oxfordshire
- how we can prevent people from getting ill
- how we can improve quality
- make best use of tax payers money
- How you can get more actively involved including hearing about our plans for public consultation later in the year around models of care across Oxfordshire
Open to the public, no booking required.
Get your summer edition of the Chipping Norton News for only 50p in all out outlets around town and see these and other stories in detail.
Looking for things to do this summer?
The Summer Chippy News edition has a full 4 page pullout with lots of things to do over the summer in and around Chipping Norton…including a whole host of places you can go for a date trip by bus.
Town Buses – use them or lose them
The New Town shuttle bus is up and running every hour. Do you want to get from Hailey Road to the shops to Aldi and to the Hospital and doctors? See latest Chippy News for a timetable. Also it’s good news as Pulhams decide to keep the X8 and X9 running…for the time being….so get out and use them
Could Waitrose be coming to Chipping Norton? The News hears that they have bought an option on a local site. What could this mean for the Town’s current supermarkets and the town centre shopping.
Hounds hunt for new home
Could the Heythrop Hunt hounds be on the move from their kennels in Chipping Norton? Tally Ho.
With the National vote on the EU referendum showing a clear 52/48% in favour of Leave, our local results differed somewhat. Overall in Oxfordshire there was a clear Remain vote with Oxford City leading the way and Cherwell the only narrow Leave vote.
Oxford City – 70.3/29.7% Remain
Vale of White Horse – 56.7/43.3% Remain
South Oxfordshire – 55/45% Remain
West Oxfordshire – 53.7/46.3% Remain
Cherwell – 49.7/50.3% Leave
What do you think? – tell the News for our September edition email Chippymail@aol.com
With the help of St Mary’s Church a new youth club starts up on 24 June up at Glyme Hall from 3.15. For school years 7 to 11. Go and try it out.
Chippy’s new round town shuttle bus is now in action – stopping regularly all round town, including the shops, Hailey Road and to the hospital and doctors. Full details in our June issue –More drivers needed and please use it or lose it!
The Mayor is chairing a Town Hall debate on Wed 15 June at 7.30 – with a panel for both sides. Everyone welcome.
Don’t forget to vote on the Referendum on 23 June. See this month’s News for local views both for IN and OUT – and the results of our Facebook Poll – it’s running very close.