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NEW - MARCH 2020* here at Spring Gardens Medical Practice! Monthly Age UK advice/info desk in the waiting room with Jenny from Age UK here to help you!

**The Practice will now be having a MONTHLY visit from local charity Age UK (Worcester), who will have an information/advice stand on display in our waiting room! Jenny from Age UK will be there at the stand, hoping to have a chat with lots of you to tell you what support Age UK can give you. She is there to help and can answer any questions, and get you linked up with Age UK, no matter your worry or problem. There is lots of support that Age UK can give to older people in the area, and they hope to see you there at the stand. **

Jenny from Age UK will be with us at the stand in the waiting room on the 3rd WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH from 9.30am. Dates below:

- Weds 18th March 2020

- Weds 22nd April 2020

- Weds 20th May 2020

...more dates to be added for June onwards. Please come and have a chat with Jenny, or simply pick up some leaflets/contact details, to get support for yourself or loved one.

AGE UK - New Computer Café 

AGE UK have a new Computer Café starting up at The Hive on the 5th February which also happens to be #SaferInternetDay 2019!

The café takes place at The hive from 10AM – 12PM.

Although they will be looking at being safe on the internet attendees can bring their own laptops/phones/tablets with any digital questions for thier ‘professionals’. You can drop in or sign up here

It has come to our attention that the organisation "Pharmacy 2 U" has used the practice's name on its marketing material. Please note, the practice does not utilise, promote, engage with, or otherwise have any dealings with Pharmacy 2 U, and, furthermore has not given, nor has been asked, for consent for the practice name to appear on any advertising material.

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