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Integrated Neighbourhood Working in Boston and the Surrounding Area

 

Neighbourhood working logoIntegrated Neighbourhood Working will be the theme of a networking event and jobs fayre organised by Boston Primary Care Network and the Boston Neighbourhood Team.  The event will be held on Thursday 23 September at Fydell House, South Street Boston from 2.00pm to 7.00pm.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

There will be a chance to talk to a range of healthcare professionals about the services they are offering as well as seeing all of the vacancies that are currently on offer.  It also gives the opportunity to hear about what the neighbourhood team and primary care network have planned for the local area.

In addition there will be representatives from a range of other local organisations including Fire and Rescue, Boston Borough Council East Lindsey District Council, the Jobcentre and the Well-being service.

All of these additional organisations who will be in attendance will be available to give information about the wide range of service they offer, how they can help residents as well as their local job vacancies.

The One You Lincolnshire service will also be in attendance and will be able to give advice on how to move more, eat healthier and reduce alcohol consumption through simple and sustainable lifestyle changes.

Translated posters available (Latvian, Russian, Bulgarian, Lithuanian, Polish and Romanian)

Louise Price, Neighbourhood Lead for the Boston area said:

“Everyone is welcome to come along and chat to not only health professionals but also the wide range of other organisations that will be here.  The team has worked really hard to get as many different organisation here as possible and I am sure that there will be something for everyone.

“By working together we really can make our local communities great places to live in, work in and visit.”