Published: Tuesday, 17 December 2019 21:29
Use the Right Service
New Campaign Launched - Use the Right Service
A new campaign, Use the Right Service, which helps people access the correct NHS service, has been launched across south west Hampshire and Southampton.
Use the Right Service promotes alternatives to A&E for non-emergencies, such as home care, pharmacies, 111 and Urgent Treatment Centres (UTCs), and is designed to support the reduction of pressure on A&E at Southampton General Hospital.
Over the coming months we will be promoting our integrated, cross partner campaign, via radio advertising on Heart FM and Smooth FM, digital and social media updates, street and transport advertising, as well as spreading the message through the distribution channels of local partners, such as GPs, councils, schools, voluntary organisations and community centres. Use the Right Service has its own website – https://usetherightservice.com/– and has been formed through a collaboration of 10 partners across the region: · Care UK · Hampshire County Council · Partnering Health Limited (PHL) · Solent NHS Trust · South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust · Southampton City Clinical Commissioning Group · Southampton City Council · Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust · University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust · West Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group
As NHS staff we have an important role to play as ‘ambassadors’, to ensure that people access the right NHS service, receive the highest quality care and to ensure that A&E and 999 services are used for those that urgently need them.
Please promote the ‘Use the Right Service’ campaign with colleagues, friends and family. Feel free to follow us on http://www.twitter.com/NHSRightServiceand www.facebook.com/usetherightservice.
Published: Tuesday, 03 December 2019 19:28
LIVESTOCK WORRYING IS A CRIMINAL OFFENCE
A DOG CAN CHANGE AN ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
IF YOU WITNESS LIVESTOCK WORRYING CALL 999 IMMEDIATELY
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Published: Friday, 15 November 2019 06:52
Over 150 VW's arrived at Beaulieu to start their sixth annual New Forest Santa Run in 2018, taking toys and craft items to Southampton General Hospital Piam Brown Unit which cares for children up to the age of 18 with cancer.
The charity run was so successful that not only were presents gathered for the Piam Brown unit for children and teenagers with cancer and haematological disorders, but there were enough gifts for children spending December in other wards across the whole hospital.
The event is open to all classic and custom VWs who are participating in the Santa Run; from split-screens, Beetles, buggies, golfs and caddies to T4s and T5s.
In 2018 prizes were given to the most eye-catching participants who entered into the Christmas spirit, with jolly festive costumes for themselves and their VWs: Best Dressed Family, Best Dressed Dog and Best Dressed Van.
The New Forest VW Santa Run will visit Beaulieu...
The New Forest VW Santa Run returns to Beaulieu for its seventh year on Sunday 1st December 2019.
Please note, the convoy will be departing for Southampton Hospital from Beaulieu at approximately 11.15am. If you wish to see the display you must arrive before this time. Visitor admission is from 10.00am.
For further details on participating in the event, please visit the Santa Run Facebook page.
VISITING OR TAKING PART?
There is a special rate for those participating in the event with an appropriate vehicle. Standard admission applies for all other visitors. Visitor tickets can be purchased in advance online or on arrival. A £1 handling charge per order applies when purchased by telephone.
As well as being an opportunity to view an array of VWs, there is also the opportunity to enjoy all that Beaulieu has to offer... Your entry will include admission to all the Beaulieu attractions including; The National Motor Museum, World of Top Gear, Place House, Beaulieu Abbey and more.
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Published: Friday, 15 November 2019 06:46
Travel back in time and visit the Victorian Montagu family home this festive season.
Visit us on 7 &8 December, 14 & 15 December and 21 December - 1 January* to see what the Montagu family members would have been doing during the festive season of 1889.
Sip a glass of warming mulled punch while you soak in the festive atmosphere of Palace House, with stunning decorations, welcoming log fires and a Christmas tree in each room - including a 20ft tree at the foot of the main staircase!
*Please note the Beaulieu attraction will be closed on Christmas Day.
CHRISTMAS PANTO REHEARSAL
He's behind you! Watch the Montagu family, played by costumed actors, hold a pantomime rehearsal.
Get creative! Join in with festive craft activities.
Christmas wouldn't be complete without a feast! Talk to Lord Montagu's cook and her kitchen maid as they prepare festive food in the Victorian Kitchen.
Warm up the vocal chords and get that Christmassy feeling! Gather around the crackling log fire and piano in the Lower Drawing Room to join in with traditional Christmas carols.
Dress up in period-perfect accessories for a selfie opportunity. Perfect for next year's Christmas card!
Sip a glass of mulled punch while warming yourself in front of the roaring log fire.
FIND THE CHRISTMAS MICE
'Twas the night before Christmas when all through the house...not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.' There are a few hiding in Palace House - can you find them all?
Indulge in a spot of Christmas shopping with local produce and beautiful souvenirs in our two on-site gift shops. From homemade goodies to motoring gifts, there's something for everyone.
Timings and content may vary. We reserve the right to amend the programme without warning as circumstances dictate.
TICKETS & INFORMATION
Our Victorian Christmas activities are included in your general admission ticket, which allows entry to The National Motor Museum, World of Top Gear, Palace House and Beaulieu Abbey .
Ticket prices & information
STAY IN TOUCH
Share snaps of your visit on our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter pages. We love seeing them!
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Published: Saturday, 19 October 2019 12:01
Please find details below regarding the County Lines/Child Criminal Exploitation/Police Information Sharing Event.
This training has been organised in conjunction with the SaferNewForest Partnership and will be held at Brockenhurst College on Wednesday, 13th November 2019.
For more information and to book a place, please click on the link below:
Please feel free to pass this information on to colleagues and partners in the New Forest.