Practice Newsletter

June 2023
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May 2023
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Let's Talk Menopause Group









The 'Let's Talk Menopause' group is a friendly and welcoming group that runs monthly 7-8pm at the Park Lane Centre, Woodside. Please see flyer below for more information and up and coming dates. We will share the July to December dates when we have them.

Join us to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support 


Where: Woodside Medical Practice 

When: Wednesday 27th September 2023

Time: 11am - 1pm 


Join us in the foyer for a bake sale, all baked goods are kindly donated by WMP staff, and all proceeds will go to Macmillan to raise money for cancer support. 

If you or someone you know has battled or is battling cancer, come join us in showing your support for the cause and enjoy some lovely cakes. 


NHS Academy at the Park Lane Centre on Monday the 22nd May.


This free event can be attend as a full day or half day.


Information will be provided for anyone looking for a career or volunteering opportunities. There are two workshops included for anyone focusing on basic life support and dementia friends.


In addition to this there will be information stands:

  • Wolverhampton University
  • Bus 100 ( accessible transport to PRH)
  • DWP ( information on benefits of working )
  • Job Box/Learn Telford
  • National Careers Team


This event is free and aimed at anyone aged over 16 years. 

Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide Group


The group will commence in May and be held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month.  This offer is specifically targeted at adults aged 18+ who have been bereaved by suicide.
This information will be added to their public facing "Shropshire Council - Healthy Shropshire Mental Health" webpage which includes a section on bereavement and the details have been shared with both their Shropshire Bereavement Pathway and Suicide Bereavement service. 


For more information about SoBS please click on the following link: Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide – Overcoming the isolation of people bereaved by suicide (


SaTH Maternity Services Open Day, Saturday 13th May 2023


A Maternity Services open day will be held by The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (SaTH) on Saturday 13 May to allow those who are pregnant, considering parenthood or who have an interest in maternity services to learn more.

Taking place from 11am-4pm at the Shropshire Women and Children’s Centre, part of the Princess Royal Hospital in Telford, the maternity services open day will offer guided tours of the Trust’s Antenatal Ward, Delivery Suite, Midwife Led Unit and Postnatal Ward throughout the day.

Visitors will have the opportunity to meet maternity services teams, participate in Q&A sessions with midwives, watch simulation training and visit information stalls on areas including antenatal and postnatal care, labour and birth. The Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP) Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin will also be hosting a stall with support and information for those who would like to become involved in helping to shape maternity services at SaTH.

Admiral Nurse's Library Drop-ins 16th May 2023

Shropshire’s new Admiral Nurse team will be visiting several libraries during Dementia Action Week and will welcome opportunities to chat to people living with dementia and their families about the ways the team can help. The drop-in sessions will take place simultaneously at libraries in Oswestry, Shrewsbury, Bridgnorth and Ludlow on Tuesday 16 May from 2pm to 4pm.


With You - Shropshire Recovery Partnership

The charity, which has a centre in Shrewsbury and runs confidential outreach services across the county, provides support and advice to people struggling with alcohol, drug and mental health - both by self-referral or referrals from GPs.

A study previously published in 2016 by Drink Wise, Age Well and backed by With You Shropshire, detailed that age-related reasons for turning to alcohol are often the most potent and difficult to combat alone, including dealing with retirement (40%), bereavement (26%), loss of sense of purpose in life (20%), fewer opportunities to socialise (18%) and a change in financial circumstances (18%).

Between 2016 and 2023, GPs in the region have referred 277 clients to the With You service, which is helping to relieve the burden on the NHS by diverting care into the service, which provides a host of holistic therapies that are tailored to the needs of each service user.


Diabetes Week 2022 (13th-19th June)


Mental Health Contact Card


Social Prescribing Information


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