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Staying Healthy- Closing Date 15th November 2018

Source By: Healthwatch Hackney

Thursday 15 November
Time: 10.30am-2.30pm
Venue: Pembury Community Centre 3 Atkins Square Dalston Lane E8 1FA

Find out about local support available to stay healthy and well at this free community event. Activities include free massage, foot health, bloody pressure checks, smoothie bike, cooking healthy food on a budget. You can also pick up some free fruit and veg.

No need to book, just drop-in.


Let's talk about Outpatients- Wednesday 21st November 2018

Source By: Healthwatch Hackney

Wed 21 November, 1-3.30pm
Pembury Community Centre
3 Atkins Square Dalston Lane

Share your experiences of Outpatients to help improve the service. Outpatients is all planned hospital appointments that don't include overnight stay e.g. dermatology, diabetes, gynaecology, breast services and cardiology.

Book: call 0207 7923 8358 or online

Connect Hackney commissioning opportunities- Closing Date 12th November 2018

Source By: Connect Hackney

Connect Hackney has two commissioning opportunities. 

The first is for an Embeded Researcher. The tender price for this contract is capped at £250k and the closing dates for bids is 12pm on Monday 12thNovember 2018. 

The second is for community activities. £80k is available for this strand of work and bids are capped at £20k for project delivery taking place from January 2019 to December 2020.

All the information is available here:

Celebrating Hackney women

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This year is the 100th anniversary of women over 30 getting the vote for the first time in the UK. This paved the way for universal suffrage 10 years later when women won equal voting rights to men.

Throughout the year, we will be celebrating the achievements of local women, past and present, and the contribution they make to our communities through various events and exhibitions.

As part of this, we are looking to showcase 100 Hackney women who are driving change and making a difference in their community, and are asking residents to send in nominations. 

Nominate a Hackney woman

Nominees should live or work in Hackney and be driving change in their community. For example, they could be:

  • women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM)
  • young leaders
  • community volunteers
  • equality campaigners, including LGBTQI+, disability rights, race and discrimination
  • those helping to end violence against women
  • arts and culture, including writers, poets, spoken word artists, directors
  • sportswomen
  • women in public life, including politicians and business leaders
  • women in public services, including the police force, fire brigade and NHS staff

We want to hear about your inspirational local women. If we haven't listed an area you would like to nominate someone from, please do still nominate.

We will be collecting nominations until November 2018. All nominations should include a photograph of the nominee with 100-200 words explaining why they should be celebrated as part of the 100 Hackney women.

Nominate now

Nominations can also be posted to: Tara Hudson, Communications, Culture and Engagement, Hackney Town Hall, Mare Street, E8 1EA.

City & Hackney Maternity Voices Partnership Expressions of Interest documents

Source By: City and Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group

NHS City & Hackney are looking to find a local organisation to run their local maternity coice partnership. Please find attached below expressions of interest documents.




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