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Mid Sussex Health and Wellbeing Network

The Network is made up of organisations with an interest in health and wellbeing in its widest sense including commissioners and providers of services from private, public and voluntary sector organisations

Where?

Haywards Heath Town Council
40 Boltro Road
Haywards Heath
RH16 1BA (see Google map)

Telephone: 01444 455694

Public Transport                                                                                      

Haywards Heath train station is only a few hundred meters away from the Town Council should you wish to travel by train.

By car                                                                                                             

Parking spaces are limited at the Town Council and surrounding roads (restrictions of an hour on nearby roads) so please car share where possible.

The closest car park can be found by the Beech Hurst Harvester on Butler’s Green Road (A272), Haywards Heath, RH16 4BB.

When?  

Due to COVID current network meetings have been postponed, as soon as this changes we shall update all our members and advertise on our website.

The Network would normally meet on a quarterly basis, 10am - 12pm (arrive from 9.30am for tea and coffee).

Agenda

To be confirmed nearer the time, if you would like to promote your service, please email Nick Hurley.

How to book your place                                                                                

Email Mid Sussex Wellbeing or call us on 01444 477191.

Previous Meetings Agendas

22nd January

Mid Sussex Community Support

Steve Morton – West Sussex County Council, Contextual Safeguarding Delivery Officer- Raise awareness about the West Sussex Way to County Lines drug supply and Cuckooing

Catherine Pardoe - Community & Volunteer Coordinator - YMCA Positive Placements YMCA Positive Placements

Susan Latter - Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust. Update Members on the new Living Well programme for loacl Residents living with a LTMC.

October 2nd 2019

Mid Sussex Community Support

WSCC Public Health Age Well Campaign - Kate Birrell (Public Health Lead for Ageing Well) – Introducing the new Public Health Ageing Well Campaign.

Local Energy Advice Partnership - Matthew Bird (Mid Sussex District Council, Sustainability Officer) – Update on the Local Energy Advice Partnership. 

Pathfinder Drop In Sessions - Martin Rhodes (Sussex Oakleaf) – Update on the Tier 2 Mental Health Pathfinder service. Extra information on Pathfinder Pathfinder West Sussex.

April 24th 2019

Connected and Keep learning

West Sussex Library Service web page - Lousia Cork, Librarian, Whats on offer for Families and other Wellbeing services. 

Mid Sussex Voluntary Action  - Sue Edgson , Manager, Volunteering opportunities and training in Mid Sussex.

Aspire Sussex - Tom Marsden Operations and Development Manager, Learn, enjoy and achieve through the wide selection of learning opportunties through Aspire Sussex.

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