Caring Town Totnes want your opinions!

“How are you?”

“What keeps you well?”

“What do you need more help or support with?”

 

The group of organisations behind Caring Town Totnes want to hear from you, and is inviting all residents of Totnes and surrounding parishes to fill in a short survey.

 

Martin Randall, General Manager at Leatside Surgery says “We’ve come together as a network to try to make sure that everyone in our community has the help and support that’s needed, across all stages of our lives. To best do this, we need to understand more about the needs and issues you and your loved ones are facing right now – and this survey will give us this information. We are asking all of our patients to take 10 minutes to fill it in”.

 

Fiona Ward, who coordinates the network adds “We’re asking everyone who lives in Totnes and the surrounding parishes to complete this anonymous survey. Ideally people will do it online but if you don’t have access to the internet, you can find paper copies at the Mansion, Leatside Surgery, Catherine House Surgery and Totnes Town Council. The survey is open now so please let us hear your voice! We’ll use what you tell us to build a picture of our community’s unmet needs, and decide where to focus our efforts. Thank you for helping with this important work.”

 

To take the survey please click here

 

Caring Town Totnes is a network of over 80 local organisations and groups who provide services and activities that support our community’s health and well-being. This includes Leatside and Catherine House GP Surgeries, Totnes Hospital, Totnes Town Council and our community organisations and charities such as Totnes Caring, Citizens Advice, Totnes Connection Hub, Proud 2 Be, Lifeworks, Citizens Advice and voluntary groups such as Walk & Talk and Bridgetown Alive – plus many more.

Find out more about Caring Town at www.caringtown.org.uk.

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