We have received today the following information below from the Alwoodley Medical Centre Via our Local Ward Councillors for your attention.
“We would like to take an opportunity to update you on our engagement activity regarding our proposal to close the surgery at Adel.
I attach for your reference the report produced externally based on the responses received to the engagement activity so far.”
Adel initial engagement report
We have been sent the attached an “Adel Walks” booklet from the Adel Neighbourhood Forum Via Cllr Barry Anderson which you may find of interest to you.
Please feel free to share it to anyone you think might be interested in this.
You may wish to download the pdf file here: Adel Walks Booklet (1)
See latest update Cllr Barry Anderson received from the Council this evening.
“As a result of this Cllr. Caroline Anderson and I will not be doing our usual street surgeries throughout the Ward during this time so as to minimise risk to any residents through having face to face contact as per guidelines.
However, we would be happy to hear from anyone via email of any concerns or problems they may have in terms of the current emergency or any other issues. If residents email us we will be able to take appropriate action.
We will still be able to visit external sites, for example to look at excessive tree growth, potholes, any other highways issues etc.
In order to provide support to those residents who don’t have access to electronic means we would ask that you let any of your friends or neighbours who fall into this category to make contact through you so that you can pass the details to us.
I attach a paper Covid19 that is going to be discussed at the Council’s Executive Board Meeting on Wednesday about this serious issue if you want more detail.”
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