NHS 111

NHS promotion of 111 Service

Information from the NHS
Promoting the NHS’s 111 service.
The NHS will be aiming to increase resident’s
understanding that for urgent, non-emergency treatment
the 111 service should be their first point of contact.
By directing residents to 111 we’ll be able to reduce the
number of non-emergency visits to our A&E’s services.
We’re currently planning a regional campaign, which is
due to start in June/July.

Dog Fouling in the Recreation Ground

STUDDAL RECREATION GROUND

Picture of Children's swings

Picture of Children’s Swings

Dog walkers are reminded that dogs in their charge must be kept on a lead as this is a recreation area, not a park.  All dog faeces must be removed and deposited in the bin provided.  Apart from the obvious unpleasant effects of dog fouling there are potential health risks. Dogs can be affected by several types of worm, one of which can cause serious illness in children.

It is an offence for any person in charge of a dog not to remove any faeces deposited by a dog in their charge.