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Hastings community creates food safety net for residents in need

Hastings Voluntary Action recently released the following press release applauding the efforts of a number of local community groups, who have united in order to feed those in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

Posted 10:38 Thursday, May 28, 2020 In: Covid-19 Tags: community Hastings Emergency Food Response Group Hastings Voluntary Action heart

Key coronavirus message from the council

Hastings Borough Council has a leading role to play in combating the coronavirus, passing on advice from the government, liaising with local support groups and as a key point of contact in the community hub. Deputy leader Colin Fitzgerald provides an update on actions taken and urges everyone to keep following government advice. 

Posted 17:09 Sunday, Apr 19, 2020 In: Covid-19 Tags: CA1066 Colin Fitzgerald comunity hub ESCC Hastings Borough Council Hastings Community Transport heart HVA Kim Forward

Huge community response helps people in lockdown

Huge numbers of selfless residents have stepped up to help isolated people cope with the Coronavirus pandemic. HEART, the organisation coordinating the volunteer response, reports.

Posted 21:18 Tuesday, Apr 14, 2020 In: Covid-19 Tags: heart

Heart to heart (3)

In part three of ‘Heart to heart’, Sean O’Shea concludes his account of his journey through the NHS, and describes some of the lessons he has learned.

Posted 15:23 Wednesday, Jul 30, 2014 In: SOS Tags: heart nhs pills

Heart to heart (2)

Before Christmas HOT columnist Sean O’ Shea was diagnosed as having heart problems (HOT 13th December, 2013). In part two of Heart to Heart he shares some more of his experiences with the NHS. 

Posted 20:24 Monday, Mar 3, 2014 In: SOS Tags: British Heart Foundation heart nhs
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Heart to heart

Owing to health problems HOT columnist Sean O’Shea has not been frequenting his usual haunts of late. He discusses some of his encounters with the health service, the mixed blessing that is modern medicine and some of his hopes for the New Year.

Posted 14:40 Friday, Dec 13, 2013 In: SOS Tags: health heart Iatrogenic medication
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