Third round of community health and care events launched

Herefordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) have launched their third round of health and community care events, aimed at sharing people’s experiences of primary and community care services in Herefordshire. 

Since July, the CCG has held a series of workshops to better understand how people use local community services, what doesn’t work well and what can be improved.

Following the success of these workshops, the CCG would now like to share the feedback they have received, in order to design future services that are tailored to what matters most to people in Herefordshire.

Dr Ian Tait, GP and Chair of NHS Herefordshire CCG, said: “We have been delighted with the response from local residents to get involved and share their experiences of primary and community care services.”

“The October events will be a great opportunity for local patients and public to drop-in and read what people’s experiences are and what improvements need to be made. We encourage all local residents to come along and get involved in the event.”

“If people can’t make these drop-in sessions, then our online survey is available”

Dates for the October sessions are: 




2 October 2017

5.30pm– 7.30pm

CCG offices,22 St Owen Street, Hereford

3 October 2017

4.30pm – 6.30pm

The Masonic Hall, Kington

4 October 2017

4.30pm – 6.30pm

The Community Centre, Ledbury

5 October 2017

4.00pm – 6.30pm

The Larruperz Centre, Ross-on-Wye

9 October 2017

4.30pm - 6.30pm

St Peters Church Hall, Bromyard

12 October 2017

10.30 – 6.30pm

The Foyer, Leominster Library, Leominster

More information about the community health and care event can be found at