Horsham District Older Peoples Forum: Council Plans, Local NHS News, Tax

October 4, 2022 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Age UK
Lavinia House
Dukes Square, Horsham RH12 1GZ

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Do you know what’s going on? Our NHS locally? Vaccinations? Council plans? Older people’s concerns? Here is your opportunity to find out, ask your questions and discuss what’s happening locally.

On Tuesday, 4th October 2022, starting at 10 am, the Older Peoples Forum will be holding a public meeting for its supporters, who will have the opportunity of hearing from the Leader of Horsham District Council, Cllr Jonathan Chowen, as to what the HDC is doing and what their plans are, Laura Robertson from the Sussex NHS Commissioners on the latest updates on vaccinations, GP access etc. and a talk on ‘Tax, Care & Toyboys’. There will be, as always, time for any concerns and other issues affecting local older people to be raised and discussed.

We will also hold a hopefully quick AGM, including a vote on a revised HDOPF Constitution for 2022, updating our 2015 one. Details on our website.

The meeting venue is at Age UK, Lavinia House, Dukes Square, Denne Road, Horsham RH12 1GZ if you would like to attend ‘in person’ or attend via Zoom. To reserve your place or request the Zoom joining information, please use our contact us page or email hdopforum@gmail.com

Horsham District Older Peoples Forum is an independent, non-political, voluntary group that is free to attend and take part in. It acts as the ‘ears’ of and gives a ‘voice’ to people aged 60 and over who reside in the Horsham District Council area or who care for someone who is. The Forum exists for anyone to raise issues that relate to or affect local older people. The Forum takes action where possible on issues that are raised i.e. takes up with local councils or with projects. They also act as an information hub and consultative group for anyone seeking the views of older people in the district on particular plans, topics or schemes that may affect older people of carers.

All meetings are free to attend: see future public meeting dates .

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