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The new data protection regulation comes into effect on 25th May 2018.  Please see 'Further Information' column- GDPR

Live Well Stay Well

 Live Well Stay Well is a free service that has helped thousands of people to lose weight, quit smoking, get more active, feel happier or manage their diabetes.  The service can also support you with the emotional challenges of managing your long term condition.  Click HERE for further information.

Health Help Now

This is a free web service for people in Bucks which they can access from their phone, laptop or tablet so they can check their symptoms and get NHS advice about the best place to go for their health concerns.  All pharmacies, dentists and GP surgeries in Bucks are listed, as well as A&E details and the Minor Injuries and Illness Unit.  The site shows the nearest services and provides a map of their location.  It’s also time sensitive, with details on whether services are open or closed and which pharmacies are open or closed on bank holidays. Interested? you can access it HERE

Emergency Food for People in Crisis

Burnham Health Promotion Trust (BHPT) is a recognised referral agency to both Slough Food Bank and Maidenhead Food Share.  Click here for information on how to access this service

Bank Holidays

Don't forget that Burnham Health Centre is closed on Bank Holidays! 

Mental Health in Young People

This leaflet has been produced by Burnham Health Promotion Trust and has details of national and local sources of help and support of young people living in, or going to school in the Burnham area: Where To Go for Mental Health Support

Memory Information Session

The Alzheimer's Society is providing a free Memory information session.  See leaflet for further information

Stop Female Genital Mutilation

Support for survivors of FGM. Stop Female Genital Mutilation

Pregnancy Notification Forms

All newly pregnant women wishing to deliver their baby at Wexham Park Hospital are required to register their details on their website. For further information visit:


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