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In the past 30 days, Muslim colleagues across the Trust took part in observing the holy month of Ramadan. This meant colleagues would fast throughout the day whilst seeking closeness to Allah (God). As Ramadan concludes it marks a time for celebration and enjoyment known as Eid-ul-Fitr. Eid brings together families and friends and allows Muslims...


People living across Lancashire and South Cumbria have been urged to get repeat prescription orders in early to avoid being without vital medication during the coming month which will see three bank holidays as well as nurses on strike. This year, in addition to the Early May Bank Holiday (1 May) and Spring Bank Holiday (29 May),...


Six Lancashire Teaching Hospitals apprentices have been shortlisted for the Lancashire & South Cumbria NHS Health & Social Care Apprenticeship Awards 2023, along with the Trust itself.  Nominations for the 11 award categories were open to organisations, training providers, or apprentices themselves, with all nominees working towards, or having completed in the last 12 months, an apprenticeship at an NHS...


Art Competition - Local schools invited to tell us which environmental issues matter most Lancashire Teaching Hospitals is hosting a special art competition aimed at finding out more about the environmental issues that most to the young people of Lancashire and South Cumbria. The Trust is hosting a sustainability themed art competition aimed at young...


Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been recognised for its commitment to making a positive impact with local communities across Lancashire and South Cumbria after being awarded Level 1 Social Value Quality Mark accreditation. As part of the accreditation, the Trust has made several pledges to promote employment, training and work experience opportunities with local...


The most vulnerable residents in Lancashire and South Cumbria are now able to get their COVID-19 spring booster. Eligible people across the region can book an appointment to have the jab or attend a walk-in centre without waiting to be invited by the NHS.   Some care home residents have been receiving the Spring booster in...


With hay fever season upon us, it’s important to know how to manage your symptoms and where to seek advice. As the weather warms up this spring, many of us are looking forward to spending more time outdoors. However, for those with hay fever, spring and summer can be a difficult time of year....


The Orange Button Community Scheme in Lancashire and South Cumbria has achieved a significant milestone having signed up 2,500 members. The suicide prevention scheme, which launched in September 2020, sees Orange Button ‘wearers’ train to be able to listen to and support people who are struggling and are having thoughts of suicide, and signpost them to appropriate...

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