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Broxtowe Council Links Up With Businesses On LinkedIn
Want to know the latest in Broxtowe’s business development? Want to find out more about the Council’s commercial properties? Want to have your say on issues that could affect your business? Broxtowe Borough Council is now on LinkedIn.
Following the success of its Facebook and Twitter pages in increasing interaction with its residents, the Council has added LinkedIn to its list of social networks to help improve its relationships with business owners throughout the borough, to support the Council’s Commercial Strategy and to better connect with potential job applicants.
Anyone who decides to follow the Council on LinkedIn will join over 3,000 people on Facebook, nearly 7,000 people on Twitter, and over 23,500 people on its Email Me service, receiving the latest news and information from the Council directly. From weekly jobs newsletters to helpful information on services, notices of upcoming events and consultations to fun news from around the Borough; the Council’s social media channels are continually growing and delivering more to residents.
Visit our LinkedIn page and follow us (Opens in a New Window) to keep up to date with all the latest business and jobs information in Broxtowe.
FREE Workplace NHS Health Checks
The NHS Health Check is a simple, free 20-30 minute check-up for 40-74 year olds to see if they have an increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease (e.g. a heart attack or stroke) in the future. It also checks for signs that may lead to diabetes or kidney disease. Those who are at increased risk are offered advice, support and treatment as appropriate to reduce and manage their risk.
Nottinghamshire County Council is responsible for making sure that everyone who is eligible has the opportunity to have a check-up. Most people have the check at their GP practice, but some people find it difficult to access this service. We therefore commission Phakey’s Pharmacy, Nottingham, to deliver community and workplace-based sessions so that people who can’t get a check at their GP practice don’t have to miss out.
We are keen to reach out to as many people as possible who are eligible for the check, so are inviting you to host a free NHS Heart Check-Up session at your workplace or organisation, delivered by our NHS pharmacist or pharmacy technician. An agreement will be made clearly stating the responsibilities of all parties.
This is an excellent chance to benefit your staff and people attending your organisation, so we hope that you will take this opportunity to get involved.
For further information about arranging a session, please contact:
Meeta Phakey, Phakey’s Pharmacy, 149 Carlton Road, Nottingham NG3 2FN (Email: email@example.com Tel: 0115 9507402)
For further information about the NHS Heart Check-Up programme in Nottinghamshire, please contact:
Jill Burn, Public Health Support Officer, Nottinghamshire County Council (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel. 07768 982272)
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