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Monday 31st July 2017

In Public Health they look at the way people in Tameside live as a whole population. This helps them understand what the main health and wellbeing challenges are for people living here, so they can look for ways to improve levels of health.

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Wednesday 26th July 2017

A huge £134m action plan to start to transform mental health in Greater Manchester has been launched. The investment - the biggest and most ambitious of its kind in the country – aims not only to put mental health on an equal footing with physical health but to start to deliver Greater Manchester’s vision of making sure that no child who needs mental health support will be turned away.

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Friday 14th July 2017

Encouraging kids to get healthy and active over the summer holidays has never been easier thanks to some great ideas from Change4Life.

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Thursday 13th July 2017

Local family charity Home-Start High Peak has had its funding prayers answered this month thanks to the award of £98,642 from BBC Children in Need. Spread over the next three years, the grant money ensures the charity will continue to operate, making a significant difference to the lives of disadvantaged children in the area.

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Wednesday 12th July 2017

Tameside Hospital in Greater Manchester is set to appoint up to 15 Kate Granger nurses. This new post has been developed in collaboration with the late hospital consultant’s husband, Chris Pointon, as a way of continuing the incredible work Kate began back in 2013.

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Monday 10th July 2017

BEING ill in the middle of the night is bad enough if you’re young and generally healthy, but imagine if you were 93 and living alone. It could be terrifying. That’s what happened to Droylsden pensioner Rhoda Davies. She not only lives by herself but has no close family. Her only option was to press her alarm pendant to summon Tameside Community Response.

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