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CuddingtonandSandiwayOnline is operating with a handful of volunteer editors and we are always searching for local stories and upcoming events...

We are sure there is someone in Cuddington, Sandiway or Delamere Park who is doing something amazing for a charity, their neighbours, their club, inspiring others or has an interesting story to tell.

Maybe you have a small business based locally that you'd like to tell us about?  Or maybe your business is already present in our Directory but needs some corrections?

If so, or if you have anything else you would like to share with fellow residents, please send us your story. Either send us detailed copy and we will publish it online or, if you would prefer us to write it for you, just send us some basic details and we can create the article.  Don't forget to include photos... they always grab attention of our readers.

Just send your information to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will get in touch.

Thank you.

 

FOUR HOUSES - Ashbank House, The Old Mill House, White Lodge, The Round Tower

'Four Houses - Ashbank House, The Old Mill House, White Lodge, The Round Tower' by Jill E King - C.C.Publishing(Chester) priced £11.95.

This month, May 2021, sees the publication of the sixth book by local writer and historian Jill King.

The stories of four different houses, and those who have lived in them for over 200 years.

This fascinating read from new, original research can be obtained by contacting the author directly on 01606-888402  /  email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by visiting the publisher's website - www.cc-publishing.co.uk

Danebridge Patient Participation Group (PPG)

The local Parish is covered by a number of GP Practices based in Northwich, Weaverham and Frodsham.  Currently, the practice with the most local patients is Danebridge Medical Centre. This page refers only to the Danebridge Patient Participation Group (PPG) - other GP Practices will have their own PPG groups and should be reached through their websites / offices.

The PPG, sometimes also known as the PRG (Patient Reference Group), continue to work with the Practice for the Practice. The PPG is a committee of voluntary patients who support the work of the practice – this unique partnership between patients and their practices is essential to achieving high quality and responsive care. The Danebridge committee meet monthly along with practice representatives to discuss matters arising and to discuss on-going suggested improvements within the practice. From 1 April 2015, it has been a requirement in the GP Contract for all practices to have a PPG.

The role of the PPG includes:

  • Being a critical friend to the practice;
  • Advising the practice on the patient perspective and providing insight into the responsiveness and quality of services;
  • Encouraging patients to take greater responsibility for their own and their family’s health;
  • Carrying out research into the views of those who use the practice;
  • Organising health promotion events and improving health literacy;
  • Regular communication with the patient population.

The PPG would welcome any views and/or concerns you may have, but they must be about general issues. You can address any mail to Danebridge PPG, c/o Danebridge Medical Centre (see www.danebridge.org.uk/danebridge-medical-centre) or email your comments to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You can also drop a note in at any of the three reception desks. The PPG would love to hear your views and concerns, but they must be about general issues - the PPG cannot cover personal matters. Please take up any personal issues directly with the surgery.

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Should you wish to discuss any relevant topic with one of these local PPG members, please send a message to the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (listed on the “Contact Us” page) and somebody will call you.

Minutes of the PPG meetings are listed here: www.danebridge.org.uk/prg-minutes and other information here: www.danebridge.org.uk/patient-reference-group-prg.

PRESS HERE to view the website for the National Association of Patient Participation.

 

Our Website Development Team needs some help!

 

www.cuddingtonandsandiwayonline.org was created 5 years ago as an output from the Cuddington Parish “Village Plan”.  The main aim has been to raise awareness of existing services, activities and facilities in the village and to communicate news and opinion which embraces  all village sources.  The Parish Council continue sponsorship and support for the website.

The website is typically visited by 2,000 ‘unique visitors’ each month and receives ~3,500 visits per month, with users accessing multiple pages each visit.

The Website Development Team are tasked with regular validation and updating of all the information displayed.  They aim to ensure that the News / What’s On sections of the website always remain up-to-date and relevant.

 

We urgently need:

  • Help from two or three local residents who can check out and document news stories and validate some of the ‘Directory’ information

  • Technical help to update the various pages within the website.


Please contact us by sending an email to Russ Smith at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website Accessibility

We are a community website run by volunteers. We know that some parts of our website are not fully accessible. If you are experiencing problems accessing this website, or if you know of others who cannot access it, please contact the webmaster by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , including information about any alternative format that is suitable. We will endeavour to supply information in alternative formats.

If you are keen to assist the volunteer team to improve the accessibility of this website, please also get in touch with the webmaster.