What is the PSSG (Pulham Surgery Support Group)

We now have our own Facebook page give it a look ( pulham surgery support group ) why not let us know what you think, and your ideas are always welcome.
We are always welcoming to new members why not come along and give us a try you will be very welcome.
Photo`s, Members enjoying a chat at the last meeting.

We need helpers (volunteers) if you would like to know more please contacts us through the contact tab above for information.

Please note you can download a practical guide to helping at home for carers (read on line or print your own copy) just follow the link below

Hearing problems call at Normans CLINIC EVERY SECOND WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH AT THE Swan Hotel in Harleston 10am until 12noon

SIGNPOST, Please NOTE until further notice, for help please contact Norman Steer on 01379854245 or e mail rand@steerfamily.plus.com thankyou.

The PSSG was established in 1994 and is made up of enthusiastic patients and volunteers who enjoy getting together. People come to make friends, meet new contacts, find useful information about health and social issues and hear from speakers on selected subjects. We are located in the picturesque village of Pulham Market in South Norfolk.
If you require information on the surgery or the P.P.G. you will need to use this link. www.churchhillsurgery.co.uk

We meet at The Memorial Hall, Pulham Market (IP21 4SV) which is located right by the green. There is access and facilities for disabled people. There is good parking available and the bus stops here on its routes from Harleston, Starston, Pulham St. Mary, Dickleborough villages. If you want directions, just enter your postcode into the box an the left and a map will show you the way.

The PSSG is funded by grants and donations and holds a monthly raffle and craft and produce stalls. You can find more about our sponsors and supporters by contacting us through the above tab.

Activities include monthly meetings, quizzes, and social events and we produce regular news sheets.
We offer information and support for Carers and vulnerable people.
Friends and visitors are welcome to come and see what it is all about for themselves.
There is no membership fee and no charge, just turn up and enjoy a social afternoon.

.Contact us if you need more infomation using the "contact us" tab above. ( we are here to help)
See the attached note on a new help program for carers, its downloadable to give you full information (carers help below)

For more details on future events please see below for current poster and news letter, both of which can be printed out. You can also get lots of information on coming events by clicking on the above yellow box on the relevant event.
We are always looking for interesting speakers, contact Lorna Pyke at any meeting or contacts us via the contact tab.

Web content by Fred Howard

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updated 14/04/15