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Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent set to introduce One Health and Care electronic integrated care records

Patients’ health and care records in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent will soon be available electronically to authorised health and social care practitioners.

It will mean a doctor in a hospital, or a paramedic who attends a 999 call will be able to access the same crucial information as a GP, such as details of allergies and current medications, bringing potentially life-saving benefits.

Spark Christmas Spectacular

Join us for a Christmassy fun filled afternoon!

There will be games, crafts, entertainment, tombola, Christmas shopping, refreshments and a special visitor.

The money raised for the event will go to the Spark Charity which supports local families providing groups, support and activities       www.facebook.com/events/519647472142194/

Donations for the event will be kindly accepted. Items needed include: cake, clean and working toys, children's clothes, books and unwanted gifts.

Sunflower Family support group

Come and join us in a safe, non judgemental environment that provides peer support where families can chat, have a brew and share experiences and support with others who are affected by perinatal mental health problems.

Visit us at:

The Spark Centre, Burntwood on Thursdays from 10am -11:30am

Families First, Stafford on Fridays from 10am-12pm.



No need to book just drop in, refreshments provided and all children, babies and families welcome.

Six Steps to a Better Business

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What you’ll learn at “6 Steps to a Better Business”:

How to work ON your business instead of IN your business.

How to turn your advertising and marketing into an investment instead of an expense.

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Christmas Appeal

As you may be aware the Border Collie Trust has traditionally held a Christmas Party and welcomed guests old and new to come along, meet Santa and help raise funds.

Unfortunately, circumstances beyond our control this year seriously affect our ability to be able to produce an event we would be proud of especially as many people travel long distances to join us.

We have therefore had to make the difficult decision to canel this year's event which was due to be held at the end of November.