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Connecting Communities in Dewsbury

Monday 04 April 2016

Locala has run its first pop-up health event, taking a health and wellbeing roadshow to the mosque on the Pilgrim Estate, Dewsbury as part of a ‘Connecting Communities’ pilot.

Members of the local community attended the roadshow...[more]



Locala is a finalist in national patient feedback awards

Tuesday 15 March 2016

Locala has been shortlisted in a national awards scheme about the way patient and colleague feedback is used to improve healthcare services. The winners will be announced later this week.

The Friends and Family Test (FFT) is a...[more]



Still green

Tuesday 15 March 2016

After a great deal of hard work over the last year, Locala has passed a crucial audit and is able to retain the standard ISO 14001 gained 12 months ago. This means our Environmental Management System is officially certified to...[more]



Locala scoops new Kirklees contract

Tuesday 15 March 2016

Locala has been awarded the Kirklees Integrated Sexual Health contract by Kirklees Council. Whilst we already hold a contract to provide sexual health services in Kirklees the new contract, which was the subject of a competitive...[more]



Is 'One You' for you?

Tuesday 15 March 2016

Locala is supporting a Public Health England campaign called ‘One You’ which aims to encourage people 40+ to adopt a healthier lifestyle. Read more about it here and why not find out if you could improve by taking the One You...[more]



Second round of hard-hitting domestic abuse campaign

Tuesday 15 March 2016

Locala is pleased to be one of the partner organisations in Kirklees which is trying to raise awareness of domestic abuse and how to get it stopped.  We’re working with Kirklees Council, West Yorkshire Police, the Probation...[more]



Pupils 'takeover' Locala

Tuesday 15 March 2016

We’re building a strong partnership with Westborough High School in Dewsbury following last year’s ‘Takeover Day’ when as part of a national scheme Year 9 pupils were invited to take on a number of lead roles across the...[more]