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Recent news


This year marks 25 years since James Partridge started Changing Faces. On Friday 26th May 2017, there will be news reports, activities nationwide, and ways for everyone to get involved to show their support on Face Equality Day.


We are calling on Deaf and Disabled Londoners to make sure you get your voices heard in the 2017 General Election. 


HS2 newsletter: Have your say on Euston


 To help create a community vision to be included in the new ten-year management plan for the Heath. 


You may have seen some media coverage, which started with a Sky News report last evening, about our partnership with DeepMind to develop a new app called Streams.


@alzheimerssoc we’re asking everyone to unite against dementia  


Deaf Awareness Week is a unique campaign in that so many different organisations participate, each able to promote their own work within the broad spectrum of deafness.


updated statement and advice from NHS England on hospital and GP services


8th - 14th May, with the theme of 'survive to thrive'.


Camden Carers Service and Marie Curie events - all welcome 8th - 12th May 


Frances Hasler – Healthwatch Camden Director says:

April signaled the start of a new work year for Healthwatch Camden. This will be our fifth year, so we are no longer the new kids on the block, we are an established part of the landscape in Camden. 


Walk-in dental services provided by Whittington Hospital NHS Trust will be closing on Friday 31st March 2017


Monday 27th March 2017 - 18:30-20:30 - Agenda attached

Healthwatch Camden, 150 Ossulston Street, London, NW1 1DF (Map)




Weekly news digest for Friday 10th February 2017


Healthwatch Camden is here to give local people a stronger voice in influencing the provision health and social care services in Camden. This is so that it meets our diverse needs.