CHACEWATER & DEVORAN SURGERIES – CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR OPENING TIMES 2018/19

CHACEWATER SURGERY

Monday 24th December                                              8.30 am – 6.00 pm

Tuesday 25th December                                           CLOSED

Wednesday 26th December                                    CLOSED

Thursday 27th December                                            8.30 am—6.00 pm

Friday 28th December                                                 8.30 am—6.00 pm

Saturday 29th December                                  8.30 am—11.30 am  (pre booked appointments only)

Monday 31st December                                               8.30 am – 6.00 pm

Tuesday 1st January                                                   CLOSED

Wednesday 2nd January                                             8.30 am—6.00 pm

Thursday 3rd January                                                  8.30 am—6.00 pm

Friday 4th January                                                        8.30 am—6.00 pm

 

DEVORAN SURGERY

Monday 24th December                                              8.30 am – 6.00 pm

Tuesday 25th December                                           CLOSED

Wednesday 26th December                                    CLOSED

Thursday 27th December                                            8.30 am—6.00 pm

Friday 28th December                                                 8.30 am—1.00 pm

Saturday 29th December                                         CLOSED

Monday 31st December                                       8.30 am – 6.00 pm

Tuesday 1st January                                                            CLOSED

Wednesday 2nd January                                            8.30 am—6.00 pm

Thursday 3rd January                                                  8.30 am—6.00 pm

Friday 4th January                                                        8.30 am—1.00 pm

In the event of an emergency outside normal Surgery opening hours please dial 111 (NHS 111)

May we take this opportunity to wish all of our patients a happy and healthy Christmas and New Year

 

Camborne & Redruth Carers Forum – Tuesday 27 November 2018

The next meeting of the Camborne & Redruth Forum will be held on Tuesday 27th November from 1.30-3.30pm at:

Camborne Community Centre, South Terrace, Camborne, TR14 8SU. 

All Carers are welcome and expenses will be considered to enable them to attend.

For further information please call 01872 243530 or visit our website.

Cornwall Rural Community Charity, 2 Princes Street, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2ES

Telephone: 01872 243530   Fax: 01872 241511    Website: http://www.cornwallrcc.org.uk

Notice from United Downs Deep Geothermal Power (UDDGP)


PUBLIC DROP IN SESSIONS
Friday 16th & Saturday 17th November – 3 – 5 pm


Drop-in sessions will be a chance for you to talk to a member of the project team, browse the information panels, watch educational and project films and view the rig from our viewing platform. The map on the link below shows the UDDGP site office. Please park at Gate C and walk to our site entrance at Gate B to enter the office, where our staff will meet you.

If you wish to book a group visit or for more information on the project, please see our website www.uniteddownsgeothermal.co.uk or contact us: 01326 218955; Website: www.uniteddownsgeothermal.co.uk

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Eight Saints Cluster of Churches – Winter Message.

I love this time of year. There is a buzz in the air, an anticipation, excitement for the season that is to come. Shops are full to bursting with tinsel, fairy lights, the smells and sounds of Christmas. On the telly, adverts abound encouraging us to buy their produce, asking us to believe that only they can provide the perfect gift or that signature dish that amazes everyone. Others promote their meaning of the season, be it old men on the moon, boxer dogs on a trampoline or a snowman looking for his sweetheart.

It is also a time when people across our country, and around the world plan the annual pilgrimage home. No matter where they are, there is an instinctive desire to be at home, to be with family and friends.  In those days before Christmas, journeys are made, cars loaded with gifts. At Service Stations, brightly coloured jumpers of elves, snowmen and of course Santa adorn those pilgrims. There is an intentionality in their actions, the journey costing much, in time, effort and money. People smile at strangers, being more patient and accepting of others, as it is the season of good will after all.

Each family has its own traditions. The buying of the bumper issue of the Radio Times, then marking the films and Christmas specials they want to watch. Some open their presents on Christmas Eve, most open them on Christmas morning, and those with better self-control wait until after the Queen’s Speech. For our family we have a tradition of attending the late church service on Christmas Eve.

It is a wonderful event. The church looks stunning, glowing like gold in the candle light. With pews full, people singing, the sound of the carols makes me tingle. Then there is a sense of that presence. Something, a peace, a stillness, a sense of well-being. Some – and I am one – would say that is the presence of God. In that moment in that place we gather to give thanks for God’s son, Jesus Christ. We recall that God chooses to dwell with us as our God. It is a special moment, a highlight of our Christmas.

This year as you plan your journeys, and recall those family traditions, consider adding that extra Christmassy feeling by take part in the whole experience, and join with us on Christmas Eve.  A time to give thanks for our friends and our families, for those who have made a special journey to be with us, and for those we have travelled great distances to be with. An opportunity to sit within the presence of God.

Whatever your plans, may the peace of God be with you, and all those you love this Christmas season.

Rev’d Richard Wallis is a Curate serving the Eight Saints Cluster of Churches which includes Carharrack, Chacewater, Devoran, Feock, Gwennap, Perran-ar-Worthal, St Day and Stithians. More information (including the times of those services) can be found at www.eightsaints.org.uk or follow us on facebook @EightSaints or Twitter @SaintsEight.

 

St Day Parish Neighbourhood Development Plan – The Business Survey

Dear Business Owner,
We need your help…  All you need to do is just answer a few short questions.  Part of the work of St Day Neighbourhood Development Plan is to develop a framework for businesses in the areas of St Day, Scorrier and Gwennap Pit. This survey is to gain the opinions of those people who run businesses in these areas.  An opportunity to identify what will help you. The more responses we get the better the information.  This survey is anonymous (if you provide contact details they will not be linked to the responses). If you wish to discuss any issues further or to have more information about the Neighbourhood Development Plan, please contact the parish council – stdaypc@gmail.com.
 
Attached is a link to a Survey Monkey Questionnaire, please click on this link and respond on the form and follow instructions to submit the survey.
 
Your replies will form an important part of how we develop policies to expand business and employment in the Parish.

Please respond by Friday 3rd November.
Many thanks,
St Day Parish Neighbourhood Development Plan – Economy and Employment Working Group

NOTICE from CHACEWATER & DEVORAN SURGERIES – FLU VACCINE UPDATE

We now have had confirmation of our delivery of the vaccines for patients over the age of 65.

Due to the delivery schedule for these vaccinations we will have to alter our system for giving these to ensure that we have enough for all our eligible patients.

We will be contacting these patients inviting them to specific organised clinics. Invitations will be going out soon and the clinics will be held in November.

If patients are unable to attend their chosen clinic then alternative arrangements can be made.

We will be requesting patients to bring their invitation letters with them to the clinics. Although these clinics are for invited patients, there will not be appointments slots so that patients can attend at their convenience between the hours advertised.

Eligible patients under the age of 65 will also be vaccinated at these clinics and will be able to attend whichever date is convenient for them. Please contact the surgery for the clinic dates and times.

We sincerely apologise for the delays and issues with the flu service this year.

 

The Health Centre, Chacewater, Truro, Cornwall TR4 8QS

Tel: 01872 560346   Fax: 01872 562203

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The Surgery, Quay Road, Devoran, Truro, Cornwall TR3 6PW

Tel: 01872 562200    Fax: 01872 864790

Website: www.chacewatersurgery.co.uk    Email: letters.chacewater@nhs.net

Message from UNITED DOWNS DEEP GEOTHERMAL POWER PROJECT

TEMPORARY PARKING RESTRICTIONS – 10th to 24th October

You are probably aware of the preparation work that has been going on at the UDDGP site since March.We are now ready to start the drilling programme and we expect our drilling rig to start arriving on 11th October.From the 10th of October for approximately 2 weeks there will be a parking restriction on either side of the road leading to the main gate of our site. This is to provide clear access and to ensure that no parked cars are at risk of damage, the area will be marked off with traffic cones for the duration of the restriction.
We would be grateful for your cooperation and will endeavour to keep any disruption to a minimum but if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us using the information below.

Thank you again for your cooperation

01326 218955