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Service User and Carer Mental Health Listening Events in Lancashire and South Cumbria

Posted on the 22nd October 2018

Your help is needed to shape the future of Mental Health services in Lancashire and South Cumbria, the first step is to come to one of our Listening Events.

The Listening Events will be led independently and aim to give an opportunity to listen to people that use services and the people who care for them.  We want to find out which bits you think need to improve and what you think ‘good’ services would be like - all of your ideas, feedback and experiences will be used to develop future plans for Mental Health services in Lancashire and South Cumbria.

There will be five sessions across Lancashire and South Cumbria and we would like you to attend whichever is most convenient for you.

The details for each of the events are below along with a link to enable you to book a place:




Registration Link:

Tuesday 13th November

The Woodlands Suite at Mercure Dunkenhalgh Hotel, Blackburn Road, Clayton-le-Moors, Blackburn, BB5 5JP

4pm – 6pm

Wednesday 14th November

Blackpool FC Hotel and Conference Centre, Seasiders Way, Blackpool, FY1 6JJ

4pm – 6pm

Thursday 15th November

Annexe Room at the Gujurati Centre, South Meadow Lane, Preston, PR1 8JN

4pm – 6pm

Tuesday 27th November

The Orangery at Briars Hall Hotel, Briars Lane, Ormskirk, L40 5TH

4pm – 6pm

Wednesday 28th November

The Villa Levens, Brettargh Holt, Kendal, Cumbria, LA8 8EA

4pm – 6pm


Alternatively you can contact us to book your place, or to find out more:

-       By phone – telephone number: 01253 951611

-       By email –  

We will reimburse for travel expenses (i.e. motor mileage or rail/bus travel costs) if this is required - if you need further support to get to the events please let us know when you make your booking.  We look forward to seeing you there.

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