Article in this week’s Haslemere Herald:
A VOLUNTEER-run prescription delivery service is helping to keep Haslemere healthy, by delivering vital medication to more than 100 homes a week.
The service was instigated by online support group Haslemere Help, after queues at the town’s health centre meant wait times of more than an hour.
Town and county councillor Nikki Barton collaborated with Haslemere Town Council and Haslemere Help volunteers to create the system.
Read full article here.
In the current edition of The Haslemere Herald, the paper published an article about a new public access defibrillator that has been installed on the station forecourt.
Nikki Barton is cited in the article:
“We are very grateful to the Shottermill Great War Memorial Trust, Haslemere First Responders, the Association of Community Rail Partners and South Western Railway for their contributions to this life saving equipment.”
Here is a link to the article online: Latest arrival a ‘lifesaver’ for town.