Archive: January, 2015

30th January 2015 – Wake up to breakfast week

Posted on 01/30/15 by helenroberts No Comments

This week is Breakfast Week and it’s a good excuse to try out some delicious new recipes and find out more about why breakfast is so important.  The website Shake up your wake up! has a great range of tasty, healthy recipes, from breakfasts on the go to weekend treats and recipes for kids. You […]

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28th January 2015 – First birthday raises money for hospital

Posted on 01/28/15 by AireAdmin

A family, from Guiseley, have celebrated their daughters first birthday by raising over £1,000 for the neonatal unit that cared for her when she was born prematurely. Clare and Dave Wright organised the event for their daughter, Katelyn Wright, to formally welcome her into the family and celebrate her first birthday, as well as raising […]

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27th January 2015 – The Great Airedale Bake Off

Posted on 01/27/15 by AireAdmin

Come and join master baker, Mike Armstrong, at his live bake off master class and help to raise money for Airedale Hospital’s Emergency Department Appeal. Local baker, Mike, will be giving a live baking demonstration plus offering a chance to taste his award winning breads at the event on Mother’s Day – Sunday 15 March […]

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24th January 2015 – New cancer information and support sessions in Skipton

Posted on 01/24/15 by helenroberts No Comments

A new programme of cancer information and support sessions will begin in February at Dyneley House Surgery in Skipton. The monthly sessions have been arranged in partnership with the new Cancer Support centre in Skipton.  Each session will focus on a different type of cancer.  The sessions will be an informal mix of information, support […]

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21st January 2015 – Hospital passport for people with autism

Posted on 01/21/15 by helenroberts No Comments

The National Autistic Society offers a lot of really useful advice and resources to help people with autism live better lives. One of their latest ideas is ‘My hospital passport’, designed for people who might need hospital treatment.  If you have autism, it will help you to communicate your needs to doctors, nurses and other […]

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19th January 2015 – Help to cope with tinnitus

Posted on 01/20/15 by AireAdmin

Find out how to get help if you suffer from tinnitus during a special awareness event being hosted by the audiology team at Airedale Hospital. A senior audiologist is giving a talk in the lecture theatre at the hospital on Thursday 5 February from 1.30 pm until 2.30 pm and members of the audiology team […]

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17th January 2015 – Support for people looking after someone with dementia

Posted on 01/17/15 by helenroberts No Comments

If you live in the Craven area and look after someone with dementia, Alzheimer’s Society is now taking bookings for its Carer Information and Support Programme (CrISP). This offers carers the chance to meet others and share experiences, as well as find out more about local and national services and support. There are two courses: […]

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13th January 2015 – New Macmillan resources for people affected by cancer

Posted on 01/13/15 by helenroberts No Comments

Macmillan Cancer Support have created a mobile app for their handy Macmillan Organiser. The MyOrganiser app is a convenient way to store all your important treatment information in one place.  You can keep track of appointments, medication and much more. The app is free to download from the Apple App Store or Google Play. An updated […]

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10th January 2015 – Time for sugar swaps

Posted on 01/10/15 by helenroberts No Comments

If you want help to cut back on the sugar your children eat each day, sign up to Sugar Swaps. When you sign up you get: A free guide to eating less sugar, shopping pad, swap cards and stickers; Money off vouchers; Weekly emails and texts with tips, advice and fun ideas. Sugar builds up in […]

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