Coffee Mornings and Talks
Our regular coffee mornings take place in the River Suite on the first Tuesday of each month, frequently with a short talk relevant to the local area or to medical or social care.
Coffee is available from around 10.15 and most meetings finish about 11.30. Everyone is welcome, not just Members of the Friends of Wistaria Surgery.
The entrance is near the Surgery, through the door next to Boots the chemist, then on the first floor (there is a lift) into the River Suite immediately in front of Boyd Physiotherapy.
Gordon Pound on travelling in Northern Australia
Vivien Walker on the work of the Alzheimer Society in Lymington
a speaker from the Co-op Funeral Service on 'Tax, care and toy-boys - an update on recent changes in the law'
Sue Wilks from the NFDC Customer Service Department will talk about services available to help people continue to live at home.
James Hoare, work of the Coastguard
Judy Ruffell on changes at the Lymington Community Centre.
Suggestions for future speakers are always welcome.
These are sociable occasions when members of the Friends can catch up with friends old and new, and learn of the most recent plans for the Friends. We aim to have at least one in three of these meetings addressed by a speaker.
As there are a limited number of parking spaces available for patients with appointments at the surgery, we would ask those of you who are attending a Coffee Morning, to park in one of the nearby public car parks so that patients can still park to see their doctors. Thank you.