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Annual general meeting will celebrate departing chairman

PUBLISHED: 14:05 14 June 2018 | UPDATED: 14:36 14 June 2018

William Armstrong, chairman of Healthwatch Norfolk. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

William Armstrong, chairman of Healthwatch Norfolk. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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Healthwatch Norfolk, the consumer champion for patients in Norfolk, will hold its annual general meeting on July 24, at the Forum, in Norwich, from 9.30am to 11am.

This year, the AGM AGM features an interactive drama performance from Acting Out Productions, highlighting issues around mental health and the impact caring for others can have upon us.

And the organisation will take a look back at the work they have carried out over the last year and celebrate their chairman, William Armstrong, as he steps down from his role.

The Feed, this year’s civic charity for Norwich, will be hosting a cafe area with light refreshments in the main atrium, directly following the AGM.

Healthwatch Norfolk will also be joined by a number of organisations offering advice and showcasing their work to the general public, throughout the day.

Get in touch with Healthwatch Norfolk directly if you would like to book space for a stand in the exhibition area, which will be open until 3pm.

To register your place at the AGM visit to www.eventbrite.co.uk and type ‘Healthwatch Norfolk’ into the search bar or contact them by telephone on 01953 856 029.

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