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Like to take part in the Community Equipment User Group?

Have you or someone that you may care for ever received a piece of community equipment from the British Red Cross? This could include things like a kitchen trolley, hoist, slings, specialist chair, walking frame, bath seat or hospital bed.

The Community Equipment Service (CES) in Sheffield is delivered by the British Red Cross. The British Red Cross deliver thousands of pieces of equipment every month to people of all ages across the city. The service would like to set up an Equipment User Group to help with reviewing customer feedback and to improve the service. If you can help they’d love to hear from you.

Please see an invitation to and draft terms of reference for the Equipment User Group.

If you would like to know more or would like to register your interest in joining the group please contact Liz McGrael, CES Commissioning Officer on 0114 2052926 or Email Liz.McGrael@sheffield.gov.uk.


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