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  • Jane Batchelor

NHS England’s Facet Survey Programme is part of the second phase of the Primary Care Data Gathering Programme that is intended to bring the information held on general practice premises in England up to a consistent baseline standard nationally.

Liverpool Sefton Health Partnerships facilitated the delivery of 6 facet surveys in Cheshire, Liverpool, Wirral, South Sefton and Southport and Formby for NHS Cheshire and Merseyside ICS. The programme has provided both Integrated Care Boards (ICBs) and Primary Care Networks (PCNs) with the tools to support local planning and decision making, and present the data considered key to evidencing and identifying areas of need, opportunities for investment, and demonstrating cases for change.

Read the full case study here:


LSHP Facet Survey Case Study
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  • Jane Batchelor

This Christmas, Community Health Partnerships (CHP) invited LSHP colleagues to support them to help the Cash for Kids Mission Christmas team sort and pack gifts for thousands of children and young people who were at risk of waking up to nothing on Christmas Day. Joining the team on their volunteering mission were colleagues from CHP, FM contractor Integral and gbpartnerships consult.


Every year Liverpool’s local radio station, Radio City, partner with Cash for Kids, backing their Mission Christmas campaign to help bring festive joy to the lives of disadvantaged children across Liverpool & North Wales.

Thanks to the many donations and the efforts of all the volunteers almost 38,000 children will wake up on Christmas morning with a gift from Santa! These figures represent a 20% increase on the number of children helped last year and reflect the hardships many families face as they find themselves unable to afford the cost of Christmas.

This was an incredible team effort and by volunteering for Mission Christmas all our volunteers have made a real difference to the lives of many children on Christmas Day so a huge thank you!




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  • Jane Batchelor

Over the weekend South Liverpool Treatment Centre and Kensington Neighbourhood Health Centre were lit up in red to mark Armistice Day.

Armistice Day or Remembrance Day is observed on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month to commemorate the end of the First World War.

Remembrance Day is a national opportunity to remember the service and sacrifice of all those that have defended our freedoms and protected our way of life. Led by the Royal British Legion Remembrance Day 2023 focused on remembering and honouring Service.

Remembrance unites people of all faiths, cultures, and backgrounds as we remember the Armed Forces, and their families, from Britain and the Commonwealth, the vital role played by the emergency services and those who have lost their lives as a result of conflict or terrorism.




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