Eastbourne Listening Tour – One Year On Drop In

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Last year Healthwatch East Sussex hosted the Eastbourne Listening Tour between the 15th and the 30th of October 2022.

During the tour Healthwatch gathered the views and experiences of Eastbourne residents to help decision makers improve local health and care services.

You can read our reports from the Eastbourne Listening Tour and the recommendations made as a result here.

A year on from the Eastbourne Listening Tour Healthwatch are hosting a ‘One Year On’ drop-in event to look back at the work that took place and what’s happened since the tour.

Date: 20th October 2023

Time: 10am – 2pm

Location:  Gather, The Beacon Eastbourne, BN21 3NW.

We will be joined on the day by some of our health, care and VCSE partners who were also part of our Listening Tour.

This will be an opportunity to hear more about the current landscape and some of the work taking place in health and social care across Eastbourne.

If you couldn’t be part of the tour this will be an opportunity to share your experiences and views of health and care with Healthwatch East Sussex.

No booking or tickets are required for this event. Please just drop in during the day.


Further Information 

For more information please get in touch.  

Contact us by: 

Telephone: 0333 101 4007 Monday – Friday (10am-2pm) 

Email:enquiries@healthwatcheastsussex.co.uk 

To share feedback on health and care services in East Sussex any time, visit the Healthwatch East Sussex Feedback Centre here. 

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