Healthwatch East Sussex Listening Tour 2023

Promotional graphic for the Listening Tour. Half the graphic is an email of a road in Rye, East Sussex. The other half is a dark blue text box with the Healthwatch logo in the top right corner and central text that reads, Rye Listening Tour 2023.

From Monday 10th to the 24th September, Healthwatch East Sussex will be conducting their Listening Tour, a two-week programme of activity across Rye and the surrounding villages to talk to local people about their views and experiences of health and social care services.
They will be using a wide range of engagement activities to understand people’s experiences and views on health and care, including service visits, pop up stands and focus groups.
You can share your own experiences and feedback with Healthwatch via their Listening Tour survey here:
To keep up to date with their events and find out how you can get involved please visit the Healthwatch East Sussex website:

Find out more about the Listening Tour

For more information on the Listening Tour or any of its activities, please get in touch via the details below


Call 0333 101 4007. 

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