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We have an active Patient Participation Group called Friends of Highgate Surgery. The aims of this group are to provide feedback to the practice about its service and act as a support and resource for patients. We are keen to expand membership of the group to include patients from different age groups and from varying backgrounds. This is a great opportunity to have a say! You can join as a full member or as a virtual member. As a virtual member, we can communicate with you by email - this is ideal for busy working patients.

If you are interested in joining the group, please contact reception for an appkication form. Or you can contact the practice via the website.

PPG Health Walks 2017

Wednesday 10th May - High Street, Barrow Road, to either the New Railway Bridge and/or The Peace Garden. Return via Barrow Road, Mountsorrel Lane to St Marys Church.

Wednesday 21st June - Cross Brook Street, along Cossington Road to Charles Street and follow the footpath to Sherrard Drive, Quaker Road and back along Cossington Road to The Green Place.

Wednesday 12th July (Bus pass needed) - No 2 bus to Cossington School. Follow the footpath into Cossington Meadows to Platts Lane and return to the centre of the village to catch the No 2 bus back to Sileby.

Wednesday 9th August - Cross High Street and follow the footpath to Mill Lane and Sileby Mill or just to Mill Lane and return by Mountsorrel Lane to St Marys Church

Wednesday 13th September (Bus pass needed) - No 2 bus to Barrow Upon Soar. Follow footpath to Mill Lane and walk along the canal to proctors caravan park. Return by No 2 bus to Sileby.

Wednesday 11th October (Bus pass needed) - No 2 bus to Highgate School. Follow the footpath to the Memorial Park and along King Street to St Marys Church.

All walks meet at Sileby Community Centre on High Street at 2:30pm. Stout shoes are advised and no dogs are allowed. All walks are approximately one to one and a half miles long and will take about one hour.

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