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A Memorial sits in one of Hull City Museums which was taken out of the Bus Depot prior to demolition. It lists 20 members of KHCT that died at Home or on Active Service.
As members of the Company that is still in operation Kingston Upon Hull City Transport we feel its only right to have this Memorial placed back into its right and proper place.
Hull and East Yorkshire NHS Trust are shutting 300 beds and ten wards. This includes the specialist cardiac Ward at Castle Hill plus ending of Neuro emergency beds at Hull Royal which has been condemned as "dangerous" by Prof. John Cleland, Head of Cardiology at Castle Hill.
Neurologists wrote the following this month. "We have voiced our concerns on numerous occasions at managerial meetings and our opinions and concerns have been disregarded and a dictatorial approach has been taken, with new changes to our service implemented against our advice."
The Aldris Support and Network Group would like to raise awareness in the Hull and East Riding Area about pms, pmdd and any family connection of hormone problems such as thyroid disease and thyroid nodules as well as atopic nature, hayfever, asthma, and food sensitivities.
The Group needs to raise awareness so that the CVS (community voluntary service) will consider helping us secure funding into research.
There will be presentations/support group run by Helen (a sufferer) who has done a lot of research into the conditions and would like to share this experience with other people who may be suffering in silence or having issues with getting diagnosed with the conditions. These support group sessions and presentation will be:
11th June 12.30-2pm at the Freedom Centre, Preston Road, Hull.
29th June 1-3pm at the Women's Centre near Queens Gardens in Hull City Centre.
Future dates to follow.
For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
According to NAPS (www.pms.org.uk), the Greek Physican Hippocrates first described pms/pmdd over 2000 years ago. Despite this early observation, relatively little clinical attention was given to it until 1983 when NAPS was formed to help sufferers and clinicians gain a unique insight into the condition(s).