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Could you please confirm your attendance to  Recovery Project Co-ordinator, Janice White whose contact details are listed  and also notify her of any travel requirements.

Janice White
janice.white@nsft.nhs.uk
tel: 01284 719767​

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Recovery College Independence Day
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04/07/2014
From: 12:00
To: 15:00
NWES Enterprise Centre
100 Southgate Street, Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk
IP332AQ

How to get there:
From the “wolf” roundabout on the A134 (Rougham Road) take the exit signposted for St Edmunds hospital / shop mobility (Southgate Street). The Building is about half way down the road on the left set back from the road.

For more information contact:
Janice White
janice.white@nsft.nhs.uk
tel: 01284 719767

Dear Recovery Partner

Join us for Independence Day!

I am writing to invite you to our 4th West Suffolk Recovery Project Forum. We are holding this on 4th July, 2014 at NWES Enterprise Centre, 100 Southgate Street, Bury St Edmunds (NB Please note this is a revised date and location to that previously notified).

The meeting will start at 12.00 with tea and coffee with a 3.30 finish. I am happy to confirm that you can bring your own lunch with you. The room is on the first floor but there is a lift. There is also ample free parking. The programme for this 4th meeting:

Brief introduction and Forum update

A presentation by Jasmine Ross Recovery Story by ………

*Choice of group discussions as follows:

1) CREATIVE RECOVERY STORIES

2) LIVING BEYOND ILLNESS

3) ORGANISATIONAL JOURNEY

Feedback and next steps

I hope you remain interested in being involved with this project and that you are able to make this date. If you haven’t attended before and would like to come, please feel free to contact us. If you need any additional support, for instance, the forum is quite a big group (30-40 people), so if you would like to meet some of us before joining the main meeting, please come along at 12 noon when I can meet with new-comers and introduce myself and one or two other members.

Regards Sue Howlett