Reports from our County Councillors #133

Posted on 30th March 2022 | in Northumberland County Council

COUNCILLOR TERRY CLARK

Councillor Terry Clark

Northumbria Police have visited and taken action regarding the behaviour of certain individuals around Queen Street, involving businesses and residents’ property.

Police have been tasked to provide vital visibility on the street and utilising their CCTV systems to identify any further ASB within this area.

All reported anti-Social behaviour is raised at joint Police, NCC safety community meetings which include NCC public protection officers, highways, and schools, they also liaise with outreach youth workers and communities together assisting in reducing anti-social behaviour.

NCC have a dedicated community safety team who deal with ASB, neighbour disputes, vehicle disorder and noise problems. Phone 0345 600 6400, Ask for Public Protection. Email Public.protection@northumberland gov.uk Police call 101.

For myself, I would like to thank all involved at Coquet Medical Group and Wansbeck General Hospital; doctors, nurses and all the wonderful staff. Last summer I was diagnosed with an inguinal hernia and was put on a waiting list for a Laparoscopic Hernia Repair.

Coquet doctors gave advice on wearing a harness giving support to the hernia and letting me continue work while waiting for surgery.

Special thanks to the anaesthetist who made me feel at ease by explaining the procedure, the surgeon for his skills’ and his staff, the friendly and cheerful recovery nurses who looked after me before I was released home later in the day.

The care I received from the whole NHS team from start to finish was amazing…. I have nothing but praise for all who work within this brilliant organisation.

I honour the funding principles of our NHS thanking all health workers who are the beating heart of one of the wonders of modern times. Let us secure the future of the NHS for generations to come, for as Aneurin Bevan said “No society can legitimately call itself civilised if a sick person is denied medical aid because of lack of means”
Cllr Terry Clark Amble, Hauxley and North Broomhill
Terry.Clark@northumberland.gov.uk
07779 983768


Cllr Watson did not submit a report

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