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"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn." Benjamin Franklin            


Rushcliffe Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) patient, public and carer engagement team gets out at every available opportunity into the local community to find out people’s views on local health services. 

This can involve anything from having information stalls at events, working with our community partners to spreading local health messages.

  • If you see us out in the community come and say hello and tell us what you think of your local health services
  • If you have a local community group that would like to talk to the CCG about local health services, contact us.
  • If you are putting on a local event and would like the CCG to have an information stall at it do contact us

Please telephone 0115 883 3880 or email and ask for Helen 


Patient and Public Engagement Summaries 

Greater Nottingham Engagement Update March 2019

Greater Nottingham Engagement Update November 2018

Greater Nottingham Engagement Update October 2018

Greater Nottingham Engagement Update September 2018

Patient and Public Engagement Summary - April - June 2018

Patient and Public Engagement Summary - April 2017 - May 2017

Patient and Public Engagement Summary - August 2017

Patient and Public Engagement Summary - September - December 2017 

Patient and Public Engagement Summary - January - March 2018 

NHS70 celebrations


Please see below some of the Community Events we have undertaken:

As part of its remit to support people in adopting healthier lifestyles, promote self-care and prevent disease, the national One You social marketing campaign was adapted to engage with patients in Rushcliffe. Devised by Public Health England (PHE) and predominantly aimed at those aged 40 to 60, the campaign aimed to inform and support people in making simple but crucial changes to the way they live and the health choices they make. It also intends to give people greater confidence in actively managing their own health to prevent disease and improve their quality of life into older age.

Patient information was produced about local opportunities to increase physical activity and manage mental health and wellbeing alongside using national, digital resources including the One You online health questionnaire. A team of volunteers from Rushcliffe, including GPs, service improvement staff and patient representatives, took part in a summer of One You roadshows – attending several large community events across Rushcliffe between June and September:

  • Cotgrave Festival
  • Radcliffe on Trent Health Event
  • Taste of Rushcliffe Food Festival
  • The Keyworth Show
  • Radcliffe on Trent Carnival
  • Rushcliffe Asian Community Association (RACA) annual health event
  • Lark in the Park
  • Trent Bridge Cricket Family Fun Day
  • Sutton Bonington Show
  • Morrisons Supermarket - staff
  • Unwind Your Mind Library event
  • Environmental, Health and Safety day at British Gypsum
  • Rushcliffe Business Showcase Event at the British Geological Survey


A free, fun festival of health, sport and wellbeing held annually in the Borough

Sunday Funday is an annual event, which is jointly funded by Rushcliffe Borough Council and takes place in September at Rushcliffe Country Park.

The event is based around the Change4Life principles – Eat Well, Move More, Live Longer.

The public is given opportunity to have a go at lots of fun sports and physical activities and sample lots of tasty healthy treats from local growers and makers. 

This year, Sunday Funday took place on Sunday 10 September from 12-5pm.