Second Public Meeting To Address Access to Felixstowe MIU

Suffolk Coastal MP Therese Coffey is to host second public meeting on Friday 18th October to once again address the problems of accessing the Felixstowe Minor Injuries Unit, after a number of people have come forward with examples of problems still being experienced Ever since the Felixstowe MIU went from ‘walk in’ to ‘appointment only’ at the end of April there have been issues with … Continue reading Second Public Meeting To Address Access to Felixstowe MIU

Therese Coffey MP Sums Up Her Work for the Suffolk Coastal Community

You may wonder what our MP gets up to – if anything – as far as local issues are concerned. How much has she been involved in the last six months with the issues that have been in the forefront of our communities? Does she know what’s going on with our local NHS providers, our schools, our environment? Does she care? In Felixstowe she did … Continue reading Therese Coffey MP Sums Up Her Work for the Suffolk Coastal Community

Felixstowe MIU And Access Through 111 – The Story Continues

Ever since April when the Felixstowe Minor Injuries Unit became appointment only, there have been issues with access for patients attempting it outside normal GP hours. During the week access is through your local GP surgery – and this seems to be working relatively well – although it does give an extra layer to something that was much simpler in the past. The real problem … Continue reading Felixstowe MIU And Access Through 111 – The Story Continues

Suffolk Coastal MP Responds To SCDC Plan – Backing Local Opposition

There has been much debate on social media about SCDC’s Local Plan which advocates large swathes of house building on AONB within the Felixstowe peninsular and the controversial Innocent Farm proposal of a massive Port Of Felixstowe warehouse and distribution site for Kirton, which will increase traffic ten fold and probably involve re locating Trimley St Martin School. Now our MP Dr Therese Coffey, has … Continue reading Suffolk Coastal MP Responds To SCDC Plan – Backing Local Opposition