Cuddington | Buckinghamshire


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Yoga Class

Cuddington villager Ilona Ecott is now teaching an all-levels Hatha Yoga class in the Bernard Hall on Wednesday evenings.

Classes run from 7.30 to 8.45 pm, and the cost is £5 per session in cash on the door.

Please bring your own mat if you have one.

Exercise Class 60+

Gentle Exercise 60+

The Autumn Course starts on Thursday 21st September in The Bernard Hall: 10 - 11am.

There has been an exercise class at this time in The Bernard Hall for getting on for a quarter of a century, since the days when Penny Odhams was the tutor. 

We should welcome two or three more members to join us to keep the course flourishing.  It is a friendly group with an amiable and helpful tutor, Lynda.

The course name may have morphed into ‘Fun Fitness for the over Fifties’.

More information is available from Bucks County Council Adult Learning.
0845 045 4040


Local General Practices

Haddenham Medical Centre
Stanbridge Road, Haddenham
01844 293300

Open: Mon-Fri 8am-6pm.  Closed: 12.30-1.30pm.
Bucks Urgent Care (out of hours service) 0300 130 3035

Order repeat prescriptions at

Trinity Health Practice
Thame Health Centre 01844 212553
Long Crendon Surgery 01844 208228
Brill Surgery 01844 238284

New Memory Support Service for Buckinghamshire

If you are concerned about your memory, the earlier you seek help the better as there may be support or treatment available that can help you.

There are many different things that can cause memory problems but sometimes it can be an early sign of dementia.

This new service helps you to take control of your situation by offering a single point of contact for:

  • Advice and support through memory screening and diagnosis
  • A listening ear and practical support afterwards

Get in touch today to find out more.  01296 331749

Volunteering to help Dementia

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Healthwatch Bucks

Heathwatch Bucks is the new and latest official local organisation set up to represent us as patients or clients or consumers (or however we are described). It is the successor to LINks and through several changes from the Community Health Councils of the last century.

The management of Health and Social care is being devolved more to local organisations – for example, the Clinical Commissioning Groups of the NHS and the Health and Wellbeing Boards of the County Council. So Healthwatch Bucks might be useful.

Healthwatch Bucks


Directory of Organisations supporting Older People

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AVDC Advice on Telecare

Useful article for elderly people on telecare facilities