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Healthwatch Enfield would like to find out what impact Coronavirus is having on people in the borough in order to find out what information and support local people need in future. Please complete their 5-minute survey online or over the phone.

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Tell us the impact Coronavirus has had on your wellbeing

Please ‘give back’ to your community by taking part in our five minute survey.

Hearing directly from you helps us find out what information and support local people need in future. We also share anonymous feedback with health and care services in Enfield which helps them adapt and plan for your needs wherever they can.

If you have the internet, then please complete our short online survey to tell us how things have been for you. You can find our online survey via the following link:

Not online?

Just give us a call on 020 8373 6283 to do it over the phone. We can call you straight back to save your phone bill.

Hard of hearing?

You can text us on 07983 959008 and we can get a paper copy sent to you by post.

We want to THANK YOU for helping to make a big difference to the services in your community.

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