NHS Ayrshire & Arran is hosting the first in a series of community events as part of the public consultation on local Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapy services.

There will be a drop-in event at the Grain Exchange in Ayr this Friday 3 March between 10am and 2.30pm.

Members of the public are invited to come along to hear more about the proposals to retain changes made to the service and will be able to share their views and feedback.

NHS Ayrshire & Arran Director of Acute Services Joanne Edwards said:

“Our engagement team will be delighted to welcome local people to the Grain Exchange in Ayr on Friday 3 March, where they will have the opportunity to find out more about how our Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapy services are currently delivered and the proposals to retain changes made during the pandemic. It will be a chance to get more information and ask questions, as well as make suggestions.

“At the moment we are running a public consultation on these proposals and we’d encourage as many people as possible to join the conversation.

“This face to face event in Ayr will be the first of a series of community events we are planning in South, North and East Ayrshire, please look out for details of these on our website and social media channels. If you can’t make it along to an in-person event, you can find more information about the consultation and how to get involved online by visiting www.jointheconversation-nhsaaa.co.uk.”