Taking strides so we kick out foot problems
A FEET first campaign is giving people with diabetes a voice to improve foot care.
Gloucestershire residents who suffer from the condition are being asked their views on how foot care in the county could be improved to reduce the risk of major problems, such as amputation.
Diabetes UK and Gloucestershire Care Services are running meetings until October to find out what kind of podiatry services people are receiving, any improvements they feel are needed and to offer advice on how people can best care for their own feet.
A podiatrist from Gloucestershire Care Services will be at each meeting to provide expert information.
Sunday and Monday evenings £12.00 per head for an all inclusive meal with Indian and Thai cuisine (normal price £14.50).
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Diabetes UK's Putting Feet First campaign, which was launched earlier this year, highlighted the dangers of poor foot care for people who suffer from diabetes.
A meeting is being held in Sandford Education Centre, Keynsham Road, on Wednesday from 7.30pm to 9pm and on September 26 from 7pm to 8.30pm at Querns House, Cirencester.