Skip to content

Our Partners

Healthwatch Partnership

If you belong to an organisation which provides a health and/or social care service in North Lincolnshire, we would love for you to join our Community Partnership.

What is the Healthwatch Partnership?

The Partnership was set up so we can all work together to bring about effective and lasting change to benefit all members of society.

Why join the Healthwatch Partnership?

By pooling resources, making contacts, and working more collaboratively on projects, we can reach a wider audience and have a greater impact on the people we provide information, advice, and support to. 

How do you join the Healthwatch Partnership?

To register your interest in joining the Healthwatch Partnership, please complete the following form. Upon receipt, a member of our team will be in touch to discuss next registration steps.

Organisation Address(Required)
Contact Name(Required)

Existing Healthwatch Partners

The informal group provides a place where families with children that have Down’s Syndrome can meet up, share their experiences and their children can play. The group takes place at the Brigg Community Wellbeing Hub on the first Saturday of every month from 10am – 12noon.


The Carers’ Support Centre is a charity that has been supporting Carers for nearly 30 years.
We are here to work with Carers to ensure they receive the right support and information at the right time, enabling them to continue looking after members of their family, friends and neighbours.
They provide a variety of information and advice for carers, in addition to training and wellbeing activities.

Telephone: 01652 650585

The Healthy Lifestyle Service is provided by North Lincolnshire Council and is available for those aged 16yrs+ who live, work or have a GP practice in North Lincolnshire.
The service can help to support clients with things such as maintaining a healthy weight, smoking cessation, reducing alcohol use, becoming more active, and increasing their mental and emotional wellbeing.

Telephone: 01724 298212

Lindsey Lodge Hospice provides care for adults with life limiting illnesses and aims to provide specialist palliative care for day and inpatients to the highest standard, consisting of symptom management, emotional support and end of life care.
We provide a wide range of services including symptom management, physiotherapy and a lymphoedema service, as well as complimentary therapy, nursing and practical care, emergency care, end of life care along with bereavement and family support services.

Telephone: 01724 270835

Macmillian are a charity who provide support and advice to those affected by cancer, their families and
We take the time to understand you as a person, so that we can provide the support, tools and inspiration you need to find your best way through. We do it like this because we understand everyone’s cancer journey is unique.

Telephone: 03033 305372

The Maternity Voices Partnership is group of local parents working together with those who provide and fund maternity care to develop services for people having a baby in North & North East Lincolnshire. Our service user representatives include people who have recently used local maternity services, those with an interest in improving maternity care and others who work with pregnant and new parents, for example providing antenatal classes and other support.

Text: 07840 200681

Peggy’s World CIC offers expert support and flexible care to families living with dementia and memory problems in North Lincolnshire.
We offer a range of services providing a flexible and holistic approach to all your care needs, putting you in control of your situation and making help available when things may be more difficult for you and your family.
From residential, respite and restorative care,
on-going home and day care -we offer it all.

Telephone: 01724808108

Scunthorpe Central is the central library for North Lincolnshire and offers a range of services including; access to computers, Blue Badge application (by appointment only), books for loan, scanning and printing services, information, advice, Wi-Fi and study spaces.
Join at any of our libraries, and your membership will give you access to all libraries in North Lincolnshire, plus our full range of free online resources.

Telephone: 01724 860161

The Scunthorpe Diabetes UK Group offers support and information for everyone with Diabetes and their carers in Scunthorpe and North Lincolnshire. From knowing your diabetes risk, to learning to live well with diabetes, we have a wide variety of support available to you.
Anyone is welcome to get involved. with raising awareness of Diabetes in the local community.
Meetings are held Bi-Monthly, at Scunthorpe Community Wellbeing Hub in Ashby, and are free to attend.


North Lincolnshire Stroke Recovery Service provides practical advice, emotional support and high-quality information following a stroke. Whether you are a stroke survivor, carer or family member, we will work with you to identify and address your physical needs through a personalised plan, and support you to rebuild your life after stroke.
We offer a range of support including regular calls, advice and information, support returning to work, assistance with accessing local activities, and more.

Telephone: 01724 851203

At tide, we believe that carers and former carers for people with dementia have the experience and knowledge to improve health and social care, research, and policy development throughout the UK. With tide you can learn to champion your rights as a carer and create real change.
Through our Development Programme which is co- created by real carers – you can learn the skills and confidence to stand up for your rights and receive the care and attention you need.

Telephone: 0151 237 2669

Westcliff Community Works is an independent, community project which responds to the needs of the residents of the Westcliff housing estate and surrounding areas.

We are committed to providing and promoting a quality provision that serves the needs of the local community. Our current projects includes The Ways to Wellness which supports those seeking employment, and BeApt which supports young people.

Telephone: 01724 298818