Coronavirus virtual Q&A Session with Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown with local experts.


Date - 01/05/2020
Time - 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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Your chance to watch a panel of local experts addressing the issue of ’How we move beyond Coronavirus whilst protecting our health and well being?’

On Friday 1st May, between 3.00pm to 4.30pm  live streamed from the Barn Theatre, Cirencester Sir Geoffrey will be chairing his latest virtual live session

The format will mirror BBC’s Question Time where Sir Geoffrey will invite a panel of experts to address the Theme 

‘ What are your thoughts and ideas on how we move beyond the Coronavirus whilst protecting and improving the health of the population’ 

We will also be inviting questions from residents via email and live streaming 

Our panel of experts include: 

Dr Rohit Sethi from Phoenix Surgery

Dr Bala from AuraCare Stratton Court

Dr Ann Aylard Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist 

Hilary Norris Evans Hypnotherapist and Mindfulness Coach 

Rob Fountain CEO Of Age UK Gloucestershire 

The live stream will comprise 4 parts

Firstly, there will be a quick Westminster briefing from Sir Geoffrey.

Secondly there will be a video on how Fairford and Lechlade are dealing with Coronavirus.

Then we will hold  our very own Question Time programme

Lastly, there will be our regular video section with updates from the North of the Cotswolds by Cllr Nigel Moor and the South by Cllr Richard Morgan.

Please email your questions to  contact@cotswoldspeaks.co.uk or livestream on The Barn Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/theBarnTheatreCirencester/.

The session will be filmed and live-streamed from the Barn Theatre where Sir Geoffrey and the production crew will be strictly adhering to government guidelines on social distancing.

Where to watch:

The Barn Theatre Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/theBarnTheatreCirencester/
and the CIrencester Chamber of Commerce Facebook page

You may know others who would like to ask a question or contribute, please let them know about this virtual Q&A.

Please remember to stay at home, stay safe and protect the NHS and save lives