Central Office has now reopened but with only one member of the team in the office each day. The team will continue to work from home at other times. The office phone number 01305 361317 is available for you to leave messages and this will be monitored regularly. Branch meetings are currently suspended.

The NHS Retirement Fellowship provides friendship, fellowship and fun to retired NHS and social care staff and their friends and families, along with access to a great range of discounts and benefits. Join us to make new friends, rediscover past friendships and socialise with like minded people in one of our many branches. Alternatively you could become a National member to be kept informed of our activities and to take advantage of the discounts and benefits, without attending branch meetings. For media enquiries, please contact Lucia Hiden, Head of Communications, on 07739 138 954 or email comms@nhsrf.org.uk

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Benevolent Fund applications

Any applications to the Benevolent Fund can be sent electronically, to the email address on the application form or by post to the Central Office address, also on the application form. You can find the application form in the General Information and Guidance section of the Members Area

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Boris Johnson speaks to 2 members of the Fellowship on the NHS 72nd birthday

We were delighted to facilitate this conversation between the Prime Minister and 2 of our members – Monica and Barbara – who were thrilled to take part. Well done ladies and thank you to Lucia Hiden the NHS Retirement Fellowship Communications Officer and to all the others in our organisation who worked so hard to […]

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Have you Zoomed? – A guide to using Zoom for members and branches

Many of us have heard of Zoom but may not have used it. It can offer great opportunities for you to stay in touch with other members, friends and relatives. Some branches may find it useful to hold committee and other meetings using Zoom. The Fellowship is using it for some meetings and it has […]

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Member stories

Isobel represents the Fellowship

NHS Retirement Fellowship member, Isobel Tough, was featured in the national and local press in Scotland as part of the joint celebrations for the 70th Anniversary of the start of the NHS and the 40th Anniversary of the founding of the NHS Retirement Fellowship.