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Health group invites Brent mothers to take part in maternity service survey

PUBLISHED: 13:22 26 October 2016 | UPDATED: 13:22 26 October 2016

Healthwatch Brent would like to her from mothers in Brent Picture: Danny Lawson/PA

Healthwatch Brent would like to her from mothers in Brent Picture: Danny Lawson/PA

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A health group are running a survey to find out what mothers think about maternity services in Brent.

The questionnaire by Healthwatch Brent hopes to find out about the experiences of women who live in Brent and have given birth in the last two years.

All mothers are invited to take part no matter where they gave birth.

Healthwatch Brent wants to hear about their experiences whether bad or good.

The results will be used to assess where things are right and issues that need to be improved.

To take part in the 10-minute survey visit here.

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