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‘We’, ‘us’, ‘our’ refers to Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust throughout.

We own and have the copyright on all the information, images and graphics on this website, except the logos and images belonging to other organisations.

You can download or reproduce our copyright material free of charge for research, private study or for sharing within an organisation. Anything you use must be reproduced accurately and not used to mislead readers or misrepresent the Trust.  If you publish or publicly share material taken from our site, you should acknowledge our copyright or state the source of the material.

Where possible please include a hyperlink to material on our site.

All links from this website are provided in good faith. We check them before publication and aim to keep them up to date. We have no responsibility for content on the web pages and sites we link to and a link does not imply we endorse that site.

You can link directly to our information pages without asking for permission, but please don’t lift our content into your own templates.

Please don’t use the NHS lozenge logo to link to our site.

We have tried hard to make sure information on our site is up to date, accurate and complete. Please let us know if you have any difficulties.


We cannot guarantee access to this website, or the sites we link to, 24/7 and we can’t accept any responsibility for any damages or situations that stem from the loss of use of this information.

The names, images and logos identifying Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust are the proprietary marks of the NHS. Please don’t copying our logos (or any other logos on this site) without asking us for permission.

We check material on our webpages at all stages of production for anything malicious. We do not accept any responsibility for any loss, disruption or damage to your data or your computer system that may occur while using our site or material taken from it.

We do not automatically capture or keep personal information through our website except in the cases outlined below. We abide by the Data Protection Act (2018) and will not use any information we may hold about you for any purpose other than that for which it was collected.

We use a third party service, Google Analytics, to collect standard internet logging information and detail of visitor movements on our site. We do this to assess the number of visitors to various parts of the site because it helps us to put our effort into developing and improving the most popular pages. When we report on site use we use visitor and click volumes. We do not attempt to find out who has visited our site.

Please view our full Privacy Notice

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer’s browser by the websites you visit. They record how you use the website and help to personalise your experience on a site. We use cookies only to make sure our site works effectively and to identify the device you are using.

Our cookies are ‘session cookies’ which are removed when you close your browser and ‘persistent cookies’ which remain on your device, but are only active when you are using our website.

We will comply with the Data Protection Act (1998) which means we will never be pass any of your information to third parties, other than in limited cases where our Trust is bound by law to do so.

We will hold and process your personal details to provide you with the information you have asked for in the way you asked for it (post, email or telephone).

We cannot guarantee the security of the World Wide Web. It is possible that a third party could access and read information you send to us by email. This is very unlikely but if you are worried about confidentiality please use write to us or call us.

See our Contact Us page for ways you can get in touch.

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