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Posted 3rd Apr

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Jeez......talk about making NHS staff feel good!
Everyone should have a will and update it regularly. It's a massive help to your loved ones should the worst happen to you.

This is a great offer. Heat added.
Hurry, before the PPE turns up!
Doesn't cover Scotland
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Hurry, before the PPE turns up!
Jeez......talk about making NHS staff feel good!
Doesn't cover Scotland
MRDAMO66603/04/2020 10:33

Jeez......talk about making NHS staff feel good!


Christ...I agree. Horrendous.
I have used for a couple application and actually got £ 140 waived off!
Happy days.... 😞
Unison are free
Wasn't on todays to do list but alright then
Thank you OP, something I’ve been putting off for years. Now is a very good time working on the front line.
RobWear03/04/2020 10:52

Thank you OP, something I’ve been putting off for years. Now is a very g …Thank you OP, something I’ve been putting off for years. Now is a very good time working on the front line.


You are more than welcome!
Everyone should have a will and update it regularly. It's a massive help to your loved ones should the worst happen to you.

This is a great offer. Heat added.
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Is there anything that's not free for NHS staff at minute haha?
DiggingTheDeals03/04/2020 11:04

Everyone should have a will and update it regularly. It's a massive help …Everyone should have a will and update it regularly. It's a massive help to your loved ones should the worst happen to you.This is a great offer. Heat added.


Couldn't agree more!
£10 a year subscription too though
sez101103/04/2020 11:16

£10 a year subscription too though


This is for the update service which is optional for those who are looking for updating the Will in the future, You can cancel it and your Will is still valid and legally binding
When it comes to having a will set up, how do you guys determine who you choose?

I'm looking at setting up power of attorney for my ageing parent's and can do that myself, but no very little about the will process.
portex03/04/2020 10:34

Doesn't cover Scotland


Or Northern Ireland - only England and Wales 😞
There's nothing like a feel good deal on a Friday.... (And this is nothing like a feel good deal on a Friday!)
Only England & Wales, you should maybe add that to the deal?
Great, all they need now is a free can of Red bull to go with it...
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Think in Wales we just want to see our useless government actually doing something for our NHS like PPE testing and Ventilators rather than discussing in the media that they have delayed their own pay rises for six months when many won't have jobs at the end of this. Utterly disgraceful bunch. I have little doubt they will backdate their unjustified pay rise. https://nation.cymru/news/no-pay-rise-for-assembly-members-due-to-coronavirus-pandemic/
Edited by: "Boz" 3rd Apr
Shelly_M03/04/2020 11:46

Or Northern Ireland - only England and Wales 😞


That's a bummer!
Boz03/04/2020 12:42

Think in Wales we just want to see our useless government actually doing …Think in Wales we just want to see our useless government actually doing something for our NHS like PPE testing and Ventilators rather than discussing in the media that they have delayed their own pay rises for six months when many won't have jobs at the end of this. Utterly disgraceful bunch. I have little doubt they will backdate their unjustified pay rise. https://nation.cymru/news/no-pay-rise-for-assembly-members-due-to-coronavirus-pandemic/


In times like these I'm kinda saddened to hear stuff like this, where the attention falls to very minor things with desregard for what's actually happening out there. Over the last few weeks over 5m PPE items have been distributed in Wales alone, and whilst that's still not enough it certainly isn't nothing.

The pay rise thing is a minor element in what's happening out there, but shouldn't take your focus. I'd expect them to skip an uplift at this time, and putting it on paper somewhere at least means that they have.
Edited by: "Hotmeal" 3rd Apr
Hotmeal03/04/2020 13:42

In times like these I'm kinda saddened to hear stuff like this, where the …In times like these I'm kinda saddened to hear stuff like this, where the attention falls to very minor things with desregard for what's actually happening out there. Over the last few weeks over 5m PPE items have been distributed in Wales alone, and whilst that's still not enough it certainly isn't nothing.The pay rise thing is a minor element in what's happening out there, but shouldn't take your focus. I'd expect them to skip an uplift at this time, and putting it on paper somewhere at least means that they have.


It's time to investigate then where all the PPE is, trust me it's not on the wards. As it's not getting through to front line NHS staff at least not in Wales which is an utter disgrace and betrayal to those still charged with duties to care. The pay rise when no doubt our economy is taking a plunge and already thousands have lost their jobs is a further insult to those who have the misfortune to have to suffer this unfit for purpose Gravy train Welsh government.
Edited by: "Boz" 3rd Apr
I haven't gotten round to doing my will but thanks, will now.
Jesus, I thought that read farewell to start with! 💀
Boz03/04/2020 14:42

It's time to investigate then where all the PPE is, trust me it's not on …It's time to investigate then where all the PPE is, trust me it's not on the wards. As it's not getting through to front line NHS staff at least not in Wales which is an utter disgrace and betrayal to those still charged with duties to care. The pay rise when no doubt our economy is taking a plunge and already thousands have lost their jobs is a further insult to those who have the misfortune to have to suffer this unfit for purpose Gravy train Welsh government.


It's important to note that it's not only the NHS who work front line. There are thousands of carers, nurses, social workers working across Wales delivering hundreds of thousands of hours of care each week to vulnerable folk - in their own home, residential, nursing etc. It's not just the NHS who are putting their necks on the line, and let's not forget that, and where the PPE might else be going too
Edited by: "Hotmeal" 3rd Apr
Wow that’s cheered me up after a day on a covid19 isolation ward. #stayhome
Hotmeal03/04/2020 16:39

It's important to note that it's not only the NHS who work front line. …It's important to note that it's not only the NHS who work front line. There are thousands of carers, nurses, social workers working across Wales delivering hundreds of thousands of hours of care each week to vulnerable folk - in their own home, residential, nursing etc. It's not just the NHS who are putting their necks on the line, and let's not forget that, and where the PPE might else be going too



And tell me who treats them when they fall dangerously ill that they need admission to NHS Hospitals. Surely the staff at risk there deserve some protection or have the Senydd forgotten their priorities whilst considering their pay rise.
Edited by: "Boz" 3rd Apr
Hotmeal03/04/2020 16:39

It's important to note that it's not only the NHS who work front line. …It's important to note that it's not only the NHS who work front line. There are thousands of carers, nurses, social workers working across Wales delivering hundreds of thousands of hours of care each week to vulnerable folk - in their own home, residential, nursing etc. It's not just the NHS who are putting their necks on the line, and let's not forget that, and where the PPE might else be going too


It isn't just the NHS, no, but it IS the NHS who are directly dealing with people who actually have CV19.
The carers, social workers and caretakers aren't surrounded by those who are sick with the virus every working minute, are they?

I get what you're saying, but it's on a whole different level. They're not even playing the same game.
Sam_Crow03/04/2020 10:31

Hurry, before the PPE turns up!


You almost killed me with laughter there mate. Best I take advantage of this offer before I pop my clogs looking after COVID patients...
Boz03/04/2020 19:22

And tell me who treats them when they fall dangerously ill that they need …And tell me who treats them when they fall dangerously ill that they need admission to NHS Hospitals. Surely the staff at risk there deserve some protection or have the Senydd forgotten their priorities whilst considering their pay rise.


Bottom line is that there's not enough to go around for all. From a social care perspective, you lose a carer which has a knock-on effect: what happens to the vulnerable person at home? Possibly hospitalised. What about all the other clients or carers that the individual has worked with? Isolated or hospitalised. All I'm saying is that there are lots of places PPE is needed, not just the NHS.
LostAchilles_.03/04/2020 21:06

It isn't just the NHS, no, but it IS the NHS who are directly dealing with …It isn't just the NHS, no, but it IS the NHS who are directly dealing with people who actually have CV19.The carers, social workers and caretakers aren't surrounded by those who are sick with the virus every working minute, are they?I get what you're saying, but it's on a whole different level. They're not even playing the same game.


As are carers - NHS are dealing with those who have been tested, imagine how many are out there who haven't so quite possibly are. See comment above. They're playing the same game, except for they don't know if the people they're helping have it. Almost more worrying, possibly.
Anyways - another helpful post. If you're with the NHS and don't have a will, the service provided by Farewill is pretty good from past experience. £10 annually for a checkup isn't much as a lot can change in a year. Heat.
This has to be THE MOST MORBID post I have seen here!
MRDAMO66603/04/2020 10:33

Jeez......talk about making NHS staff feel good!


Every little helps
I used it because parkinson's UK also offers it for free on their website. It's very basic though and don't forget to cancel before the year is up
deleted215961503/04/2020 11:11

Is there anything that's not free for NHS staff at minute haha?


No they are all going to retire after this is over
MildmanneredCalvin03/04/2020 21:08

You almost killed me with laughter there mate. Best I take advantage of …You almost killed me with laughter there mate. Best I take advantage of this offer before I pop my clogs looking after COVID patients...


Got to laugh, mate. All the best
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