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    • Simple Jack
      Bristol gets first medical cannabis centre Anyone can book a consultation Bristol's first medical cannabis centre has launched in Redland. The MyAccess service in Redland Court Road's May Wellness Centre is only the second medical cannabis clinic in the UK to get a licence, which the CQC announced last night (November 13). The Government legalised medical cannabis last November and now the May Wellness Centre can start assessing patients with conditions such as chronic pain, PTSD, anxiety and depression. Anyone can book a consultation at the clinic. If a patient is found to be suitable for a prescription, they can pick it up from pharmacies such as Boots, which would place an order from a wholesaler. Initial consultations costing £150 are now available at the clinic. Follow-up consultations cost £50. Leila Simpson, deputy CEO of the United Patients Alliance, said: “The CQC’s decision is incredibly significant in providing real hope to thousands of families trying to access medical cannabis for their loved ones. "Patients have remained frustrated by the slow uptake of prescriptions in both the NHS and private sector, and we call on the Government to urgently increase the speed of access to these vital medicines with uninterrupted supply based on patient need.” 'Over the moon' Bruce is a 45-year-old army veteran who has a long history of Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (CPTSD). The Devon resident hopes he will be eligible for medical cannabis at the clinic. He said: “I’m over the moon by this exciting news. For years I’ve been desperately trying to access medical cannabis for my CPTSD and the thought of now being safely prescribed in Bristol fills me with excitement.” Graham Woodward, clinical director at MyAccess, said: “We’re delighted to have received our CQC registration, which I’m confident will be a turning point for patients who have so far been unable to access medical cannabis. "I hope this brings renewed hope for the reported 1.4 million people in the UK using ‘street cannabis’ to treat their chronic health conditions that a legitimately sourced, high quality medical cannabis alternative is available." The CQC licence means patients can be prescribed in the Bristol clinic, but it also allows MyAccess specialists to provide home care services for those too unwell to travel.     Dr Oscar D’Agnone, consultant psychiatrist with MyAccess, said: “I’ve seen the transformative benefits of medical cannabis first-hand and I am really pleased to be able to start assessing patients in a CQC-registered clinic." If you would like to find out more, visit www.myaccessclinics.co.uk.   https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/bristol-gets-first-medical-cannabis-3538510  
    • Hugh Jass
      To be honest I''m not that impressed with Brighton, it's more of a shopping place for us. I would carry on up the coast to Worthing, it's a got a small pier, some nice places to eat and drink and is quite up and coming. It has changed from what it used to be. If you like walking there is the Cissbury ring, and chancerbury ring to stoll around, giving wonderful views of the local coutryside. The Cissbury ring even has wild horses at the top. I would then head over to a small village called Steyning in the afternoon and go into the tea rooms opposite the only roundabout, cup of tea and a slice of cake and wander around the village.   If you want to walk the promenade in Worthing park up at the sea lane cafe and walk to the coast cafe, eat at the coast cafe, the food is ok but the atmosphere is great, they even have a DJ there at weekends. It would be a nice morning or a afternnon walk or even take the bicycle if you want.       Whitby is good fun, I would avoid the Goth weekends there though, it gets busy. There are lots of cute shops and the abby ruins to walk around. It can look a bit desolate at times, which I wonder was the inspiration for Bram Stoker, because he wrote Dracula there. Oh and take the steam tain bus thingy, it's only a couple of quid and is great fun young and old alike. too toot!    
    • Simple Jack
      Cannabis farm exposed by Nottinghamshire flooding     Image copyrightNOTTINGHAMSHIRE POLICE Image captionA total of 25 plants worth more than £20,000 were found by police A man has been arrested after a van carrying cannabis plants from a flooded house was intercepted by police. The speeding vehicle was stopped in Welham Road, Retford, Nottinghamshire, at about 22:30 GMT on Sunday. Police said 25 plants with a street value of more than £20,000 were seized. A home in Market Street, Worksop, was searched, with another plant and equipment seized. Worksop was heavily hit by flooding, with residents needing to be rescued from chest-high water. Image captio As well as being used to grow cannabis, the property was also found to be illegally diverting electricity, with the flooded cellar making growing the plants in the upstairs areas dangerous. Nottinghamshire Police said the 26-year-old driver was arrested and has since been released while inquiries continue. Officers are hunting for a second man who was in the van but fled when it was stopped. 'Flushing out criminal activity' Sgt Tony Rungay said the seizure came as a result of "a relatively routine vehicle stop". "The flooding has had a big impact on the town of Worksop, causing misery for a number of families who have had to leave their homes," he said. "However, it appears it has also had the impact of flushing out some criminal activity by halting some large-scale cannabis production."   https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-50430844