Welcome to judithcochrane.com where you can discover more about me and East Belfast, the constituency I represent within the Northern Ireland Assembly. In our role as elected representatives, I believe it's important for us to be accommodating and accessible to all our constituents and I hope that through my website, I can engage more effectively with my constituents and keep you better informed of my work on your behalf. The site also serves as a platform for you to contact me directly with any concerns or comments you might have and I would encourage you to get in touch regarding any issue, big or small. Thank you for taking the time to visit the site and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
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  • Visiting the Royal Mail East Belfast Delivery Office
  • Titanic Building
  • Launching '1 More in 4' proposals for All Party Group on SMEs
  • C.S. Lewis - Holywood Arches Library
  • Maths Week with Strandtown Primary
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Judith has voiced her disappointment following the announcement from Danske Bank regarding changes to their services in East Belfast. From 5th December 2014, the local Danske Bank branch on the Cregagh Road will close and merge with the Donegall Square West branch in Belfast city centre.



I first became aware of the work of Leukaemia & Lymphoma NI when I was approached by a young constituent of mine who asked me to suggest a local charity that she could profile for a school competition as part of the Youth Philanthropy Initiative.



Judith has welcomed news that the Tullycarnet Post Office will be changing to a new Post Office Local branch, with its opening scheduled for the 27th September 2014 at 1pm.


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Judith has today welcome the launch of the Public Health Agency (PHA) ovarian cancer awareness programme, which will see leaflets and posters distributed across Northern Ireland to highlight the signs and symptoms of the illness. The programme is being launched in partnership with Target Ovarian Cancer and Angels of Hope.

If you are over 50, the early symptoms to look out for include:

• persistent bloating for three weeks or more;

• persistent pelvic and abdominal pain;

• difficulty eating or feeling full quickly;

• needing to pee urgently or more frequently than normal;

• changes in bowel habit;

• extreme fatigue (feeling very tired);

• unexplained weight loss.



I recently had the privilege of being asked to contribute to the Put Patients First: Back General Practice Campaign Blog, and was extremely grateful for the opportunity to explain my reasons for supporting the RCGP's call for increased funding.


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