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NHS Retirement Fellowship rebrands to boost awareness

The group, which provides social activities and other benefits to retired NHS workers, is looking to expand its membership 
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The group, which provides social activities and other benefits to retired NHS workers, is looking to expand its membership

While the NHS is one of the world’s largest employers, its retirement group has only around 9,000 members – but now they are hoping to boost numbers with a fresh image and approach.

‘We’re almost the best kept secret in the NHS,’ says NHS Retirement Fellowship chief executive John Rostill. ‘Although we’ve been going since 1978, a lot of people still don’t know about us. When people find out what we do, they find it an attractive proposition. Now our aim is to get much closer to the NHS, encouraging employer organisations to tell their retirees what we offer.’

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