Residents and stakeholders in West Nuneaton (including Camp Hill, Bar Pool, Kingswood and Galley Common), and East Nuneaton (including Horestone Grange, Weddington, St Nicolas Park, Attleborough and Whitestone) are being encouraged to attend a local event at Newtown Centre on Tuesday 21st January, to help shape the health and care provision within the local area.
The event, which will take place between 9:30am and 12:30pm, will provide those attending the opportunity to hear views on the health and wellbeing of the local population and share some initial findings on emerging key issues.
Talking about the importance of working with local communities, Councillor Les Caborn, Portfolio Holder for Adult Social Care and Health, said:
“Local community sessions are essential for us to help get a real understanding from residents and stakeholders about the type of services they wish to see in their area in the future. As a County Council we are looking to make Warwickshire the best it can be and this involves us ensuring the county’s communities and individuals are supported to be safe, healthy and independent. However, this can only be achieved by working with communities to better understand their needs.
“So, don’t miss out. Please ensure that you come along and share your thoughts on current services and share any ideas you may have on activities you would like to see in the future.”
Partners in the health and social care sectors will also appreciate all comments and thoughts, as they will be able to develop services with suggestions in mind too.
To book onto this event or to see others in your area please visit: https://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/joint-strategic-needs-assessments-1
If you can’t attend the event, then don’t worry, we would still like to hear your views. Why not visit https://ask.warwickshire.gov.uk/insights-service/warwickshire-joint-strategic-needs-assessment-resi/consultation/intro/ and take five minutes to fill in a community survey. It could make a real difference to the community you live in.