Consultation on Warwickshire’s draft Health and Wellbeing Strategy

Health and wellbeing is an issue relevant to all residents of Warwickshire. Good health and wellbeing allows people to enjoy a good quality of life, maximise their potential and be active members of a community.

We would like your help in developing the Warwickshire Health and Wellbeing Strategy for 2014 – 2019. The aim of the strategy is to provide Warwickshire – both its residents and organisations – with a picture of what needs to be delivered over the next 5 years and how we will work together to achieve this.

The draft strategy has been developed in consultation with key local health and wellbeing partners. To ensure wider feedback we are now opening the consultation to all Warwickshire residents, organisations and stakeholders.

You can access a copy of the draft strategy here. Please read the draft version to allow you to answer the questions within the survey, which is available here. We are keen to hear your views as an either individual, organisation or a group.

If you prefer, we can post a hard copy of the questionnaire out to you. The questionnaire is also available in accessible versions upon request.

For more information or to request an alternative version please or 01926 413751
Many thanks in advance for your participation,
The Warwickshire Health and Wellbeing Board


Draft Warwickshire Health and Wellbeing Strategy, available here:

Consultation questionnaire, available here:



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