Neighbourhoods and Community Safety coronavirus update
The Community Engagement Team has been supporting the Council response to Covid:19, it also continues to operate within the community as well as through home working arrangements. The team can still be contacted through normal telephone numbers and email addresses.
(a) You can find webcasts of community forums on our youtube channel. Upcoming community forums are announced on social media, so follow us on twitter, facebook and Instagram. You can also find announcements on our newsroom.
(b) The Community Awards were unable to take place in March 2020, but alternative plans to deliver upon this are being looked at.
(c) Bath CIL funding will resume in June 2020 through the use of Zoom.
(d) Interagency Forums have continued to take place using Zoom.
An Introduction to the B&NES Health and Wellbeing Board
Our Health and Wellbeing Board is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of local communities and reducing inequalities across Bath and North East Somerset.
We have a track record of working well with our local health and social care partners and listening to the needs of local people to provide ‘joined-up’ community care.
We want to build on these successes through strengthening our joint working with those who provide our local health and social services (including hospitals, residential care homes and GP surgeries). Our aim is to ensure the delivery of quality standards of care and support that are needed most by our local people. We also want to ensure that local people can have their say on what matters to them and that they can choose and access the care that they want.
The B&NES Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy is the overarching plan for improving health and wellbeing and reducing health inequalities in the area.
Through this strategy, the Health and Wellbeing Board will lead a joined up approach that supports and protects people’s health and wellbeing. Its focus is on encouraging people to stay healthy, improving the quality of people’s lives and on making sure that everyone has a fair chance of living well.
The strategy was developed based on grounded evidence collected through the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment.
For further information on the strategy, please click on the related tab to the left of this page.
How do I find out more?
For further details, please select from the related webpages or alternatively, visit the Democratic Services webpage for a copy of meeting agendas and minutes as well as details on how to attend public Board meetings.