Nottinghamshire Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy consultation

A consultation is currently being undertaken to shape the second Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy for Nottinghamshire. The Nottinghamshire Health and Wellbeing Board, chaired by Councillor John Doddy, is keen to hear views on their proposals from anyone with an interest in health and care locally.

You can find out more and have your say on the Council’s consultation hub. Please share details of the consultation with relevant colleagues. The consultation runs until 29 October.

Nicola Lane

Public Health and Commissioning Manager

Nottinghamshire County Council

 T: 0115 977 2130

About Sue Sambells

Editor of Bramcote Today. Trustee of Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch. Lead Coordinator for RVR, Bramcote - Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
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5 Responses to Nottinghamshire Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy consultation

  1. stevejcarr says:

    Hi Sue

    I have sent an email about road restrictions

    Steve

    Sent from my iPad

  2. Paul Nathanail says:

    Encouraging the Borough Council to replace the leisure centre in Bramcote and offering to share some of the proceeds from its wish to dispose of publically owned land to pay for the new facilities in the centre of the community would be a great way for Notts CC to show they are serious about our health and well being.

  3. Mike Johnson says:

    Getting rid of the Freehold of the School Playing Fields is not a good move if the County Council want to help the Health and Well Being of the residents of Bramcote. The New School may well be built as this land will be concreted over to help pay for the school. The same could have been achieved by leasing the land instead and receiving some income from the property to help Health and Well Being Projects in the Bramcote Area.

  4. Alan Beale says:

    Page 10 of the report is interesting where it shows that Broxtowe is 2nd bottom in the County for adults achieving physical activity of over 150 minutes a week.
    England achieves 57.00%, Nottinghamshire 59.5% and Broxtowe 54.7% . Mansfield achieves 50.8%.
    The report recommends the “re-designing of environments to encourge active lifestyles”
    Clearly, having a new leisure centre built in approximately the same area as now will significantly help improve local residents physical activity and associated health and well being.
    There had been gossip some time ago about moving the leisure centre to the Toton area but I hope this does not happen as it is impossible to walk from Bramcote to Toton. Keeping the Leisure Centre in Bramcote is critical to our health.

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