Improving health and wellbeing in Shropshire – please give your views

16 September 2021

Shropshire’s Health and Wellbeing Board (HWBB) has drafted a Joint 2022-2027 Health and Wellbeing Strategy. It outlines the identified priorities based on local evidence and data, and explains how the Board will work together to action these priorities.

The final strategy will be based on feedback received from people living in Shropshire and stakeholders. That’s why we’re asking for your thoughts through this short survey for the public or short survey for stakeholders which should take around 10 minutes to complete.

The survey will close on Monday 8 November.

All the information including the surveys and draft strategy can be found here. You will find it helpful to take a look at the strategy before completing this.

Cllr. Dean Carroll, Chair of the Shropshire Health and Wellbeing Board said: “Although the strategy has been drafted using sound evidence base, and in-depth discussions with Health and Wellbeing Board members, the views of Shropshire people and organisations who work with Shropshire people, are an essential part of creating the final strategy.

“I would encourage anyone to complete the survey, which can be found on the Shropshire Council website. We want to create opportunities to improve health and wellbeing for all residents and communities in Shropshire, while reducing inequalities in health”.

The findings from the survey will be published on the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy page of the Shropshire Council website, with a link to the new strategy which will published early next year.

Page last updated 16 September 2021