Have your say on Blackpool’s Joint Local Health and Wellbeing Strategy
The Blackpool Health and Wellbeing Board is asking for feedback on its draft Joint Local Health and Wellbeing strategy for the next five years. The aim of the strategy is to drive change to help improve the health and wellbeing of the population of Blackpool and reduce the gap in health outcomes between Blackpool and England as a whole.
The Health and Wellbeing Board which has members ranging from our local authority, voluntary organisations and the emergency services have chosen four key priorities and we would welcome your views on our draft plans and ambitions for each of these priorities:
- Starting Well
- Education, Employment and Training
- Living Well
The information you share will be confidential and will be used to help finalise the strategy, due for approval in March 2024.
The deadline for responses is Monday 12 February 2024 at 9am.
You can view the draft strategy here: Blackpool Local Health& Wellbeing Strategy (JLHWS) 2024–2028
To share your views please completed the online survey questions here: Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (smartsurvey.co.uk)
Paper surveys: If you are unable to complete the survey online please visit your local library to request a printed questionnaire.