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Health and Wellbeing Board Annual Conference

Every year, the Health and Wellbeing Board holds a conference, which provides an opportunity to engage with delivery partners, stakeholders, service users and local residents on local health and wellbeing issues. These conferences have proved very popular, with around 100 people attending the last event.

January 2023 Conference

Date: Tuesday 31 January

Time: 2pm - 5pm

Venue: Council Chamber, Council Offices, Market Street, Newbury RG14 5LD (or via Zoom)

This year's Health and Wellbeing Board Conference will have the theme of 'Creating Resilient Communities' and will cover the local response to the challenges posed by the rising cost of living.

The conference is open to anyone in West Berkshire who has an interest in Health and Wellbeing. In addition, there will be a 'marketplace' where voluntary sector organisations and service providers will be available to discuss what they do.

The conference will take place as a hybrid meeting with face-to-face places in the Council Chamber limited to 70 attendees, and the option the attend virtually via Zoom. Early booking is advised, particularly if you would like to attend in person.

Last year's conference attracted over 100 attendees and was an excellent platform for local engagement on key health issues.

This year the conference will include sessions on the new health landscape and the Integrated Care System, cost of living support and coping with financial pressures, and mental health, with presentations from Health and Wellbeing Board partners and other organisations working with local residents, as well as question and answer sessions.

For more information and to book your place on the Health and Wellbeing Conference, please register on our booking website.

If you have any questions about the event, then please email:

You can also view our Icon for pdf Health and Wellbeing Conference Programme [123KB] .


January 2022 Conference

You can view or download content from the last conference below.



Breakout Room Summaries:


  • Priority 1: Reduce the differences in health between different groups of people
  • Priority 2: Support individuals at high risk of bad health outcomes to live healthy lives
  • Priority 3: Help families and children in early years
  • Priority 4: Promote good mental health and wellbeing for all children and young people
  • Priority 5: Promote good mental health and wellbeing for all adults

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