Homeless and Rough Sleepers report

 (HWWB) launched its Homeless And Rough Sleepers Report 2018, which highlights the challenges and experiences of this marginalised group within our community.


Thinking Together Reports

Please find the reports of the ‘Thinking Together’ events here. Co-produced using the actual views expressed by all who attended, these reports often make many recommendations and provides a ‘Way Forward’ , with a hope that Community Mental Health services will change and improve in the future.


Thinking Together Action For Mental Health Report – Nov 2017

Thinking Together Action for mental health

Thinking Together Voice For Mental Health Report – May 2017

Thinking Together Recommendations – May 2017


Annual Reports

We are pleased to publish our Annual Report for April 2015 – March 2016. If you require this document in either a printed version or any other format , please let us know at:

Healthwatch West Berkshire Annual Report 2016 – 2017

Healthwatch West Berkshire Annual Report 2015 – 2016

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Healthwatch West Berkshire Annual Report 2014 – 2015

Work Plan

This work plan outlines Healthwatch West Berkshire’s research and focus up to December 2016. It is driven by a set of strategic objectives and the values and principles agreed by the Healthwatch West Berkshire Champions Group and Healthwatch West Berkshire Board. The process also looked at the local priorities of key organisations via the JSNA, Health and Well Being Board, Newbury and District CCG and West Berkshire Councils ‘New Ways of Working’.

In agreeing this work plan, our Board is mindful of the need to remain flexible in our planning, to allow for emerging trends and issues. This plan and emerging evidence will be reviewed regularly.

WORKPLAN 2017 – 2018 – Healthwatch West Berkshire (updated September 2017)

Workplan 2017-2018 Rationale (updated September 2017)

Healthwatch West Berkshire Workplan 2016-2017 

Revised_Healthwatch West Berkshire Workplan 2015 – 2016 (updated July 2016)

Policies and Procedures

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