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Watford Community Conversation
Thu 25 May 2017, 13:45 – 17:00 BST
How does our community support people who are isolated? How do we build stronger communities? What will a day service look like in the future? How will we meet increasing needs?
Watford and Three Rivers Trust are supporting a Herts County Council initiative to redesign day services in Hertfordshire, by supporting a local community conversation.
We would like to invite you to take part in this conversation by attending one of two workshops that we will be delivering. These events are relevant for any health policy and voluntary and community sector leads, representatives and councillors for Watford Borough Council and Three Rivers District Council, local day services, faith groups and other service providers of any size that operate within the communities of Watford and Three Rivers.
The workshops will include:
Feedback on the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) needs analysis (‘what is a good life in Hertfordshire?’)
A review of the valuable assets that already exist within our community (e.g. places, people and services)
Discussions regarding what future service delivery might look like.
Time: Registration 1.45pm, the event will run from 2pm-5pm
Parking: Sutton & Gade car parks are both a 3 minute walk from the venue
Refreshments: Tea and cake will be provided
Speakers: Both workshops will be facilitated by Peter Wright who is the Co-Chairman of Watford and Three Rivers Trust. Peter worked as the Director of Environmental Health at Watford Borough Council and Assistant Director of Public Health at Watford & Three Rivers Primary Care Trust. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Public health and the Chartered Institute of environmental health.