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Agenda and minutes

Venue: Cricklade Town Hall, 113 High St, Cricklade, SN6 6AE

Contact: Kevin Fielding  (Democratic Services Officer)

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7:00pm

68.

Appointments

Election of the Chairman

 

·       To elect a Chairman for the forthcoming year.

 

 

Election of the Vice Chairman

 

·       To elect a Vice Chairman for the forthcoming year.

 

 

Appointments to Outside Bodies and Working Groups.

 

To agree the appointments to outside bodies and working groups

for the forthcoming year:

 

·       Community Area Transport Group (CAT-G)

 

·       C&DCA (Cricklade Leisure Centre)

 

·       Community & RAF Fairford Liaison Group

 

·       Caring for Dementia

 

·       Health & Wellbeing Board

Minutes:

Cllr Allison Bucknell was elected Chairman of the Royal Wootton Bassett and Cricklade Area Board 2018/19.

 

Cllr Bob Jones was elected Vice-Chairman of the Royal Wootton Bassett and Cricklade Area Board 2018/19.

 

 

Appointments to Outside Bodies and Working Groups.

 

The following appointments to outside bodies and working groups for the forthcoming year were made:

 

·         Community Area Transport Group (CAT-G) – All Area Board members

 

·         C&DCA (Cricklade Leisure Centre) – Cllr Bob Jones

 

·         Community & RAF Fairford Liaison Group - Cllr Bob Jones

 

·         Caring for Dementia – Cllr Allison Bucknell & Cllr Mary Champion

 

·         Health & Wellbeing Board - Cllr Mary Champion

 

69.

Chairman's Welcome, Introductions and Announcements

Minutes:

The Chairman welcomed everyone to the meeting of the Royal Wootton Bassett & Cricklade Area Board and introduced the councillors and officers present.

 

The Chairman advised that Cllr Simon Billis – Broad Town Parish Council had sadly passed away. Condolences were passed on to his family from the Area Board.

70.

Apologies for Absence

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Cllr Mary Champion and Sheila Dunn – RWB Memorial Hall

71.

Minutes

To approve the minutes of the meeting held on Wednesday 9 May 2018.

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

Decision

 

·         The minutes of the meeting held on Wednesday 9 May 2018 were agreed a correct record and signed by the Chairman.

72.

Declarations of Interest

To receive any declarations of disclosable interests or dispensations granted by the Standards Committee.

 

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest

73.

Wiltshire - The Wider Picture

News and information on what’s going on in your local community and across the county:

 

·         UK Youth Parliament Elections and Activity

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

There following Chairman’s Announcements contained in the agenda pack was noted:

 

·         UK Youth Parliament Elections and Activity

74.

Strengthening our Communities

HOW TO GET THE BEST OUT OF YOUR NHS

 

Overview from a representative from the Clinical Commissioning Group.

This will cover in simple terms, what a CCG exactly is, the different types of health care available and who is responsible for them.

 

 

Councillor Jerry Wickham - Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care

Public Health and Public Protection will speak about Public Health and the community. To include the wider prevention and early intervention in healthcare agenda.

 

 

What can you do to improve your own health outcomes and those of loved ones? An update on the health trainer service from Sally Maynard-Smith - health trainer, Wiltshire Council.

 

 

The Health and Wellbeing Board - a short update on this local network from Alexa Davies - community engagement manager.

 

 

How can you get involved and support your local surgery?

Charlotte Gorman - Practice Manager at Tinkers Lane Surgery.

 

 

Healthwatch Wiltshire will present Who can you talk to if you have any concerns about your care?

 

 

This will be followed by a short question and answer session.

 

Please submit your health themed questions to any of our speakers by Friday 29 June to your Community Engagement Manager; 

alexa.davies@wiltshire.gov.uk.    

 

 

Grant Funding

 

The Area Board members are asked to consider applications to the Community Area Grants scheme.

 

Full details of all grantapplications are contained in the agenda pack, as well as a grants summary from the previous financial year.

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

How to get the best out of your NHS

 

Dr Richard Sandford-Hill - GP Chair Wiltshire CCG and Jo Cullen, Director of Primary and Urgent Care gave a short presentation that highlighted what the CCG exactly was, the different types of health care available and who was responsible for them.

 

Points made included:

 

What was a CCG

 

·         Clinical Commissioning Group – born of the 2012 Health Act
(the Lansley Reforms)

 

·         Were designed to move away from ‘bureaucratic leadership’

 

·         Were clinically-led membership organisations: GP practices were all members, far more of a say, eg Chairman was a GP

 

·         Hospital Doctor and Director of Nursing on Governing Body

 

·         That the CCG held pot of NHS money for Wiltshire and ‘buy’ (commission) healthcare for the population

 

·         Money comes from Treasury to NHS England to CCGs

 

·         Work with Wiltshire Council Public Health team to understand Wiltshire people’s health needs, to work out priorities and how to get most value for largest number of people from our budget.

 

·         ‘Buy’ quantities of operations, interventions, treatments etc from
3 x hospitals, 1x mental health trust, 1 x community provider,
1 x children’s community provider, 1 x ambulance trust,
1 x out of hours provider, 49 x GP practices.

 

·         CCGs ‘assessed’ against national and local targets set by NHS England, CQC etc. Quarterly meetings, rankings etc.

 

·         That local surgeries were struggling to recruit GPs particularly in rural locations.

 

·         That there were not enough GPs to cover the Lyneham and the MOD Lyneham site.

 

 

Councillor Jerry Wickham - Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care Public Health and Public Protection, Wiltshire Council gave a short presentation that   highlighted public health and the community.

 

Points made included:

 

·         The importance of an healthy life style.

 

·         The importance of Enablement – giving older people quality care from the outset.

 

·         Local Area Coordinators – preventing need, reducing need, delaying need and managing need.

 

·         The importance of Health & Wellbeing as part of the Wiltshire Council Core Strategy.

 

 

Sally Maynard-Smith - health trainer, Wiltshire Council gave a short presentation that outlined what could you do to improve your own health outcomes and those of loved ones.

 

Points made included:

 

·         That Health Trainers work on a one to one basis to support behaviour change and improve health.

 

·         They concentrate on behaviours associated with ill health including unhealthy eating often linked to obesity, stop or reduce smoking, sensible drinking, increasing physical activity, building confidence and motivation to change and boosting self-esteem.

 

 

·         They can also signpost and support clients to access other services and activities where appropriate.

 

·         That the service was open to anyone over the age of 18 years of age and, could be accessed by appointment in a variety public venues in Wiltshire such as libraries and leisure centres.

 

·         Health Trainers worked with their clients for six sessions, building motivation and confidence to enable the client to help themselves and maintain the

 

·         changes.

Alexa Davies - community engagement manager gave a brief update on the health and wellbeing group - a local network connecting care-co-ordinators from the  ...  view the full minutes text for item 74.

75.

Spotlight on Parishes and Partners

To receive updates from our key partners, including:

 

·         Wiltshire Police – written report

·         Dorset and Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service – written report

·         Greensquare

·         CMAS

·         NHS Wiltshire – written report

·         Healthwatch Wiltshire – written report

·         Recycle for Wiltshire

·         Parish and Town Councils

 

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

 

Updates were received from the following Partners, Towns and Parishes:

 

·         Wiltshire Police - the written report was noted

 

·         Dorset and Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service - the written report was noted

 

·         Community Mentoring and Support – the written report was noted

 

·         NHS Wiltshire – the written report was noted

 

·         Healthwatch Wiltshire – the written report was noted

 

·         Royal Wootton Bassett Town Council – the written report was noted

 

·         Cricklade Town Council – the written report was noted

 

·         Wiltshire Family Learning – the written report was noted

 

·         Recycling for Wiltshire Joint Venture – the written report was noted.

 

·         Royal Wootton Bassett Local Youth Network – the written report was noted.

 

The Chairman thanked all partners for their updates

 

76.

Task Group Reports and Decisions

To consider reports from the following task groups and make any

necessary decisions:

 

·         Community Area Transport Group (report attached)

 

·         Wiltshire Wildlife Trust

 

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

The Community Area Transport Group (CAT-G)

 

·         The report dated 6 June 2018 was noted.

 

·         Substantive Highways Scheme - Tockenham (5892) and Purton (4458) – funding agreed

 

·         Next meeting Wednesday 12 September 2018.

 

 

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust

 

·         The written report was noted.

 

8:30pm

77.

Wrap Up

Minutes:

The Chairman thanked everybody for attending the meeting

 

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