Healthwatch Gloucestershire Roadshow on health and social care issues

Healthwatch Gloucestershire is taking to the roads in a campervan in March to find out what people think about their local health and care services.Healthwatch Gloucestershire aims to speak to at least 500 people from all corners of the county as part of its ‘Campervan and Comments Tour.’

Healthwatch Gloucestershire’s role is to make sure the health and care system in the county meets the needs of the people who use it. They gather feedback from patients and their families on services such as GP surgeries, care homes, hospitals, mental health and social care.  These findings are then taken to the organisations which plan, pay for and deliver health and care services.  Through the roadshow Healthwatch aims to reach more people and listen to what they have to say. The roadshow will visit:

  • Saturday 23 March Stroud Farmers Market
  • Sunday 24 March Gloucester Car Boot Sale, Hempsted
  • Monday 25 March Three Shires Garden Centre, Newent (AM), Clock Tower, Coleford (PM)
  • Tuesday 26 March Gloucester Cathedral Grounds (AM), Tesco, Brockworth (PM)
  • Wednesday 27 March Fairford Market (AM)
    Information stands at Tesco Extra Supermarket, Kings Meadow, Cirencester (AM)
    Information stands in Moreton in Marsh at North Cotswold Community Hospital and Budgens Supermarket (both PM)
  • Thursday 28 March Tewkesbury Hospital, Tewkesbury (AM) Springbank Community Centre, Cheltenham (PM)

For up-to-date details on the roadshow visit: