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Worcestershire Partnership

The Worcestershire Partnership

What is the Worcestershire Partnership?

If time travel was possible, we could zoom ten years into the future and see what Worcestershire would be like.

The Worcestershire Partnership does just that. In order to tackle issues that affect Worcestershire residents' quality of life - such as the environment, the economy and health - organisations need to work together. These issues are connected and we believe that we can address them better by working together, sharing ideas and pooling our resources.

The Worcestershire Partnership brings together local government, public services such as health, learning providers, police and probation, voluntary and community organisations and local businesses within Worcestershire. The work of the partnership is based on a shared common purpose and good will.

Our vision and values

Together we have developed a vision for Worcestershire that meets the aspirations of local people and which promotes the social, economic and environmental well being of the County. This vision is based on what Worcestershire residents told us was important to them in making our county a great place to visit, work or live in.

Our vision is "a county with safe, cohesive, healthy and inclusive communities, a strong and diverse economy and a valued and cherished environment."

We have produced a Community Strategy that sets out the detail of how we will achieve this vision.

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This page was last reviewed 8 May 2013 at 17:33.
The page is next due for review 4 November 2014.