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We should support this as being probably one of the best ways forward to partially resolve our Transport issues.

Further Action  - John Carr last 5 items key, spaces on website need information.

NB March 2006 Newsletter Topics – Readibus, chip and pin, Access to countryside. Deadline to printers March 1st, information by 27th Feb.  John Holt proposed an idea for a future newsletter look at the human side, a person who has achieved.

14. AOB

Jill Bosley – PPI forums wanting to get a data base up together for public to take part in questionnaires etc. want to get a data base of people who will be willing to take place in these questionnaires.  Available in all formats.  PPI voluntary sector forum on health.  They want people to register.   John Holt offered to send to WBNA mailing list and MS society, Shelly Hambrecht offered to put in with the CAWB mailing.

John Head – let exec know that on 29th Nov community care and housing were presented a paper, a three year review will now take place, a network of consultation will be available, not yet in place, learning disability partnership board will be heavily involved, respite beds were going. John Head has prepared a paper on this, and will take on the responsibility to continue to lead on this, hopefully by getting on the review committee.

Action  - Attach copy to these minutes John Head will keep us informed on regular basis.

John Holt, Royal Berkshire Hospital Trust - any one who wishes to apply to be a governor has to get there application in within the next week.

Hydrotherapy project - John Holt to speak to with Dr Taiton to feed back that hospital is a good site for the pool.  Peter Atkinson (Chair, West Berkshire Partnership) very receptive to the project needs to progress first and he will get it onto the west Berkshire partnership board.  The project appears to be continuing on the right path but slowly.  The Football club are now completely out of the picture.  Funding would come from likely sources such as Greenham common trust; running costs are a question at the moment. Need people with clout to get behind it such as the partnership board. WBDA gives John full support.

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