Bexley Wellbeing Partnership has embarked on a journey to transform health and care services through Local Care Networks with partners from across the health and care system.

What is Bexley Wellbeing Partnership?

The Bexley Wellbeing Partnership (BWP) brings together 17 local partner organisations with a shared goal of supporting and improving the health, care and wellbeing of local people and communities.

Our vision is to improve the health and wellbeing of residents across the course of their entire life – supporting people to start well, live well and age well.

Bexley Wellbeing Partnership's aims include:

Delivering joined up health and social care services that best meet the needs of Bexley’s population and help to improve the health and wellbeing of residents

For services to be developed with the person at the centre, coordinated and tailored to the needs and preferences of the individual, their carers and family

Improving the emphasis on the prevention of ill health and promotion of health and wellbeing

Narrowing the inequalities gap in health outcomes between the most affluent and most deprived communities in Bexley.

Find out how to get involved with Bexley Wellbeing Partnership

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Organisations helping to change health and care in Bexley for the better

News, Stories & Events in Bexley

Bexley Wellbeing Partnership Committee Meeting

The Bexley Wellbeing Partnership committee met at the end of the month and devoted a large part of the meeting to a special talk on Men’s Health in light of International Men’s Day and Men’s Health Month (Movember). Our Bexley and Greenwich colleague, Robert Shaw, spoke about the treatment he is receiving for head and […]

05 Dec 2022
Bexley resident nominated for The Sun’s Who Cares Wins Award 2022

We were delighted that Mel Hudson, who runs Slade Green Foodbank in Bexley, was nominated for a Sun Who Cares Wins Award in the category of Unsung Hero, for her support to the local community. Mel has worked tirelessly to ensure that residents of Bexley have access to basic food supplies. Mel also runs first […]

05 Dec 2022
Bexley celebrates Black History Month

On a sunny afternoon during half-term a packed primary school hall in Erith was the place to be as families came together to celebrate Black History Month. The event, funded by Bexley Wellbeing Partnership, was organised by Bexley BAME Forum and Active Horizons, a youth-led charity set up to support young Black and Minority Ethnic […]

27 Oct 2022