10:49AM, Wednesday 16 March 2016
The health and wellbeing of children in Windsor and Maidenhead is better than the national average, according to new statistics.
Child Health Profiles, published by Public Health England, show levels of child poverty, child mortality rates and levels of obesity are better than the average for the rest of England.
The profiles take in a number of factors, including GCSE results, hospital admissions and smoking in pregnancy.
The majority of figures for the Royal Borough are classified as 'significantly better' than the England average, with a handful rated as 'not significantly different'.
None of the factors were classified in the 'significantly worse' category.
An independent report into a Conservative councillor has found a breach of the Royal Borough’s code of conduct in a document seen by the Advertiser.