Conwy and Denbighshire Local Service Board
What is a Local Service board? Conwy local service board (LSB) is a board of the main employment organizations across the county and is now merged with Denbighshire to form a joint LSB. It brings together the organizations in quarterly meetings encouraging partnership working and sharing of resources. The LSB aims to improve public services both in planning and delivery and to increase efficiency. The LSB works to the principles and priorities as set out in One Conwy plan. and The BIG Denbighshire plan Which Organizations are members of the LSB? Conwy Local Service Board consists of the Chief Executive and Leader from Conwy County Borough Council, Welsh Government, North Wales Police, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, North Wales Fire and Rescue Service, Coleg Llandrillo, Conwy Voluntary Services Council, Snowdonia National Park Authority, Environment Agency, Registered Social Landlords (currently represented by Pennaf and Cartrefi Conwy) and North Wales Economic Forum. What role does CVSC play in the LSB? CVSC represent the third sector in the LSB. The CVSC Making the Connections project officer is involved in the projects of the LSB, this is a role funded by European social fund to increase the connections between LSB’s and the Third Sector across Wales. Ensuring that two way communication takes place- the third sector voice is heard in the LSB via feedback and consultations and also to disseminate information, lessons learned and good practice from LSB to the third sector via e briefings, the CVSC website and our membership newsletter.
Visit www.conwyanddenbighshirelsb.org.uk to discover more.