Here are other engagement opportunities and consultation that we think may be of interest to you.
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North Wales Population Assessment
The North Wales population needs assessment published in April 2022 can be downloaded here along with accessible versions, appendices and supporting documents.
There’s more information about the engagement activities we used to inform the assessment in our directory of engagements. This directory will be kept up to date to help us coordinate engagement activities and learn from people’s experiences so we can continue to improve health and social care services in North Wales.
Colwyn Bay Place Plan
Join the community Conversation at a Drop in event!
Bay of Colwyn Town Council have organised 4 community drop-in events across the Bay of Colwyn. During these events you can share your views on the people, places and communities that are important to you.
All the sessions are informal, free to attend and everyone is welcome!
- Drop-in 1: Colwyn Heights Community Centre 17th May, 1pm – 5pm
- Drop-in 2: Rhos on Sea United Reform Church 18th May, 1pm – 5.30pm
- Drop-in 3: Bay View Shopping centre, directly opposite Morrisons 28th June 12pm – 5pm
- Drop-in 4: Old Colwyn Methodist Church, Wynn Avenue 30th June, 2pm – 6pm
You can attend any of the events (for example if you live in Rhos-on-Sea you can attend any other event) – decide which date and time suits you best. You can drop in for 10 minutes or stay for the whole session – it is up to you!
You can find out more about Place Plans here: www.colwynplaceplan.com/q-a
In the meantime, there are several ways to stay up to date and involved with the Colwyn Place Plan:
Fill out the Colwyn Place Plan Survey: This will only take around 5 minutes to complete and focuses on the places in the Colwyn Bay area that are most loved and those that still need some work.
Leave a comment on the community map by visiting: www.colwynplaceplan.com/get-involved
Youth Art Competition – please see the poster where young people can win prizes for their ideas!
Stakeholder online workshops – we will be running 4 online workshops on the following dates:
Wednesday 25th May 1pm – 2pm / Wednesday 8th June 10 – 11am / Thursday 16th June 3.30pm – 4.30pm / Tuesday 21st June 6pm – 7pm.
Further registration details will be emailed out to you next week.
Walking and cycling in Conwy - have your say
The Active Travel (Wales) Act 2013 requires all local authorities in Wales to continuously improve their active travel routes and plan how routes will join up to form networks so that people can more easily get around by bicycle or as a pedestrian for their everyday journeys to work, school and other local destinations.
Following a period of public engagement the legislation requires councils to undertake consultation to give the public the opportunity to check their opinions have been taken on board. This is the stage Conwy County Borough Council has reached. We are now asking :-
- Have we identified the correct routes for improvement (future routes)?
- Are we correct in our assessment of routes that already meet the agreed standards (existing routes)?
- Have we identified all the appropriate new routes?
The legislation is primarily (but not exclusively) based on settlements with a population of more than 2000. In Conwy this means we are consulting about improvements to the walking and cycling routes within these settlement.
Non-Emergency Ambulance Transport Service
We would like to know more about your experience whilst using the Non-Emergency Ambulance Transport Service.
Your views are very important to us and enables us to establish what we are doing well and helps us in making any improvements.
To take part simply click the link below and answer the questions.
Thank you in advance!
To take the survey please click here.
Audit Wales - Are local authorities building community resilience?
Is your local authority enabling you and your community to do more for yourselves?
We want to find out how local authorities are building social resilience and self-reliance in their citizens and communities. Is your local authority supporting you to live independently?
By providing information to support people to do more for themselves, local authorities can create a more resilient future where communities decide on the big issues they face and do more for themselves.
Our survey aims to find out what makes our communities the places they are, and how resilient they are. We want to hear the things that communities have done in the last two years that people are proud of, and that others can learn from.
We also want to find out what else local authorities need to do to support the public to be able to do more for themselves.
We’d love to hear from you, fill in our survey [opens in new window].
Bowel Cancer Community Voices Cymru
How do we move towards a year in Wales with no bowel cancer deaths? Take part in this new project from the Moondance Cancer Initiative and @bowelcanceruk that aims to help understand how bowel cancer survival can be improved. If you live in Wales and have been affected by the disease, including friends and family, share your thoughts, experiences and ideas in our survey. Take part today: https://cardiff.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/bowel-cancer-survey
Llanddulas Youth & Community Centre - Consultation Questionnaire
This questionnaire will help the Trustees whom run the Youth & CommunityCentre gather information on how to develop the Centre for the future.
If you require a paper copy or further information please contact the Community Centre - contact details can be found here.
Social Care Wales
Workforce Strategy Implementation - Stakeholder Engagement Events
Working together to deliver the 10-year A Healthier Wales: Our Workforce Strategy for Health and Social Care
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) and Social Care Wales are jointly holding six half day face-to-face events where you will be able to contribute to the next phase of implementing the 10-year workforce strategy.
The six half-day events will take place on three days and will be delivered across Wales on the following dates:
• North Wales: Monday 20 June at Venue Cymru, Llandudno
• West Wales: Monday 11 July at the Halliwell Centre, Carmarthen
• South Wales: Thursday 14 July at Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff
Each of the days will consist of two events, one running in the morning (09:00 to 12:30) and the other in the afternoon (13:00 to 16:30).
The morning events will cover the following areas:
1. An engaged, motivated and healthy workforce
2. Attraction and recruitment
3. Leadership and succession
4. Workforce supply and shape
And the afternoon events will focus on:
1. Seamless workforce models
2. Building a digitally ready workforce
3. Excellent education and learning
5. Welsh Language.
To register, click on the link for the event you’d like to attend:
You are more than welcome to join us at a morning and an afternoon event; however, you will need to register for both events.
Please feel free to forward this email to colleagues you think these events would be of interest to.
National Safeguarding Training Standards
As part of the consultation on the National Safeguarding Training Standards, the North Wales Safeguarding Board will be holding three events on the following dates – please feel free to circulate across your organisation
May 18th 12pm – 1.15pm
May 25th 12pm – 1.15 pm for third sector/ Voluntary agencies
June 8th 12pm- 1.15 pm
To book a place on these events please go to https://www.northwalessafeguardingboard.wales/events/