Residents invited to complete ‘let’s talk’ survey about wellbeing
The Vale Public Services Board (PSB) is asking people to take part in a survey that will help guide work to improve the wellbeing of communities.
Established in each Local Authority area in Wales, PSBs bring together senior leaders from public and third sector organisations to make social, economic, cultural and environmental improvements in their region.
In the Vale, it is made up of representatives from the Council, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, the Police, Fire Service, Natural Resources Wales, Glamorgan Voluntary Services and other partners.
The PSB must publish a Wellbeing Assessment next year and so a range of engagement activity is taking place to inform that document.
In turn, the document will be used to draft a Wellbeing Plan for the Vale, which is required under the Wellbeing For Future Generations Act.
Residents are being asked to complete a survey about services in the area and life in general.
This is an opportunity for members of the public to share their views with the PSB on a range of topics related to wellbeing, while further consultation work will take place later in the year.
The survey will run until Sunday, September 19.
More information about the Vale Public Services Board is available on the website and those interested in learning how their company can help with its work should email.