Help to improve your local area
Help to improve your local area
Press release on behalf of the Gwynedd and Môn Public Services Board.
A series of drop in meetings are to be held over the coming weeks where members of the public will have an opportunity to share their thoughts and views on their local communities and what they would like to see improved for the future.
The events are being organised by the Gwynedd and Môn Public Service Board - a body formed recently in response to the Welsh Government’s new Well-being and Future Generations Act.
Under the act, public services must work together to improve the social, economic, environmental and cultural well-being of local communities. The first step in Gwynedd and Anglesey will be to ask local people for their feedback on how they see their local area at the moment and how they believe things can be improved.
Informal drop-in sessions will be held at the following locations:
- Tywyn: Ysgol Uwchradd Tywyn on Monday, 7 November, 7-9pm.
- Dolgellau: Dolgellau Library on Tuesday, 8 November, 2-4pm.
- Dinas Mawddwy: Yr Hen Siop Café on Tuesday, 8 November, 7-9pm.
- Blaenau Ffestiniog: Antur Stiniog on Tuesday, 6 December, 2-4pm.
- Trawsfynydd: Public Hall on Tuesday, 6 December, 7-9pm.
- Llanuwchllyn: The Old Surgery on Thursday, 8 December, 2-4pm.
- Y Bala: Neuadd Buddug on Thursday, 8 December, 7-9pm.
- Criccieth: Memorial Hall on Thursday, 10 November, 2-4pm.
- Porthmadog: Y Ganolfan on Thursday, 10 November, 7-9pm.
- Pen Llŷn: Rhoshirwaun Village Hall on Monday, 10 November, 2-4pm.
- Pwllheli: Ysgol Glan y Môr on Monday, 21 November, 7-9pm.
- Penygroes: Canolfan y Bont on Wednesday, 23 November, 2-4pm.
- Caernarfon: Yr Institiwt on Wednesday, 23 November, 7-9pm.
- Bethesda: Neuadd Ogwen on Thursday, 24 November, 2-4pm.
- Bangor - details to be confirmed.
- Trearddur Bay: Trearddur Bay and District Village Hall, Monday, 14 November, 2-4pm.
- Holyhead: Ysgol Uwchradd Caergybi Monday, 14 November, 7-9pm.
- Llannerchymedd: Wednesday, 16 November, 2-4pm - Location to be confirmed
- Bodedern: Ysgol Uwchradd Bodedern, Wednesday, 16 November, 7-9pm.
- Llangefni: Town Hall, Thursday, 17 November, 2-4pm.
- Valley: Ysgol Gynradd y Fali, Thursday, 17 November, 7-9pm.
- Benllech: Goronwy Owen Memorial Hall, Tuesday, 29 November, 2-4pm.
- Amlwch: Ysgol Syr Thomas Jones, Tuesday, 29 November, 7-9pm.
- Newborough: Eglwys Bach Community Hall, Wednesday, 30 November, 2-4pm.
- Aberffraw: Village Hall, Wednesday, 30 November, 7-9pm.
- Porthaethwy: Thomas Telford Community Centre, Thursday, 1 December, 2-4pm.
- Beaumaris: Iorwerth Rowlands Centre, Thursday, 1 December, 7-9pm.
Members of the public can also take part in the consultation by visiting the website www.LlesiantGwyneddaMon.org or www.GwyneddandMonWell-being.org to read the information pack and fill in the electronic questionnaire, which will be available from 31 October.
Information will also be shared via the board’s social media accounts: www.facebook.com/LlesiantGwynedd&MonWell-being and www.Twitter.com/LlesiantGaM
Information booklets and questionnaires are also available at all Gwynedd Council run libraries and at the three Siop Gwynedd offices at Caernarfon, Pwllheli and Dolgellau.
The consultation period runs from 1 November to 31 December 2016. The feedback collected from the different communities will give the board a clearer picture of local communities, their priorities and how the board partners can work together to plan effectively for the future.