The Caerphilly you want

Residents from Caerphilly county borough are being invited to have their say at any one of a number of public consultation events happening within the borough to help Caerphilly Council create the “Caerphilly YOU Want”.

Following the introduction of the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 which became law in April, Caerphilly County Borough Council is keen to consult with residents via consultation workshops about ways in which the well-being of people in Wales can be improved.

The next workshop is being held at 10am in the Caerphilly, The Vanguard Centre. Wednesday 7th September 10am-1pm.. The workshop will focus on issues that are important to or impact on local communities in this area.

A further local workshop will be held in Crosskeys, Coleg Gwent, Crosskeys Campus on Tuesday 20 September 6pm to 8pm.

Places are allocated on a first come, first serve basis. For more information or to book a place please call 01443 866391 or e-mail doylevm@caerphilly.gov.uk

The online consultation closed on Friday 30th September. Thank you for giving us your views.

The Caerphilly Public Services Board which includes the Local Authority, local Health Board, Fire Service and Natural Resources Wales have a legal duty to put in place plans to safeguard the wellbeing of Caerphilly county borough residents and its future generations. As a result of the Act, Public Services must now also think more about the long term, work more effectively together and importantly work with local people to help create a Wales that we all want to live in, now and in the future.