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Public Services Board

Well-being Assessment

The Well-being Assessment is a statutory requirement under the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015, and its purpose is to set out what is important to people and communities in Pembrokeshire in terms of well-being. 

The findings from the Well-being Assessment will be used by the PSB to identify and plan the collective actions it will take to improve well-being in Pembrokeshire now and in the future. The first Well-being Assessment was approved by the PSB in April 2017.

 

Well-being Assessment 2022

 

Work is now underway to gather information for the next assessment and as before this will be informed by engagement with citizens and stakeholders, together with consideration of other information such as data, evidence and research.

 

How to get involved

 

If you would like to get involved and contribute to the Well-being Assessment, either as an individual or as part of an organisation, you can;

 

·       Visit the Have Your Say page on the Pembrokeshire County Council website here. There you will find background information (including a short film), some baseline information on Pembrokeshire, an ideas board and an online survey. This engagement exercise closes on 8th October 2021.

 

·       Hold an engagement session.  If you work with a local group either on a voluntary or professional basis, the toolkit and slides below will support you to hold an engagement session with them.  All feedback from these sessions must be returned by 22nd October 2021

 

 Guidance and Toolkit for Partners Holding Engagement Sessions 

 About Pembrokeshire Slides 

 

Please contact lynne.richards@pembrokeshire.gov.uk if you have any queries about the toolkit.  Engagement session recording forms should also be returned to this address by the end of October 2021.

ID: 604, revised 08/09/2021