Well-being plan for Pembrokeshire


The Public Services Board Engagement Group was established to work together to plan, co-ordinate and deliver engagement for the Well-being Assessment 2022 and the Well-being Plan 2023-28.

Now that these documents have been completed and published, consideration will be given to establishing a wider Engagement and Practitioner Network, which will sit outside of the PSB structure but act as a resource for the PSB in its work with communities.  The aims of this group will be;

  • Sharing best practice on the best ways to link with communities in Pembrokeshire to determine what matters to them
  • Participating in the planning and delivery of ongoing engagement activity as determined by future Well-being Plan priorities
  • Working together to ensure that all resulting documents are co-produced

The PSB will have a continuing role to play in promoting co-production and ensuring that continuous engagement with citizens and communities is a theme that runs throughout delivery of this Plan and will commit to the following;

  • That Project Leads will engage with young people on Well-being Plan activity in their spaces, by attending their forums and boards
  • Continuing to work with Co-production Wales on embedding a co-production approach throughout Plan activity and increase opportunities for people to develop their own responses to issues they face

The Public Services Board is committed to involving people in areas of work that affect them and putting engagement at the core of delivery of the Well-being Plan.

ID: 9772, revised 21/03/2024