County Voice

Winter 2017

Have your say on well-being in Conwy and Denbighshire

Conwy and Denbighshire Public Services Board are inviting local people to get involved and have their say on a new Local Well-being Plan.

The Conwy and Denbighshire Public Services Board (PSB) is a collaboration between public bodies who are working together to improve economic, social, environmental and cultural well-being in Conwy and Denbighshire.

Over the last year the PSB has been working with local communities to develop a draft Local Well-being Plan; it sets out priority areas where the PSB can make a significant contribution, focusing on:

  • The First 1,000 Days from conception to the child’s second birthday
  • Promoting community hubs
  • Promoting mental well-being for all ages
  • Promoting resilience in older people
  • Promoting environmental resilience
  • Raising resilient and aspirational young people

Bethan Jones of Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is currently Chair of the PSB, she said: “A lot of work has already taken place to get us to this point, but this is only the start. The draft plan gives an outline of what we would like to achieve, and we would really welcome some feedback.Well Being Plan Photo

“We’d like to know if you agree with the priorities; let us know which priorities we should focus on; have we missed something or perhaps something in the plan needs changing.”

If you would like to give your views on the draft Local Well-being Plan, you can do so until 22 January 2018 at 

If you would prefer to submit a response on paper, if you have additional accessibility requirements, or if you would like more information about the consultation, please contact 01492 574059 or email

The final Local Well-Being Plan will be published by May 2018.


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