Have Your Say

Pembrokeshire Well-being Assessment 2022

Pembrokeshire Public Services Board is carrying out an Assessment of Local Well-being. We want to find out about the well-being of local people and communities, now and for the future. Many things can influence the well-being of our individuals and communities, such as economic, social, environmental and cultural factors.

You can find out more about the Pembrokeshire Public Services Board here: https://www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk/public-services-board(External link)

The survey is now closed, but if you are a member of a local group and would like to run an Engagement Session please contact Lynne Richards, Corporate Partnerships Officer, on lynne.richards@pembrokeshire.gov.uk(External link) or 01437 776252

What happens next?

The feedback you provide will be looked at alongside other information about Pembrokeshire, to produce our Pembrokeshire Well-being Assessment 2022. This assessment will then be used to put together the Well-being Plan for Pembrokeshire. The plan will set out our Well-being Objectives and how Pembrokeshire Public Services Board will work together to improve the economic, social, environmental and cultural well-being of Pembrokeshire.

This engagement exercise is open until Friday 22nd October 2021



Are you living with dementia or caring for someone with dementia?

Hywel Dda University Health Board want to improve support provided to people living with dementia. We want to understand how you can be supported to think about and shape the care you receive in the future.

To confirm your attendance or to get more information please contact either Julie or Cherry. Julie on 07930 404858 or 029 2042 6033 Email: julie.skelton@mariecurie.org.uk Cherry on 07849 086009 Email: cherry.evans@pavs.org.uk

Police and Crime Plan 2022-25

An opportunity for you to give your views on policing in the Dyfed Powys area to assist the Commissioner in developing a new Police and Crime Plan for the next three years.

The Commissioner is keen to seek the views of residents, businesses, community groups, partner organisations, and victims of crime in order to obtain a wide range of views on priorities and concerns, which will help to form the backbone of the Plan.

Click here to have your voice heard Consultations / Surveys (dyfedpowys-pcc.org.uk)

Are you a carer from an ethnic minority community? We really want to hear from you!

Carers Trust Wales is carrying out a study on the needs and experiences of Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) carers in Wales. 

The ultimate aim is to transform the recognition, respect, and support BAME unpaid carers receive in health and social care settings. 

If you are a carer from an ethnic minority community we would really appreciate it if you could take the time to fill in the following survey. It will take around 15 minutes to complete.


Ydych chi’n ofalwr o gymuned lleiafrifoedd ethnig? Rydyn ni eisiau clywed gennych chi!

Mae Ymddiriedolaeth Gofalwyr Cymru yn cynnal astudiaeth o anghenion a phrofiadau gofalwyr Du a Lleiafrifoedd Ethnig (BAME) yng Nghymru.

Y nod yn y pen draw yw trawsnewid y gydnabyddiaeth, y parch a’r gefnogaeth y mae gofalwyr di-dâl BAME yn eu cael mewn lleoliadau iechyd a gofal cymdeithasol.

Os ydych chi’n ofalwr o gymuned lleiafrifoedd ethnig, byddem yn gwerthfawrogi’n fawr pe baech yn rhoi o’ch amser i lenwi’r arolwg canlynol. Dylai gymryd tua 15 munud i’w lenwi.


Other ways that Third Sector organisations, volunteers and citizens can have their voice heard in Pembrokeshire, include:

Have Your Say (pembrokeshire.gov.uk)

Have your Say Hywel Dda UHB (wales.nhs.uk)