Workstream 1 – Strategic
The Future of Support for Community-led Action in Pembrokeshire
Together for Change’s Workstream 1 is about building understanding, trust, and a shared Vision and strategy that reflects a social and green model of health and wellbeing, and that delivers the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act.
At its inception, the project convened two meetings which were held online in June 2020 on the Future of Support for Community-led Action in Pembrokeshire. The first meeting brought together third- and public-sector managers, and the second was attended and informed by community representatives. The meetings focused on developing an understanding of the impact of COVID-19 upon communities and how community-led action could be sustained in the future. Reports of the meetings identified three clearly-definable areas for further work and informed the development of the 10-Point Plan and a commitment of Partners to community involvement and development.
Links to some of the organisations that are working to support communities and their development.
The independent association of voluntary and community groups in Pembrokeshire.
PLANED supports communities to improve their quality of life by focusing on their opportunities, harnessing potential and helping them to achieve their aspirations.
A one-stop shop to provide help for residents during the pandemic, signposting for volunteers and co-ordinating voluteer efforts.
Span Arts is a community arts and wellbeing charity, based in Narberth, delivering a diverse range of events.
4theRegion is an alliance of people, businesses and organisations across South West Wales, who champion the change makers and share positive news, to connect like-minded people and great ideas.
BCT support people and places to develop solutions to local issues, imprve wellbeing, raise aspirations and create stronger communities.
Delivered through Mantell Gwynedd, Social Value Cymru provides social value support, advice and consultancy services to third sector organisations across Gwynedd and beyond.
An inclusive, member-led network of change makers who inspire, empower and support one another with a vision for a fairer and more sustainable Wales where everyone has a voice.
The National Centre for Creative Health advances good practice and research, informs policy and promotes collaboration, helping foster the conditions for creative health to be integral to health and social care, and wider systems.