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Public services under review

 
Created on 10/07/2013 @ 14:29

 

Local residents are urged to take part in a national review of the way public services are delivered in Wales.

The Commission on Public Service Governance and Delivery is holding a series of drop-in sessions to gather public views with the first taking place at the Royal Welsh Show later this month.

Powys County Council Leader, Councillor David Jones said: "The way public services are delivered now and in the future is vitally important and it is essential that the public express their views at these consultation events.

“Powys will host two drop-in sessions the first at the Royal Welsh Show on July 24 and the second at Plas Dolerw, Newtown on August 5. The commission, which was launched by the First Minister in April, will gather views through these face to face drop-in sessions before reporting back to the Welsh Government in December.

“The commission wants to know what the public thinks about public services, how good they are at meeting needs, how responsive or accessible they are and what they could do better.

“It is an important exercise that anyone can get involve with either at the open sessions or taking part in an online survey,” he added.

The local events arranged are:
- 24 July (all day) – Royal Welsh Show, Llanelwedd

- 13 August (1000 – 1500) – Plas Dolerw, Newtown

Drop-in sessions are open to anyone to attend and you do not need to make an appointment. More information is available on the Welsh Government’s website www.wales.gov.uk

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