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The SUPER Research Group needs new members to help researchers with key aspects of their work
Have your say about local walking and cycling routes
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Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) is working to gain a better understanding of the accessibility and delivery of patient information within its healthcare settings.
Taking a few minutes to share your feedback in this survey will help us to identify the areas in which we can improve the support offered to our patients, Carers and service users.
What will we do with the information?
We will analyse all of the responses provided in this survey to identify the important themes in what people tell us. This will help us to set appropriate standards across our healthcare settings to make the improvements identified.”
Welsh Ambulance Service to host next virtual Board meeting. Members of the public are invited to attend via Zoom or on Facebook.
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|Participants wanted for new UK-wide study into Coronavirus and learning disability|
Learning Disability Wales is looking for people to take part in an important new study into how Coronavirus is affecting the lives of people with a learning disability in Wales. We are part of a UK-wide research study, funded by UK Research and Innovation that begins in mid-November.
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|Consultation on the Code of Practice on the Delivery of Autism Services|
Welsh Government would like your views on the draft Code of Conduct of Practice and supporting guidance.
• Assessment and diagnosis
• Accessing the health and social care services
• Raising awareness and training
• Planning, monitoring and stakeholder engagement
Please click on the following links for further information:
North East Wales Circular Economy – *** EXTENDED DEADLINE ***
Mair Davies, one of the team from Llangollen said, “Opinions are wanted on a number of initiatives to support a more circular economy in Wales – one where items are reused, repaired, swapped and borrowed rather than people buying new each time. Some of these initiatives could include repair cafes, community recycling, clothes swaps, refill schemes and Libraries of Things. The idea of a Library of Things is to help cut expenditure on items that are not often used – such as hand drills, hedge trimmers, suitcases and tents – and to reduce the amount of new products being bought.
“In an excellent display of cooperation and co-working, Llangollen and Mold Town Councils have pledged their support to a Mobile Library of Things and a sum £4,500 each over the next 3 years to help deliver this joint project in their communities – subject to additional funding to deliver the project being secured”.
“We are looking to engage with businesses, residents and community groups and local councils in our areas and beyond to try and find out how we can best deliver circular economy initiatives and use this information to obtain further funding to collaborate and provide the support our communities need.”
Andrea Mearns from Mold Town Council added, “These initiatives are firmly in line with Cittaslow principles around sustainability and also the Welsh Government commitment to Future Generations, reducing carbon emissions and impact on biodiversity.
“Please take a few minutes to complete the survey by 11 November 2020. Your views are important to us. And please share the link to the survey widely.
It is on facebook at CircularEconomyNEW, or https://forms.gle/yfRtkdVRuEFHevBe9
If you would prefer the survey sending in the post please get in touch with Mold Town Council on 01352 757687.”
Welsh Ambulance Service – The Welsh Ambulance Service has begun hosting its Trust Board meetings virtually and these meeting are open to all to attend. We would like to understand your experience of these meetings to ensure we keep them interesting and useful.
The Welsh Ambulance Service is looking to hear from you to see how we can improve our Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service.
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Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)
The Framework is dividied into ten categories that contain expectations and examples, a Tracker you can use to monitor your organisation’s progress and a self-assessment tool to generate a report on your organisation’s compliance.
We are keen to hear what you think and develop the tool and guidance based on your feedback.
The consultation period is open until 2 November.
Talking about GP video consultations: A COVID Conversation
Welsh Government Health and Care has have launched a new consultation on a national carers action plan.
Young carers! Welsh Government wants your views to shape their National Plan for Carers in Wales.
Flintshire County Council Public Consultation: Safer Routes in the Community, Shotton and journey time savings, B5129 High Street, Shotton.
North Wales Together. Working to modernise and improve Learning Disabilities services across North Wales. Looking at the way in which technology has been used by people so far; and how it might better be used in the future.
We have 3 survey’s, please select the one best suited to your situation. Can we also ask you pass these survey’s on to any colleagues, families and citizens you work with so we can capture as much feedback as possible.
Survey 1 – Family & Carers who look after people with learning disabilities.
Outside of the survey, if you want to find out more, please visit our website
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“Beyond Recycling – Making a circular economy in Wales a reality.
Please take a few minutes to complete the survey – your answers matter. This information will help us to prioritise what people think is important and seek funding to deliver some of it.”
Mencap Cymru: A life more ordinary – stories about friendships relationships and intimacy Tickets, Wed 4 Nov 2020 at 09:30 | Eventbrite
Diverse Cymru Engagement Events – invite
…You can take part in English, Welsh, British Sign Language or in another community language…
How can I take part in the engagement events?
We cannot hold face-to-face engagement events at this time. This is because of Coronavirus rules and safety. If you cannot engage online we can interview you by telephone; you can email us or write to us with your experiences and suggestions; or you can complete a questionnaire online or we can post you a printed copy to complete.
Online engagement events:
Online engagement events will be held using Microsoft Teams.
You need to have a stable internet connection and be able to open Microsoft Teams in your internet browser to take part in these events.
We will send you a guide to how to open Microsoft Teams in your browser or download and use Microsoft Teams before the event. We will also help you solve any technical problems you have before the event, if we can.
There is room for a maximum of 10 people per session to make sure everyone has time to speak.
If you cannot make any of these dates please let us know. If several people cannot make these dates we will set an extra date for online engagement events.
We have added new engagement event dates
Digital Engagement Event 6:
Digital Engagement Event 7:
Digital Engagement Event 8:
Digital Engagement Event 9:
Digital Engagement Event 10:
Digital Engagement Event 11 (Welsh Language event): Thursday 29th October 2 pm to 4 pm
How to register
If you can complete a booking form we would appreciate this.
If you cannot complete a booking form please provide your name, contact details, and which event you are registering for when you contact Shelagh.
Please include your language choice and any access or other requirements when registering.
What if I cannot attend or want to share my views in a different way?
If you are not able to attend any of the events or do not want to engage in a group online or face-to-face you can complete our questionnaire or contact us.
The questionnaire covers the same areas as the focus group. You can give us all the information you want to in this questionnaire. You can let us know everything you would have said in an engagement event.
All questionnaire responses will be treated equally to engagement event participation. Experiences, views, and solutions from the questionnaire will go into a lived experiences report with the engagement event information. Recommendations will come from both engagement events and the questionnaire.
This information and the questionnaire is available in large print and as a Word document in both Welsh and English on Diverse Cymru’s website.
If you would like a printed copy of the document by post or by email please contact us.
Please contact us if you want this information or the questionnaire in a different format (for example Braille, on a different colour of paper or background, or an audio file.)
This invitation is available in British Sign Language (BSL) on Diverse Cymru’s website www.diversecymru.org.uk or you can contact us for a copy in BSL.”
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Our Back Yard Connah’s Quay – Local Green Spaces Survey
“If you are a Connah’s Quay resident we would appreciate feedback about local green spaces via the survey…We use the feedback to shape our work and improve our greenspaces”
For hard copies, please contact me on Kathy.firstname.lastname@example.org or 029 2043 1570.
Planning Aid Wales: A study on the value of community engagement in planning in Wales.
Closing Monday 12th October.
“This work is supported and will be considered by Welsh Government. Our approach is to seek views and identify case studies from the widest possible range of groups and organisations about the strengths and weaknesses of current approaches to community engagement and then to seek views on what might improve such approaches in the future.
Planning Aid Wales has prepared a wide database of interested parties including those within the system such as local authorities, government, and the Inspectorate, those in or working on behalf of the private sector and, of course, community representatives. The study will take account of current limitations on resources within Local Planning Authorities and Welsh Government and any recommendations should be deliverable within current legislation.
We are contacting you as an identified stakeholder at the outset of this exciting project. We hope to ensure good geographic coverage, to enable contributions from organisations and companies large and small as well as from those focused on both plan-making and development management. This early contact work is being backed up by a thorough literature review drawing on material not just from Wales but also further afield.
As a first step, we would be grateful if you could complete the following short questionnaire:
The questionnaire will take approximately 5 minutes to complete. If you are able to add any further comments on your experiences / case study examples this will be particularly useful to our study.
The survey responses will be very valuable in their own right – but will also help us to determine a list of people to follow up with more detailed interviews, to help to lead us to some relevant recent case studies and to develop an even more focused set of people to invite to a future online workshop(s).
Please therefore provide us with as much information via the survey.
Please note, all answers will be treated with complete confidence; no personal information will be shared with others (see privacy notice within the survey).
You will be sent a copy of the study’s draft conclusions and recommendations with an invitation to comment before the final reports are produced.”
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ADHD Foundation. “Parents in Wales – we want to hear your experience of special educational needs provision
Please take 3 minutes to respond to this survey
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Macmillan Cancer Support & Wales Cancer Network. People Living with Cancer and their Carers
Can you share your experience with us to help improve the information patients receive about their cancer?
Join a virtual forum on Monday 2nd November, 9:30am – 11:30am
Email Amanda.email@example.com to take part.
Volunteering Wales. “What can we do to create volunteering that is open to all young people? We are inviting young people (16-25) across Wales to come and tell us at our digital listening event on 6th October. Find out more.”
Carers Trust Wales – Engagement Week 19 – 22 October
“We’re pleased to be working with Carers Wales, Age Cymru, All Wales Forum, Marie Curie Cymru to listen to and amplify the voices of carers and the professionals that support them. Find information about the events and how to book on our website.”
Nottingham Trent University and NCVO are conducting a COVID-19 Barometer survey to establish how the pandemic is affecting the voluntary sector on a month by month basis. Take the survey here.
Disability Wales and WEN Wales focus group specifically for disabled women. 30 September 1pm.
The focus group will help to inform Disability Wales’ new Disabled People’s Manifesto for the next year’s Senedd elections.
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Carers UK has launched a new survey for unpaid carers to help understand how the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact carers’ lives.
“We really want as many unpaid #carers to tell us how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting on their lives. Help us to campaign for better support and services for you…
The findings from this survey will help inform a second Caring behind Closed doors report in the early Autumn…
The closing date is 27th September.”
Disabled People’s experiences of working at home across Wales
“Disability Wales have launched a new survey gathering people’s experiences of working from home across Wales. We would like to hear from you about your experiences of working from home / remotely as a disabled person.
- If you’ve been working from home / remotely since early March please take a few minutes to complete our survey. Disability Wales will be gathering feedback until the 27th of September.”
Natural Resources Wales – Calling all environmental non-government organisations
As part of our work to support Wales Green Recovery, we want to learn more about how we can work best with you, so that the important work that you do can continue.
As part of this, we’re running a short survey so we can find out more about your organisation, the impact coronavirus may have had on you and what kind of support you may need to thrive in the future. “
MencapCymru and Brook Cymru want to improve relationship and sex education for young people with a learning disability. Help them by completing this survey.
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Welsh Ambulance Service Carers Survey 2020 **now extended to closing date of 27th September 2020**
“Here are the English and Welsh links to our new WAST Carers Survey 2020 the deadline of which has now been extended until 27th September 2020, so if you haven’t yet completed the survey and would like to, and if you care for someone or know people who are unpaid carers, please would you consider taking part in our survey…
Everything about the survey is explained below:
Do you look after someone? Are you an unpaid carer?
The Welsh Ambulance Service is running its Carers Survey for the second year running and we would love to hear your stories and your thoughts on how the Welsh Ambulance Services could better meet your needs.
Take a look at some of the engagement work that we have done with carers on this video and complete the carers survey here.
This is your opportunity to tell us about any experiences that you have had using the service as a carer and give some thought about how we could support carers more when you need to call us.
For more information about support for carers, contact Carers UK.”
The North Wales Regional Partnership Board is seeking to recruit Carer representation onto its Board
We are looking to recruit Carer representation to join the Board from November/December 2020 for a term of 2 years.
- Do you want to play a key in making decisions about Health and Social Care Services in North Wales?
- Do you provide care for someone who needs care and support services?
National Lottery Community Fund in Wales. Opportunity to shape the development of new funding for projects supporting young people
“As well as prioritising support for projects addressing the immediate impact of Covid-19, the National Lottery Community Fund in Wales is also looking to the future and continuing with plans to develop a one-off funding programme focused on youth resilience – something that we know is important to communities across Wales.
Over the next six months the programme development team will be working to explore possible parameters for the programme with key stakeholders and with young people themselves. We’re delighted to have appointed a fantastic team of young people (read about them here), who’ll work with us directly to help us understand as much as possible about the issues that matter to young people across Wales and ensure their voices are at the heart of the programme design. If you work with young people who might be keen to work with this team to influence the programme design, let us know and we will be back in touch with more details about how they can get involved.
We are also keen to hear from stakeholders, particularly those with insights into third sector youth organisations, youth work and services, youth employment, local authority children’s services, education, youth justice or young people’s resilience. We’re emailing you as someone with expertise in one or more of these areas, to invite you to take part in a survey which will help inform the development of the programme. The aim of the survey is to find out what stakeholders across Wales think about how the new one-off funding programme could have the biggest impact on young people’s resilience, both now and in the future as society recovers in the aftermath of Covid-19.
You can complete the survey here – please note that the link closes on 30th September 2020. Thank you in advance for taking the time to share your thoughts and feedback and help shape the direction of this new funding.
If you have any questions or would like to talk further, please email Josh Coles-Riley, the programme lead, on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you.”
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – questions invited for AGM
“This year’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) is a virtual meeting that will take place online on the 24th of September 2020. We are inviting you to submit questions to the Board by email to email@example.com. The deadline to submit questions is by no later than the 20th Sept.”
Victim Support Hate Crime Team
“We are looking for young people 11-16 to take part in research into experiences of hate crime and accessing services.
If you want to be involved or want more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
£20 voucher for those who take part.”
Diverse Cymru – Strengthening and Advancing Equality and Human Rights in Wales research project engagement events
“We are inviting you to take part in an engagement event as part of our strengthening and advancing equality and human rights in Wales research project.
These events are for diverse people in Wales. They are about how you experience inequality and your rights. We also welcome community groups and third sector organisations who represent diverse people in Wales.
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Have your say on plans for a new Mental Health Unit at Glan Clwyd Hospital
Plans for a new inpatient mental health unit in Denbighshire have gone on display to the public. People are invited to share their feedback on BCUHB’s plans for the new 63 bed unit within the grounds of Glan Clwyd Hospital, before they are submitted to Denbighshire County Council in October.
You can read more here.
The plans are available to view on the BCUHB website by clicking here. People are encouraged to send feedback in via email, or by completing the online survey before 20th September.
ENTWINE Survey on Informal Care
Do you provide or receive care from a spouse, adult child, partner, relative, friend or neighbour? If so, take part in this survey.
If you’re aged 50 or over and live in Wales, then we want to hear about your experiences during the lockdown and how it’s impacted on you.
Take this survey to share your experiences and opinions of life as a disabled person in Wales, and what your representatives can do to create a more equal society. Your views will feed into their Disabled People’s Manifesto.
Community Expressions of Interest to observe North Wales Police training
“My name is Dafydd “Daf” Curry; I am a detective Inspector with North Wales Police. I want to extend an invitation to people within the community to observe some of our training. There are a number of reasons and benefits to this:-
- The public expect a service from the police. We want to give people confidence. We think we are a professional well trained team. Why would we not allow people to see that?
- We want to be transparent and allow people from within the community to see what training we provide.
- You might identify something that we haven’t thought of or help us be even better; having a fresh perspective can only help us.
- Showing people what we do and how we do it will mean people are far more likely to see us as a good employer to work for.
The shocking death of George Floyd understandably raised tensions all over the world, particularly with communities and their police. We have all likely seen some form of negative social media relating to interactions between the police and people with protected characteristics in this country. I want to build positive relationships.
That is why I want to invite people to speak to me if they would be interested in coming in to observe some of our training. That could be stop and search; race and diversity, personal safety or any other aspect that we together agree would be of benefit.
Anybody with an interest would I am sure understand the need to consent to some form of vetting prior to being given an offer to attend.
COVID restrictions means the offers may be limited at this time.
If you or anyone you know fits the bill and would like to take part, please ask them to contact me and I will be glad to discuss this with them further.
Diolch yn fawr,
Dafydd Curry (Dafydd.email@example.com)”
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – How do you feel about the Flu Vaccination and COVID-19?
“You are invited to complete this short anonymous and confidential questionnaire on how you feel about having the Flu Vaccination this year, and how likely you are you have the Covid-19 Vaccination if it becomes available.
There are only 10 questions, so we won’t take much of your time.
Please ensure that when you complete the free text boxes, you do not enter any information which may potentially identify you or any other individual.
Thank you in advance for sharing your opinion with us.”
TCC – Together Creating Communities / Trufnu Cymunedol Cymru
“…we’d really like to know what you think your council should be doing on the climate emergency. Let us know here.
From North Wales Together: Seamless Services for People with Learning Disabilities. Sparc Social.
“Please see below, this event is ideally aimed at adults with learning disabilities who would like to give us some input as to the kind of work we eventually produce. Staff are also welcome either for their own input or to support individuals they are working with to access the session, please share with any colleagues or agencies you may feel relevant.
Sparc Social – have your say!
Sparc is a new project in North Wales. It works with adults with learning disabilities, their parents and the people who work with them. Sparc is going to provide training sessions on friendships, relationships and sex so that adults with learning disabilities become more confident with dating and relationships.
The Sparc Social is your chance to meet with us online and let us know what you would like to be included in the training courses. This will help us design the training which we will run over the next few months.
We also want to meet adults with learning disabilities who are interested in becoming Sparc Trainers – co-trainers who can deliver some of the training.
The Sparc Social is open to adults with learning disabilities, their parents and the people who work with them. It will be a friendly chat with a sample relationships and sex education training activity for you to try.
If you’d like to join us please register via the links below and give your name and email address. We will send you the joining details before the Sparc Social.
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Share your experience – Care During the Pandemic Survey
“Alzheimer’s Society wants to understand the impact that the coronavirus pandemic has had on families providing informal care for a loved one with dementia. We know that caring can be a very rewarding experience and the right thing for many families, but we know the pandemic and subsequent lockdown has brought challenges.
We would like to invite all carers to share their experiences in our latest Care During the Pandemic Survey which is now live, to understand how you have coped during lockdown and beyond, the results of which will help us push for change at the highest level and influence the government to put the needs of people affected by dementia first.
The survey closes on 27th August 2020 (at 23:55).”
SURVEY – Arts & Health in Wales during the COVID-19 pandemic: addressing challenges and improving access to online delivery
“Join the survey! Arts & Health in Wales during the Covid-19 pandemic: addressing challenges and improving access to online delivery
These surveys form part of a cross-Wales study on the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on arts and health. It is intended to identify how transitioning to remote engagement practices is affecting participants and professionals who deliver creative sessions and participants’ experiences.
The survey should take around 10 minutes to complete. The aim of this research is to generate the evidence that is required to better support creative professionals and make creative activities delivered online more accessible to wider audiences. The findings will be used to inform the development of our research in arts and health.
Who can take part?
People who participate in creative activities which benefit their health and wellbeing and live in Wales are invited to complete this survey
Professionals who deliver creative activities that benefit participants’ health and wellbeing and live in Wales are invited to complete this survey
This survey is part of the Health, Arts, Research and People Covid-19 Sprint project.
If you have any questions about this survey please email Y Lab Research Fellow in Arts and Health Sofia at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re setting up a self-harm information service and need your views to make it as useful and accessible as possible
“Self-injury Support has been running UK-wide emotional support services around self-harm for over 30 years and we’ve always wanted to run a complementary information/navigation service alongside.
The great news is that we now have funding to pilot this service and we really want to collect as many views as possible to make sure it does something useful and is easy to access.
We’d really appreciate it if you can take 5 minutes to fill in this survey and let us know what you think.
For more information about the other support we offer please visit: https://selfinjurysupport.org.uk
“De-escalation from COVID-19, return to normality – have your say!
This research on the ‘de-escalation from COVID-19, return to normality’ is being done for TheFDF CIL (formerly Flintshire Disability Forum). It is a short questionnaire that should take 5 minutes about the effects of COVID-19 and your ideas on what should be done going forward for people with disabilities to ensure they are included.
Jack Sargeant MS – I’m working to bring a banccambria branch to Buckley & they want to hear from you! Share your views on what a Community Bank for Wales should look like by completing the survey
North Wales Police. “If you have recently had contact with police in Flintshire or Wrexham we want to hear about your experience. Our quality of service is important to us . Please click on one of the links below.
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This survey is being carried out to help the Welsh Government understand how they can improve the lives of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans) people in Wales, and make Wales a more equal place to live.
The State of Children’s Rights in Wales Capacity Building and Consultation events
Children in Wales, with their partners are facilitating the development and submission of a State of Children’s Rights in Wales Report for the UN Committee to help inform their forthcoming review. The events will provide an opportunity for participants to learn more about the review process, and ways in which they can make more use of it in their day to day work.
Register your interest for 24th and 27th August 2020
Minds in Sight Forum – a project aimed at supporting young people with vision impairment to speak out on the things that are important to them.
Through a series of local and national forums, each on a different topic but linked by the theme of mental health and wellbeing, young people between the ages of 14 and 30 will be given the opportunity to interact with local and national influencer/decision makers. These forums will also provide young people with a chance to connect with one another and share common experiences.
This project is being delivered in partnership with RSBC (Royal Society for Blind Children) and Henshaws, and is funded by Erasmus.
Poster for the Minds in Sight forum on September 26th in both regular and clear text format, as well as the project information.
COVID-19 impact on your family and community study
This study is being developed by the University of Coimbra, Portugal, via the Health Geography Research Team at the Centre of Studies in Geography and Spatial Planning (CEGOT). The aim is to better understand and assess more full the consequences that the present COVID-19 pandemic is having on relationships with family, friends and the community.
Tell us your story – Age Cymru seeks older people’s views of the COVID-19 lockdown
Age Cymru is working in partnership with Cymru Older People’s Alliance (COPA), the Welsh Senate of Older People, Active Wales, National Pensioners Convention Wales, and Pensioners Forum Wales to gather views and experiences of the Covid 19 lockdown from those aged 50 plus whether you were shielding, self-isolating, living alone or with family members to help inform future policy and planning. The partners also want to know what is needed to help older people re-engage with community life as the lockdown is lifted.
In particular they would like to hear how older people accessed information during this period. Did you rely upon TV, radio, internet or family and carers for information? What sort of support did you get from local authorities, voluntary groups and informal sources such as family members, friends and neighbours? And, if needed, were you able to access health and social care services during lockdown?
Age Cymru and partners are particularly keen to hear from older people about the support and information they need to help older people re-engage with their communities. Do older people feel confident enough to go shopping again, use public transport or visit the dentist and if they don’t what would help?
To take part in our research, funded by Welsh Government, you can write to us with your experiences and views of the lockdown via the following freepost address: Age Cymru, FREEPOST RTZG-JHGC-RYJJ, Ground Floor, Mariners House, Age Cymru, Trident Court, East Moors Road, CARDIFF CF24 5TD
Or, you can complete our survey online by visiting: www.agecymru.org.uk
Limited hard copies of the survey are available by calling 029 2043 1570 or emailing Kathy.email@example.com
“Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales is looking at how the Museum will develop over the next ten years and we need your help.
We want our plans for the future to be relevant to you. How can we support you, your family, friends and local community? Tell us what you want from your national museum.
This summer we had planned to visit communities across Wales to hear your ideas and opinions of what Amgueddfa Cymru should be doing over the next ten years. COVID-19 has made this impossible, but hearing from people from across Wales is really important to us.
Here are different ways for you to have your say! The document below outlines our ideas and goals as a starting point. You can email us, fill in a survey, or get creative! Every opinion and idea will help us create our plans and be there for Wales in the future.