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Innovative approaches to public services in rural communities | Llanrwst
Wales Audit Office – Good Practice Exchange
Glasdir, Plas Yn Dre, Llanrwst, Conwy, LL26 0DF
18th July 2019 at 9am
This seminar will share innovative approaches to help understand how public services can meet the needs of rural communities in Wales.
The Wales Audit Office recently published a report on ‘Local Government Services to Rural Communities’. In this report we identified 9 authorities as rural, 11 as semi-rural/urban and 2 as urban.
The reality is that delivering fair and equitable public services and maintaining specialist provision in rural areas is challenging due a number of reasons including;
The loss of the ‘cornerstones’ of rural communities such as banks, schools, and post offices and poor access to key infrastructure like public transport and superfast broadband can compound the challenge of sustaining public services in rural communities.
The seminar is framed around the 7 Well-being goals of the WFG Act and is aimed at all public services in Wales. The ideas and approaches shared at this seminar can be adapted to suit a wide range of services.
This event is unique in that its applicable to all public services across Wales including:
- local authorities
- police forces
- fire authorities
- third sector bodies
- housing associations
- community groups
- voluntary bodies
- social enterprises
For further information on the event, please email [email protected].
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