How can we create the Blaenau Gwent you want?

The Blaenau Gwent Public Service Board wants your views on the future of the borough.

The Board is made up of organisations and groups that are working together to serve Blaenau Gwent, including Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, South Wales Fire and Rescue Service and Natural Resources Wales.

As part of preparation for the Future Generations (Wales) Act, the Board is collecting the views of residents. They have already talked to over 1,500 residents about the future they want to see. This has helped them to put together a number of priorities to work on over the next few years in order to improve the local area.

They now want people to say what they think needs to be done in order to achieve their priorities, and if they know of any related work that’s already going on.

You will be able to give your views at pop-up stalls in the following locations:

  • Friday 4 August 2017: Tredegar Shopping Precinct, 10am-12pm and Tredegar Lidl, 2-4pm
  • Thursday 24 August 2017: Brynmawr Asda, 10am-12pm.
  • Friday 25 August 2017: Ebbw Vale Town centre 10am-12pm, and Ebbw Vale Morrisons, 2-4pm.
  • Thursday 31 August 2017: Abertillery Town Centre, 10am to 12pm and Abertillery Tesco, 1pm-3pm.

You can join in on social media, using the hashtag #BGwewant and also give your views using the following survey:

https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=150004892410

You’ll be part of influencing future policies and helping to make Blaenau Gwent a better place both today, and for future generations.