CAVS are launching a new campaign today to recognise the incredible service that some shops etc have provided during lock down. Since measures have been lifted, even slightly, some of us are returning to the larger supermarket chains for our grocery shopping instead of continuing to support our local stores. We want to take the moment to identify those who delivered when others couldn’t, who found the gluten free flour, who kept us is fresh fruit and veg … some additional promotion for them and a huge THANK YOU, from us.
West Wales Care Partnership have launched three new community exchange platforms – one each for Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire. This platform lets you see who is offering and requesting help in your local area.
Register here to create your own profile, add offers and requests, connect with others, earn badges and create community projects with people in your town, village or even street!
2018-19 has been another year of considerable progress for the Board and the wider West Wales Care Partnership. There has been a wealth of activity delivering tangible outcomes - providing high quality, seamless care and support for citizens across the region.
This report sets out our achievements over the past year and provides plenty of examples of where we are making real change.