Monday, 10 December 2018

Christmas & a FILM premiere: Powys Mental Health eBulletin - Dec 2018

Tackling Illegal Drugs across Dyfed Powys

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed Powys has commissioned a piece of work to be conducted by his office, looking into the way in which Illegal Drugs are being tackled across Dyfed Powys. This piece of work will conclude with the presentation of a report to the PCC’s executive team, as well as to the Chief Officer Team within Dyfed Powys Police, with a view of testing whether the way in which resources are used to address illegal drug use is as effective as it could be.

Part of this work will look to gain the views of certain groups of individuals including service users, youth engagement, as well as wider public engagement. In order for this survey to receive as many submissions as possible, I have included the links below to both the English and Welsh versions of the public consultation survey and I would be grateful if you would be kind enough to circulate this within your networks. There are very few questions and therefore is not a lengthy survey to complete, but will give an important view of the public on how prevalent illegal drugs are in their communities and how this affects them.

English Public Consultation

Welsh Public Consultation

Friday, 7 December 2018

L G B T Q & Film Premiere

By Any Other Name
a film with Mid Powys Mind : LGBTQ group
The Albert Hall Theatre, Ithon Road, Llandrindod Wells, Powys 7pm

Introduction to fundraising through trusts and foundations

31 January 2019, Cardiff

Strengthen your charity’s fundraising by making effective bids to trusts and foundations 

WCVA Training

ASH Wales Newsletter 06.12.18

Loneliness & Isolation consultation - Welsh Government workshop 8th January 2019

Tuesday 8 January 2019, 
PAVO, 30 Ddole Road, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 6DF

1:00 – 1:30 Registration and Refreshments
1:30 – 1:45 Welcome and overview – Penny Hall, Welsh Government
1.45 – 2:45 Workshop Sessions
2.45 – 3.00 Concluding Remarks and Close
The workshop will:
· enable detailed discussion on the impact and experience of loneliness and social isolation and

· enable consideration of key questions from the Welsh Government consultation in order to help inform organisational and individual responses

It will be important to familiarise yourself with the consultation document before attending the event if possible. Links can be found below.

Please note that hard copies of these documents will not be provided at the event although some copies may be made available in the workshops, for reference purposes only.


Please note that there is no charge for these events; refreshments will be available on arrival and water available throughout. Delegates are required to arrange and meet the costs of any travel, accommodation or other expenses incurred.

Attendance must be booked in advance.   Please note that places are subject to availability.

The Loneliness and Social Isolation consultation will close on Tuesday 15 January 2019

To Book:  Please indicate whether you wish to attend by completing our on-line form-      Places are limited to 30.
For further details, or to submit a response, please contact or Social Services and Integration Directorate, Welsh Government, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3NQ.