#PAWB 18 : Bridgend County Prevention and Wellbeing - Challenge event
Date published: 29/06/2018
PLEASE NOTE: SPACES ARE NOW FULLY BOOKED.
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Join us for breakfast with FREE breakfast rolls!
Friday 20 July 2018 from 9am - 1pm
Location: Hi Tide - Mackworth Road, Porthcawl, CF36 5BT
Building upon the positive responses received from the inaugural cross-sector PAWB network event, a second marketplace event has been established for statutory, private and third sector partners working or operating in Bridgend County Borough.
The event aims to update and share our approaches in responding to the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act (2015) and Social Services and Wellbeing Act (2014).
We really hope you will be able to participate and take this opportunity to promote your activity to a wide audience.
Arrival registration with refreshments and marketplace from 8:30am
Event: 9.30am – 1pm
Some of the event's confirmed guest speakers include:-
Darren Mepham, Chief Executive Officer, Bridgend County Borough Council;
Private sector workforce wellbeing;
Health Partnership on Falls prevention;
Coproduction with the Wales Copro network;
Public Health Wales on burden of disease;
South Wales Police and South Wales Fire & Rescue Services (current work areas).
The event will give us all the opportunity to consider our current practice, upcoming opportunities and some focus will also be given to:
how collaborative working is important for sustainability;
the improvements and successes that partners are beginning to note;
the ways in which we are all attempting to evidence the impact of prevention and wellbeing interventions.
There is an opportunity for organisations to showcase their work/services in a 'marketplace', however space is limited and on a first come first serve basis, please email email@example.com
PLEASE NOTE: places are limited and as a result we will try and offer places on a 'fair terms' basis; so whilst you may be able to register more than one place per organisation at this stage, we reserve the right to reduce this to ensure wide and fair representation. BOOK EARLY!
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