Have your say on public services
1:01pm Wednesday 4th September 2013 in News
HOW much do you know about public services and who provides them?
Local people will have a chance to give their views on how public services are delivered in Wales and how they could be improved at a public meeting in Haverfordwest.
Organised by the Commission on Public Service Governance and Delivery, the meeting will be a drop-in session where anyone can have their say on issues such as local government, health services, emergency services, and cultural, heritage and environmental services.
The Commission will report to the Welsh Government by December this year and its recommendations could have a major impact on how public services are delivered.
It is also possible to contribute to the consultation, which is open until the end of September, by completing an online questionnaire at www.wales.gov.uk/publicservicecommission or by providing a written submission.
The drop-in session will be held at Pembrokeshire Records Office in Prendergast, Haverfordwest, between noon and 6pm today (Wednesday).
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