November 2021

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Hywel Dda University Health Board (UHB) has a wide reach, providing healthcare services to 380,000 people throughout Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire. This provision includes:  GP surgeries Dentists Optometry Four district general hospitals Community services And more. These are all services that create a huge amount of social value.   Early during the pandemic,

The winners of the first-ever Social Value for Future Generations Awards 2021 have been announced as the second National Social Value Conference: Wales came to an end yesterday.  Organisations across public, private and third sectors have been recognised for delivering outstanding social value initiatives to communities in Wales, embedding social value and

Submission summary - Dusi Thomas, Sustainability & Environmental Manager, Bron Afon Community Housing Bron Afon's Sustainability Gateway tool is an innovative and yet simple tool that helps embed sustainability and social value into business-as-usual operations and decision making. In the past, our community funding scheme has been based

Submission summary - Adrian Lewis, Finance Director, Knox & Wells Ltd Initially the support we provided CUBE related to more ‘basic’ and standard charitable support, which involved: £1,000 donation of ‘Sports Activity Packs’, provided through Street Games. This initiative with Street Games was originally promoted through the SEWSCAP

Submission summary - Ryan Statton, Active Communities Manager, Halo Leisure Programme delivered Halo’s Feel Good for Life programme (FGFL) supports approximately 150 people affected by dementia, isolation & depression, to be physically active and socialise. See: https://haloleisure.org.uk/feelgoodforlife/ With a principal aim of the FGFL programme being