In January 2013, the Welsh Government announced a process to refresh its relationship with the Third Sector in Wales in order to ‘make this crucial relationship as strong and effective as possible’.
The Welsh Government are engaging with the public in a national conversation around the future of the Welsh language.
WCVA has drafted the attached response and would welcome comments and feedback to be sent by noon on Thursday 16 May 2013
The National Assembly for Wales’ Communities, Equality and Local Government Committee is to undertake an inquiry into participation levels in sport in Wales. Terms of…
Carmarthenshire County Council and its partners, Hywel Dda Health Board and Carmarthenshire Association of Voluntary Services is consulting with carers to inform the revised Carers Strategy 2013 – 2015.
The Carers Week partners would be really grateful if you could spend up to 30 minutes sharing your experiences as a carer.
WCVA will submit a response to the consultation, and would welcome feedback from third sector organisations in relation to the specific questions posed in the consultation response form that can be found on page 50 of the document.
The Police and Crime Plan sets out the priorities of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed-Powys for his term of office
This consultation invites comments on the Welsh Government’s strategy and priorities for future European Structural Funds Programmes (2014-2020). A parallel consultation is being undertaken into the proposed Rural Development Plan for Wales.
The Voluntary Sector Forum exists to bring together community and voluntary groups that are active across Carmarthenshire to discuss important issues and get your voice heard.