The Cardiff Debate continues apace over the summer with a series of drop-in workshops where people can have their say on the future of public services in the city.
The Debate, which was launched at the start of the summer, is a programme of events, workshops and discussions on how the City of Cardiff Council, its partners and local people can work together to meet the challenges of significantly reduced budgets and growing demand for services.
A number of very successful ‘on-street’ engagement exercises have already taken places in various part of the city when people were asked which services matter to them most and why and these sessions will continue throughout July and August.
The more in-depth drop-in workshops will provide people with an opportunity to let the Cardiff Debate team know in more detail about which services they use, ideas on how they may be delivered differently in the future and how the community can be more involved.
City of Cardiff Council Leader, Cllr Phil Bale, said: “It was very encouraging to see so many people getting involved in the first Cardiff Debate events in June. We heard from a wide range of people, many of whom feel very passionately about public services in the city, and it’s been very useful to hear their ideas on how services can be delivered in the future to ensure they are sustainable and meeting the needs of our communities.
“This is just the start of a process so residents, partners, voluntary and community groups will have more opportunities to get involved, make their views known and give us ideas for new approaches to meeting local needs.”
On-street engagement and drop-in workshops
Llanedeyrn: Glenwood Church, Circle Way West
Tuesday, July 29 1.30pm – 4pm
St Fagans: St Fagans National History Museum On-Street Engagement
Sunday, August 3 11am – 2pm
Ely: Western Leisure Centre
Monday, August 4 1.30pm – 4pm
Splott: STAR Centre
Wednesday, August 6 4.30pm – 7pm
Trowbridge: Trowbridge Community Centre
August 13 1.30pm – 4pm
Penylan: Waterloo Gardens Fete, Waterloo Gardens
Sunday, August 17 2pm – 5pm
Radyr: Old Church Rooms, Park Road
Wednesday, August 20 1.30pm – 4pm
Canton: Chapter, Market Road
Tuesday, August 26 5pm – 7:30pm
Grangetown: Channel View Leisure Centre
Wednesday, August 27 4.30pm – 7pm
St Mellons: St Mellons Summer Fete, Cath Cobb Field off Brockhampton Road
Saturday, August 30 11am – 2pm
Visit the Cardiff Debate Facebook page for all the latest events and news, including the findings of previous on-street engagement sessions in the city, or follow Twitter @CardiffDebate.