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Bridgend Boundary Changes - BAVO information session for the third sector 28 January 2019

Date published: 20/12/2018

Bridgend Boundary Change third sector organisations meeting - Bridgend

Monday 28 January 2019
2pm - 4pm (registration from 1.30pm)

St Johns Centre - Minerva Street, Bridgend, CF31 1TA 

From the 1 of April 2019, the responsibilities for providing healthcare services for people who live in Bridgend County Borough will move from Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board (ABMU) to Cwm Taf University Health Board (Cwm Taf). This follows the public consultation by Welsh Government

People living in Bridgend will continue to receive the same health services, in the same place as they do now after 1 April 2019. If there is any need to change health services in the future, those proposals will be subject to separate public engagement and, where appropriate, formal public consultation will occur.

We are very aware that the Boundary Change is raising lots of questions from the third sector and we are keen to ensure that everyone understands the current position and what is planned. We would also like to provide the platform for third sector organisations to have any questions answered. Therefore, on Monday 28 January 2019 we are hosting a stakeholder meeting which will be attended by representatives of ABMU, Cwm Taf Health Board as well as both Bridgend and Rhondda Cynon Taf Local Authorities.

This event is open to organisations working within the Bridgend County locality and will be the last opportunity for you to attend this type of event where you can have your say but also obtain the answers to any queries you may have from your organisation.

ABMU Health Board held a similar event for Bridgend Stakeholders for them to address their concerns and Cwm Taf Health Board are keeping their residents informed through regular public engagement forums.

Register your attendance here >>>

For further information about the boundary changes visit:- (English language) (Welsh language)logo


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