Don't miss the opportunity to have your say on third sector and public sector services in Wales that affect youand your organisation.


Help us get better at what we do....

If you or your organisation has had contact or services with BAVO, we would like to hear from you by completing our Third Sector Support Wales survey to tell us how we did and whether our services are useful to you or not.

BAVO is a member of the Third Sector Support Wales (TSSW), a network of support organisations for the third sector in Wales, comprising County Voluntary Councils including BAVO and Wales Council for Voluntary Action. Our shared goal is to enable third sector and volunteers across Wales to contribute fully to individual and community wellbeing, now and for the future.

The survey allows you to click ‘BAVO’ on question 4 to give your views on our performance specifically. It asks about development, volunteering, partnerships /networks (strategic engagement /influencing) and funding.

By filling this in, we will receive feedback on how we ‘measure’ up against other
providers, what our impact is and how we need to improve. If you could spare just
five minutes to answer each question, we would be very grateful.

We would appreciate if you could complete this | short survey here  |

If you could spare just five minutes to answer each question, we would be very grateful.


Welsh Government consultations

Welsh Government gives you the opportunity to have your say on what's happening in Wales by issuing a range of consultations on a wide variety of topics that affect you and your organisation.  | Read more |


10 Questions - Let's Shape the Future

In 2020, the tourism strategy for Wales will be coming to an end and Visit Wales is beginning to think about its successor. Before they develop future priorities for tourism and the wider visitor economy in Wales, they want to know what you think. The deadline for responses is 31 May 2019.  | Take a look at the questions |


Building a Vision Together – what can social enterprise do for Wales?

Wales needs a strong social enterprise sector to tackle the challenges of the next decade and to seize new opportunities. Wales already has a vibrant and diverse social enterprise sector, but it could do more. 

To do this a number of social enterprise support organisations and networks have come together to kick off the process of developing an ambitious new vision and action plan for social enterprise in Wales for the next ten years. They think that Wales should be one of the best places to start and grow a social enterprise and be part of and help build a movement for change. They need your help in setting the vision for the future and helping them to produce a roadmap to get there. Closing date of survey: 31 May 2019. | Take part in survey here |


Have your say on parks and pavilions consultation

Due to the savings Bridgend County Borough Council must make over the next four years, they are reviewing the provision of outdoor sports facilities, parks and pavilions, grass cutting, playgrounds and play areas. Closing date of consultation is 10 July 2019. 
| Have your say by taking part in survey here |


What are your views of the value of e-learning and online conferencing?

Third Sector Support Wales (TSSW) want to understand your views on the value of e-learning and online conferencing to your work.

Wales Council for Voluntary Action have had their e-learning site Learning Zone Wales for several years and now want to consider what our e-learning offer should look like moving forward and really want to hear your views. Please can you spare five minutes to click on one of the links below and complete this short survey in Welsh or English.

| Take part in English language survey |

| Take part in Welsh language survey |


Have you used Bridgend Carers Centre?

Bridgend Carers Centre specialises in the provision of information, support and short break opportunities to adult carers throughout Bridgend County Borough. If you have used the centre, they would like you to complete a very short survey to tell them about your experiences with them and what services and activities you would to see in the future. | Take part in survey |