WREXHAM residents are being encouraged to take part in an online survey which could help shape future health and wellbeing services in the county borough.

Clwyd South MS Ken Skates is urging residents to have their say on health and social care ‘integrated wellbeing hubs’ as part of a joint project between Wrexham Council, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board and the Association of Voluntary Organisations in Wrexham (AVOW).

The three organisations are working with a specialist NHS consultancy unit on a feasibility study to look at opportunities for new hubs in the Wrexham area.

The survey is live until October 1 and takes around 10 minutes to complete. It can be found online here.


Mr Skates said: “I attended a recent ‘South Wrexham Cluster’ workshop in Cefn Mawr alongside local county councillor Derek Wright, other local community councillors and health, social care and voluntary sector professionals. This survey is the next step in the feasibility study.

“The consultancy team have developed a citizen survey for the people of Wrexham to have their say on health and social care integrated wellbeing hubs. This survey is live until October 1 and the more feedback they receive from local people the better.”

Mr Skates added: “These hubs will have wellbeing at their heart, with health and social care teams working together to give people access to the right support at the right time.

"Local voices are vital in this so the right people can understand your experiences of how your local services impact your wellbeing – and where there are opportunities for improvements.”