Posts From March, 2020

Further action to protect people at highest risk from coronavirus 

Joint WLGA, Welsh Government and WCVA statement
The Welsh Government is contacting people in Wales who have been identified as being at very high risk of severe illness from coronavirus. Each person will be given specific advice about how they can protect themselves, based on their individual... read more
 
Tuesday, 24 March 2020 Categories: News Public Protection Services

Councils’ plea to residents: “Don’t wish you’d done things differently. Stay at home. Save lives.” 

Council leaders are urging residents to obey strict government curbs on our daily lives in response to the increasing Coronavirus pandemic. Services such as health and social care are being overwhelmed by the unprecedented pressures that are... read more
 
Tuesday, 24 March 2020 Categories: News Public Protection Services

Coronavirus: Joint Statement by ADSS Cymru and WLGA 

The Association of Directors of Social Services Cymru (Wales) and the Welsh Local Government Association have praised the continued dedication and professionalism of social care workers caring for the most at-risk citizens; and are emphasising the... read more
 
Friday, 20 March 2020 Categories: News Public Protection Services Social Services

Coronavirus: Joint Statement by WLGA and Welsh Government 

Joint statement by Minister for Housing and Local Government, Julie James, and leader of the Welsh Local Government Association, Cllr Andrew Morgan
“We are facing a serious public health emergency, which has the potential to affect large numbers of people across Wales and to cause major disruption to normal daily life. “We know people are worried. If we work together we can overcome... read more
 
Tuesday, 17 March 2020 Categories: News Public Protection Services

UK Budget: “Give Welsh public services long term security” 

WLGA is today calling on the UK Government to commit to sustained investment in public services in its forthcoming Budget. Councillor Andrew Morgan (Rhondda Cynon Taf), WLGA Leader said: “Local services are the bedrock of our society. So... read more
 
Tuesday, 10 March 2020 Categories: Finance and Resources News
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