Cardiff Commitment Employer Engagement Event Sponsored by Amber Energy

We would like to invite you to the Amber Energy Lounge of Glamorgan Cricket Stadium on 20th February, 7.45am – 10.00am to keep informed on the initiatives progress and opportunities for you to engage with schools & young people in Cardiff in 2019.

Wednesday 20th February

Glamorgan Cricket Stadium, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff CF11 9XR

7.45am – 10.00am

Please join us and see how you as employers can have a real say in how we develop Cardiff’s young people into the workforce of the future.

For more information please contact Victoria Poole on 02920 788565 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Digwyddiad Ymgysylltu â Chyflogwyr Addewid Caerdydd

Noddwyd gan Amber Energy

Hoffwn eich gwadd i Lolfa Amber Energy yn Stadiwm Criced Morgannwg ar 20 Chwefror, 7.45am – 10.00am i roi’r diweddaraf i chi o ran cynnydd gyda’r fenter a chyfleoedd i chi ymgysylltu ag ysgolion a phobl ifanc yng Nghaerdydd.

Dydd Mercher 20 Chwefror

Stadiwm Criced Morgannwg, Gerddi Sophia, Caerdydd CF11 9XR

7.45am – 10.00am

Ymunwch â ni i weld sut allwch chi fel cyflogwyr gael dweud eich dweud o ran sut rydym yn datblygu pobl ifanc Caerdydd i fod yn rhan o weithlu’r dyfodol.

I gael rhagor o wybodaeth cysylltwch â Victoria Poole ar 02920 788565 neu This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Digital meetings

Focus groups to explore the impact of the third sector infrastructure.

Third Sector Support Wales is a network of support organisations for the third sector in Wales. This includes County Voluntary Councils and WCVA, the national body. Our shared goal is to enable the third sector and volunteers across Wales to contribute fully to individual and community well-being, now and for the future.

This is a virtual meeting - please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so we can send you the zoom conference link.

Events are free to attend.

Please only register for these events if you have received support from TSSW.

If you have not received support from TSSW but would like to take part in the impact survey, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Full details of the event can be found here http://www.richard-newton.co.uk/news

Phone interviews
Alongside the open digital meetings, we will be conducting phone interviews of about 20 minutes over the next couple of weeks exploring the views and experiences of people from third sector groups who have received services from TSSW organisations or are members of TSSW organisations.

In particular, we are hoping to engage with people from North Wales and Mid Wales.

Please could you ask people to contact me by email if they would be interested in taking part – the interviews will be conducted in the medium of Welsh or English.
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HolocaustMemorial

Gwefan paratoi Cymru yw gwefan Llywodraeth Cymru i roi gwybodaeth am sut mae Cymru'n paratoi os digwydd i ni gael Brexit

di-fargen. 

Mae gan y wefan wybodaeth ar gyfer pobl sy'n byw yng Nghymru, iechyd a gwasanaethau cymdeithasol, busnes a'r economi, addysg a sgiliau, yr amgylchedd ac amaethyddiaeth, cydlyniant cymunedol, gwasanaethau lleol a'r trydydd sector.  Byddem yn ddiolchgar pe gallech rannu’r wefan hon gyda’ch cydweithwyr, timau a darparwyr a defnyddwyr gwasanaethau.

Mae hon yn ' ddogfen fyw ' ac fel y disgwyliwch, byddwn yn ei diweddaru'n rheolaidd.

Paratoi Cymru: llyw.cymru/paratoicymru

 

 

The Preparing Wales website is the Welsh Government’s website to provide information on how Wales is preparing in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

The website has information for people living in Wales, health and social services, business and the economy, education and skills, environment and agriculture, community cohesion, local services and the third sector. We would be grateful if you could share this website with  your colleagues, teams and service providers and users.

This is a ‘living document’ and as you expect we will be regularly updating it.

Preparing Wales:gov.wales/preparingwales

Via the Cardiff Council Newsroom

 

Cardiff is taking concerted action to prepare for any fallout caused by a ‘No-deal’ Brexit says the leader of Cardiff Council, Cllr Huw Thomas.

Speaking as Chair of Cardiff’s Public Services Board (CPSB) Cllr Thomas, said: “As a result of the UK Government losing the vote on its deal to leave the European Union we now face a scenario whereby Britain could leave the EU on March 29th with no deal.

“Leaving without a deal would be an economic disaster for Cardiff which is one of the most reliant cities in the UK on EU workersand EU trade.

“While the terms of Brexit will be determined at a national level, the impact of Brexit will be felt locally, by our communities and public services. And so, while there is little clarity from the government in Westminster, we in Cardiff need to be geared up to respond.

“That is why earlier today I met with Cardiff’s public services leadership including the NHS and the police to ensure that across the city we are working together to make sure we are prepared for any eventuality.

“As chair of the CPSB I will convene a Brexit Response Group which will meet regularly between now and the 29th of March and, if necessary, over the months that follow. We already have well-established partnerships in place across the public sector and we will now work towards ensuring our city and its public services will continue to run smoothly irregardless of the Brexit outcome.

“To all the EU citizens who live, work or study in Cardiff, and particularly those of you who work in our public services as doctors, nurses, teachers or care workers, on behalf of the city’s leadership I want you to know that Cardiff remains an open, outward looking and international city. Our welcome is what we stand for as a city and, irrespective of Brexit, you are, and always will be, welcome here in the capital city of Wales.”