How volunteers have provided vital services across Wrexham and Flintshire.
Many more services are moving online, but is everyone travelling at the same speed?
With the rapid acceleration of digital services during the pandemic it might be worth pausing to reflect up on the African proverb; ‘If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together’.
12 October 20
Volunteering is a two-way process that makes a difference to everyone involved
My recent experiences have deepened my personal learning; in governance, communication, control and the hidden talents within a community. Let me explain.
23 September 20
A different lens…
Every year we work on a number of reports which focus on different areas of the public sector. As part of our analysis of those services, getting feedback from service users is really important. It is vital to know what service users experiences are, whether it is good or bad.
01 August 17
Making savings and planning ahead
In the following blog, the Wales Audit Office's Local Government Manager Jeremy Evans talks about how savings planning plays a vital role in supporting council financial resilience, following the release of the Auditor General for Wales’ report
26 June 17
Conwy Health Precinct – The power of perseverance
The Auditor General for Wales recently held a joint collaborative event with the Future Generations Commissioner to determine how the new Well-being of Future Generations Act should be monitored and audited.
08 March 17
‘Working strategically together will bring results for Welsh communities’
A new report from the Wales Audit Office has highlighted that local authorities in Wales are not making the best use of the third sector,
27 January 17
From little acorns… How the role of Local Government needs to improve to support the third sector to grow
In the following blog, the Wales Audit Offices Local Government Manager, Nick Selwyn explores the impo
26 January 17