Open invitation to Public Services 2025 launch
Glyndŵr University is to host a major event on public services in Wales.
The university’s St Asaph site will be the venue for the launch of Wales Public Services 2025, which aims to encourage debate about the future of Wales and the services people use.
Supported by, among others, the Carnegie Trust and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the two-year programme of activity will look at all aspects of the country’s public services.
It will include politicians, public servants and the general public and will look at how Wales is likely to change over the next 10 to 15 years.
The St Asaph event will be held on Thursday, 24 April between 4.30pm and 7pm. Around 60 leading politicians, public services leaders and academics are set to attend, and there is an open invitation for people to go along.