Consultation approaches half way point: Your fire and rescue service – right place, right time, right skillsPosted
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service is now approaching half way through our public consultation to gather feedback from those who live, work and travel in the region about the provision of future of emergency cover in North Wales.
Deputy Chief Fire Officer Stewart Forshaw said: “Thank you to everyone who has already taken part in our consultation - your opinion really matters, we want to know what people think and we welcome all your feedback.
“Over 750 people have completed our online questionnaire and we invite you to please take this opportunity to have your say.
“This consultation is important to everyone in North Wales and understanding your views is key – which is why as well as providing information on our website and a questionnaire to complete online we are also holding consultation events across North Wales.
“Today we are in the Free library in Dolgellau at 2pm and this evening we will in Neuadd Abersoch at 7pm – please do come along to see us. It’s an opportunity to find out more and to ask questions.
“If you can’t make these events in person then next week on Tuesday on 5 August, we are also inviting you to take part in one of our online events.”
You can find out more on our website and about how to take part here.
To register for an online event, click on the link below. Once you have registered, a link to the meeting and a calendar invite will be sent to your email.
2pm - Please click here to register for the 2pm event.
7pm - Please click here to register for the 7pm event.
The final decision on the options will be made by the Fire Authority once the consultation is completed and the feedback has been collated.