The PSB's Well-being Plan provides the framework for the PSB's core collaborative activities. The Plan sets out four Well-being Objectives through which PSB partners can work together to improve Well-being across the Vale of Glamorgan.
In 2019 the PSB agreed four workstreams which cut across all four objectives and reflect the more integrated approach being taken to deliver the commitments in the Well-being Plan. These workstreams support each other and are the key focus for PSB meetings.
Our four workstreams are:
Priority Project One: The Move More, Eat Well Plan
Priority Project Two: Tackling Climate Change
Pathfinder Project: Timebanking
Organisational Learning Project: Improving Engagement
Our work is cross-cutting, through our Well-being Objectives, our workstreams and a number of key projects we are taking forward work that contributes to meeting the national Well-being Goals for Wales.
Vale of Glamorgan Healthy Travel Charter
The PSB has worked with a variety of different organisations across the Vale of Glamorgan to sign-up to and launch a Staff Healthy Travel Charter for the Vale of Glamorgan. Through 14 ambitious action, the charter promotes walking, cycling, public transport and ultra low emission vehicle use in the Vale.
More information on the work to take forward the Healthy Travel Charter in the Vale of Glamorgan and the Vale of Glamorgan Charter is available on the Healthy Travel Wales website.
The Food Vale Partnership
Recognising the impact that food can have on health and well-being, the PSB alongside third sector, food growers and retailers across the Vale have come together to set-up the Food Vale Partnership. The partnership is committed to helping individuals to make healthier choices through providing ideas on how to eat well on a budget, sharing healthy recipes, hints and tips to make the most of the food you buy and the financial support on offer.
For more information on the work of the FoodVale Partnership, take a look at the Food Vale website or follow @thevalefood on Twitter.