Third sector representatives are invited to attend an event to help thinking for the Parliamentary Review into the future of health and social care in Wales.

Gwahoddir cynrychiolwyr o’r trydydd sector i ddigwyddiad i gyfrannu at yr Adolygiad Seneddol o ddyfodol iechyd a gofal cymdeithasol yng Nghymru.

Bydd yr adolygiad yn gofyn i’r sector, ynghyd â llywodraeth leol, swyddogion iechyd, defnyddwyr gwasanaethau a rhanddeiliaid eraill, am eu barn ar natur y materion sy’n wynebu iechyd a gofal cymdeithasol yng Nghymru; sut i ddelio gyda’r materion; blaenoriaethau i weithredu a mwy.

Cynhelir y digwyddiad, sydd ymlaen drwy’r dydd, yn Stadiwm SWALEC, Caerdydd, ddydd Mercher 31 Mai.

Y cyntaf i’r felin caiff falu, a dim ond 30 lle sydd ar gael i fudiadau trydydd sector. Dim ond un person y mudiad a ganiateir. Ebostiwch dcook@wcva.org.uk i fynegi’ch diddordeb erbyn dydd Mercher 17 Mai 2017.

Mae rhagor o wybodaeth ar gael yma. Rhannwch y neges hon â’ch rhwydweithiau os gwelwch yn dda.

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Dear colleague,

Third sector representatives are invited to attend an event to help thinking for the Parliamentary Review into the future of health and social care in Wales.

The sector, along with local government, health officials, service users and other stakeholders, will be asked for their thoughts on the nature of the issues facing health and social care in Wales; how to deal with the issues; the priorities for action and more.

The full-day event will take place at the SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff, on Wednesday 31 May.

This event is strictly first come, first served, and only 30 spaces for third sector organisations are available. Only one person per organisation is permitted. Please email dcook@wcva.org.uk with your expressions of interest by Wednesday 17 May 2017.

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