Swansea Bay University Health Board logo - April 2019Swansea Bay University Health Board (SBUHB) is reviewing the services it funds from the voluntary and community sector (third sector) to meet the needs of people in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot.

They are looking at:

What services are needed, and

What these services should look like

As part of this process, the Health Board in collaboration with NPTCVS and SCVS are arranging a series of sessions for you to have your say on what services could/or should look like. Sessions are open to any voluntary or community organisations, patients, service users, carers or individuals that are interested in working to improve the health and wellbeing of people in the Swansea and Neath Port Talbot areas.  

The process will take a phased approach which will enable us to focus on a small number of lots at each session.

Phase 1 will take place on the Thursday 20th April.

The session will run from 2.00pm – 4.00pm and will be split as follows:

2.00pm – 2.50pm – Stroke (Lot 12)

3.00pm – 3.50pm – Violence against Women, sexual assault and domestic violence (Lot 14)

For the purpose of this session, the focus will only be on Lots 12 and 14. To get the most out of the session, please can you read the relevant specifications before attending. 

Click here to download the list of specifications which relate to each of the lots.

If you are unable to attend and would like to share your views, please email [email protected]  with your comments by Thursday 20th April.

Click here to book to attend the Stroke Specification Session

Click here to book to attend the Violence against Women, Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Specification Session


Dates of future sessions to discuss the remaining specifications will be released in due course.

Click here to see a recent presentation delivered by the Health Board which sets out the timeline and proposed phasing of lots.

If you would like to share any feedback in advance of these sessions, or have any questions or comments in relation to the process please email [email protected].

Click here to see our overview and information on the SBUHB Third Sector Framework