Get Involved

Are you a citizen or an unpaid carer in Neath Port Talbot or Swansea with lived experience of the Health and Social Care sector? Here you can find information on how to get involved with our work. If you would like to share your views to help shape services in West Glamorgan we’d love to hear from you!

Who can get involved?

Anyone who lives in the West Glamorgan region can get involved. We welcome people with lived experience, service users and caregivers to join us in shaping the future of health and social care. 

Why should you get involved?

By getting involved you can help us to develop and improve health and social care services in the region. We want to hear from those who use health and social care services in our region. Your experiences of health and social care will help us do this. By being a volunteer, you can make a real difference to the lives of communities. Your voice matters! 

How can I get involved?

If you’d like to have your voice heard and help shape health and social care services in a positive and meaningful way, please complete the form below.  

Young Carers delivering a presentation

Getting Involved

If you’d like to have your voice heard and help shape health and social care services in a positive and meaningful way, please complete the form below. A role description is also available, which provides more detail on what your involvement would entail.

You can complete the form electronically and email it to west.glamorgan@swansea.gov.uk, or print it out and return it via post to the following address:

West Glamorgan Regional Partnership Office
c/o Swansea Council
Civic Centre
Oystermouth Road
Swansea
SA1 3SN

If you require any further information, please feel free to contact West Glamorgan’s 
Volunteer Representative Coordinator via email at west.glamorgan@swansea.gov.uk, or telephone 07584 491 980.

Information for Volunteers

What does it mean to be a Volunteer?

Hear from a selection of our volunteers about their contributions to West Glamorgan’s work!

West Glamorgan Volunteer Stories – Lee

West Glamorgan Volunteer Stories – Lee

Regional Perspective – West Glamorgan Regional Partnership

How Volunteering Makes a Difference

Resources for Volunteers

West Glamorgan Volunteering Support

West Glamorgan Volunteering Support (WGVS) is a multi-agency project that produces shared resources to develop the knowledge, management and coordination of volunteers and volunteer involving organisations across the Swansea and Neath Port Talbot areas.

West Glamorgan Volunteering Support cover image

Joint Working Journal

See the latest news from our board meetings on our Joint Working Journal