Share your views with Catalyst!
Catalyst Science Discovery Centre and Museum has been awarded development funding by The National Lottery Heritage Fund for a new project called ‘Synergy.’
They are exploring how to make Catalyst more accessible for the local community. The project will redevelop Catalyst’s heritage gallery and provide new activities and events for visitors.
St Helens Council have recently commissioned an organisation called Capacity to carry out some work around building the vision for Adult Social Care in St Helens.
To start this they need to get a strong understanding of people’s thoughts on local care and support, with an eye on what it should look and feel like in the future.
Cheshire Police and OPCC John Dwyer are seeking the views, experiences and opinions of as many women and girls in Cheshire as possible.
To achieve this, they have commissioned independent research organisation VictimFocus, which specialises in promoting the rights of victims of crime, and challenging prejudice and poor practice around the world.
St Helens Borough Council, along with partners, recognises that anyone can experience domestic abuse and it is everyone’s responsibility to end it. The council and its partners are committed to ending domestic abuse in St Helens Borough and are asking residents to complete this short survey to help them to understand your views on this issue.
The results of the survey will help form the new domestic abuse strategy for the next 3 years.
Healthwatch is investigating the issues that the Deaf community in Knowsley, St Helens and Sefton are experiencing with Hospital access. They particularly wish to know if hospital appointments have been disrupted or lost due to communication issues for deaf people. The survey has a focus on Whiston, St Helens, Aintree, Southport and Ormskirk hospitals but also includes communication difficulty with other health appointments such as with GP’s and dentists.
UCL Partners are running a survey on the ways the NHS can contribute to improving community health, wealth and wellbeing through wider activities like who and how they employ people, where goods and services are purchased from, also known as ‘anchor institution activities’.
Calling all volunteers, community groups and charitable organisations in St Helens!
Halton Borough Council has commissioned The University of Chester Department of Public Health and Wellbeing to conduct a health and wellbeing survey. By understanding what residents feel is important to them in their health and wellbeing, Halton Borough Council can better shape their health and wellbeing support services in future. This survey is for adults living in Halton. One person in the household over the age of 18 is invited to complete the survey.