Fair Services for all

Gwynedd Council conducting a survey on its services

Gwynedd Council is conducting a survey to see how accessible and fair services are so that they can be improved for the future.

 As a part of this consultation, the Council is asking people to fill in a questionnaire to share their experiences of using services and of applying for a job with Gwynedd Council.

Complete the questionnaire online

The consultation’s findings will be a basis for how public services and staffing systems will be adapted and developed so as to ensure they meet the needs of everyone who uses them.

Gwynedd Council offers a range of services for local people – from services which are familiar to everyone like recycling and waste collection, to specialist services that are relevant to particular groups of people like the homelessness services. Whatever the service, we need to avoid a situation where some people don’t make use of them because of barriers.

As one of the biggest employers of the county, with around 7,000 people working for the organisation, Gwynedd Council wants to make sure that the workforce reflects the local population and there’s no barriers preventing a range of people from all backgrounds from applying for jobs.


Paper copies, large print, Braille, other languages and so on are available by contacting equality@gwynedd.llyw.cymru or calling 01766 771000 to discuss your needs.