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Programme bending

Programme bending is where organisations work together combining staffing and resources to jointly deliver key priorities.

Communities First aims to narrow the economic, education/skills and health gap between the most deprived and more affluent areas. Organisations can work with Communities First to direct resources to support both individuals and communities to address the barriers that prevent things improving.

Examples of Welsh Government funded programme bending and joint working with Communities First include:

  • Pupil Deprivation Match Fund - Communities First are working with some schools in the CF area to address the shared outcomes of tackling poverty and its impact on young people’s educational achievement.
  • Over 50s Health Checks - There will be a close collaboration with Communities First to ensure that a range of strategies are used to increase access to the over 50s health Checks. Community based support for accessing the health checks will be developed in Communities First Clusters.
  • Job Centre Plus - Jobcentre Plus and local communities are working together in an innovative way, supporting those people least likely to accessJobcentre Plus services. Support provided through the LIFT Programme aims to reduce the number of workless families, and particularly lone parents.

More information can be found on the Welsh Government website.

Flying Start, Families First and Communities First are the Welsh Government’s three main tackling poverty initiatives. The three programmes are working closely together to deliver shared outcomes around getting people into employment, working with young people 16-24, who are not in education, employment or training (NEET), reducing the number of low birth weight babies and supporting early years development to ensure children reach their potential.

Contact Housing Service

Housing Service
Council Offices
LL77 7TW
Housing Customer Services: (01248) 752200
Council Housing Repairs and maintenance: 08081 68 56 52 (24 hours)
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Contact Finance Service

Isle of Anglesey County Council
Council Offices
LL77 7TW
Tel: (01248) 752658
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Email:Council tax/Business Rates
Email:Council tax benefits

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