Estyn survey on Education Services in Flintshire and Wales Audit Office - Household Recycling Centres Survey.

Estyn inspection of Counties Education and Youth Service

Dear resident,

Between 16 April and 14 May 2019 Estyn are inviting views on how well Flintshire education services support schools and youth services.

The views and opinions of those with an interest in education services, for example parents/carers, learners, or people working or involved in education will allow Estyn to judge the effectiveness of education services in ensuring young people receive the education to which they are entitled.

 Survey Link:

Residents may wish to comment on what they think of the service provided, positive or negative. The fact that we have a new school from September that has generated a range of opinions, a lot more houses and stretched high schools may trigger some thoughts. The survey is also on youth service and although we have one of the best youth centres in the County, an opinion may be appropriate.


Wales Audit Office - Household Recycling Centres Survey

Dear Resident,

Between 15 April and 17 May 2019 Wales Audit Office is inviting residents to have their say about Flintshire's Household Recycling Centres.

The Wales Audit Office (WAO) checks how public money is used in Wales and will be seeking feedback to be able to produce a report which will help the Council understand people’s recycling habits and needs, what it’s doing well and what it could do better.  WAO will not include individual responses in its report but it may include anonymised comments from the feedback it receives.

A number of surveys will be undertaken with people visiting our recycling centres or alternatively there is an opportunity for all residents to take part in an online survey by visiting or

Residents are encouraged to have their constructive say on positive and negative aspects of the service, and the survey should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete and all responses received by 17 May will be used by WAO in preparation of its report.

Sarah Hughes