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Invitation to Expression of interest – Help us find a name for the former Chapel at CRI

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Help us find a new name for the former Chapel at Cardiff Royal Infirmary (CRI)

The development of the former chapel at Cardiff Royal Infirmary (CRI) has been a partnership project involving Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (CAV UHB) and Cardiff Council, with funding from the Integrated Care Fund.  It will provide a valuable resource where patients, service users, carers and the local community can be signposted to relevant and easily accessible information and advice, social learning and recreational activities.

The construction work for the former chapel is now complete and the café is open for business, to be followed shortly by a new health and wellbeing library, Council services including self-service book loans, open access PCs, facilitated activities hosted by a Community Liaison Officer, meeting spaces and an Aroma Café.

Can you recruit some citizens for our focus groups?

To decide on a new name for the former chapel, C3SC needs your help to recruit 1 group of citizens to attend 1 focus group session before 15 October 2021. The focus group session will be 45 minutes long, and conducted via Zoom.

C3SC is partnering with ProMo-Cymru on this piece of work. A total of 5 citizen groups will be consulted with.

We’d like you to help us by:

  • Promoting this opportunity to get involved in naming the former Chapel with groups of citizens you work with
  • Recruiting a minimum of 12 participants to attend a 45-minute focus group session (via Zoom)
  • Attending and supporting ProMo-Cymru at the focus group session (via Zoom)
  • Sending a short survey to groups of citizens you work with and encourage them to complete

What you’ll get in return

  • You’ll receive £250 to recruit citizens (minimum 12) for a focus group, co-ordinate their attendance and support the online session. You can apply up to £500 if recruiting for 2 focus groups targeting 2 different local communities (* please find categories below).
  • You’ll get the opportunity to engage with this exciting new development

*We are particularly interested in Expressions of Interest (EOI) from groups working with the following local communities:

Please send your completed EOI form to [email protected] with the subject “CRI Chapel EOI” by 5 pm on Monday 13 September 2021.  

To download this document with the Expression of interest form, please go to 2021-08 – Name the CRI Chapel EOI final

 

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