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Mae’r Sefydliad Materion Cymreig yn cydnabod yn ddiolchgar gefnogaeth Ymddiriedolaeth Carnegie y Deyrnas Unedig. Ariennir datblygiad gwefan Deall Lleoedd Cymru ei hunan gan Ymddiriedolaeth Carnegie y Deyrnas Unedig a Llywodraeth Cymru.
We would be delighted if you could join us for the launch of the Understanding Welsh Places website.
Understanding Welsh Places is a collaborative project that draws on the experience and expertise of a range of partners from the public and voluntary sectors. We want this new website to be the first point of call for statistical information about towns, villages and communities in Wales.
The website is different to other data portals because people will not need to be experts to use it. A focus on exploring similarities, contrasts and inter-relationships between places will help users to interpret and interact with this data in new and dynamic ways.
This event is kindly sponsored by Dai Lloyd AM
Hannah Blythyn AM, Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government
Jen Wallace, Head of Policy, Carnegie UK Trust
Discussion panellists to be confirmed
Booking and further information
Tickets for this event are free but limited. To confirm your attendance, please make sure to book your ticket.
If you have questions about the launch or any other aspect of Understanding Welsh Places, please contact Elinor Shepley: [email protected], 029 2048 4387.
The Institute of Welsh Affairs gratefully acknowledges funding support from the Carnegie UK Trust (CUKT). The development of the Understanding Welsh Places website itself is funded by both CUKT and the Welsh Government.