THE Powys Service Board (PSB) annual report could be launched at the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show in July.

And an invitation could be extended to Wales’ Future Generations Commissioner, Sophie Howe, to be at the launch.

The annual report is supposed to be published by July 3, with the annual Royal Welsh Agricultural Show, held in Llanelwedd taking place from July 22 to 25

PSB Well-being advisor, Heather Delonnette, told members that it would be fine to hold the launch a few weeks after the document is published.

Powys County Council Leader, Cllr Rosemarie Harris (Independent – Llangynidr), who chaired the board meeting, said that it was possible to squeeze a launch into the itinerary of events taking place at the PCC building at the show ground.

“We have a skeletal outline for events we would hold at the show, I can think of a number of areas that this could fit in.”

Stuart Bourne, of Powys Teaching Health Board, asked: “Are we inviting Sophie Howe.”

Cllr Harris, replied: “We certainly can. I think Sophie Howe might be attending the show anyway.”

The report is set to be in the form of video clips rather than than a traditional written version.

The report will focus on a dozen “steps” on various topics, such as education, carbon positive strategy, branding for Powys and improving emotional health that are done by various board members.

PSBs have been set up in Wales under the 2015 Well Being of Future Generations Act.

They are made up of representatives from local authority, health board, fire and rescue authority and Natural Resources Wales (NRW).

Representatives of the Police, Welsh Government and volunteer groups could also be invited to be part of meetings.

The idea is that PSBs are supposed to improve joint working across all public services in each local authority area in Wales.

In Powys the future well being plan is called “Towards 2040” and it has four identified objectives.

People will experience a stable and thriving economy

People will enjoy a sustainable and productive environment.

People will be healthy, socially motivated and responsible

People will be connected by strong communities and a vibrant culture