Eluned Morgan MS delivers update on dementia care in Wales

THE coronavirus pandemic and the response to it, has had an impact on the health and wellbeing of people in Wales. This has often been felt most acutely by the most vulnerable members of society, including those people living with dementia and their families. This statement updates Members about the Continue Reading

Emergency services continue the search for ‘missing’ Darren Rees

DYFED-POWYS POLICE continues to work with Partner agencies in searching for Mr Darren Rees, aged 43, who was reported missing in the Machynys area of Llanelli on Tuesday the 3rd of November where he had been cockling during low tide. Chief Inspector Chris Neve made the following statement: “The search Continue Reading

Neil Hamilton MS backs calls encouraging men to talk about mental health

NEIL HAMILTON, MS for Mid & West Wales and Leader of UKIP Wales, is backing calls to encourage more men to talk about their mental health. Mr Hamilton, a member of the Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs committee, is supporting Time to Change Wales as it launches its award Continue Reading

Empty homes in Gwendraeth and Amman valleys eligible for Welsh Government grants

OWNERS or potential buyers of empty homes in the Amman and Gwendraeth valleys are now able to apply for a grant of up to £25,000 to help with renovations. Local Senedd Member Lee Waters is behind the scheme in his role as Deputy Economy Minister and Chair of the Valleys Continue Reading

£3.6 million National Lottery funding brings comfort to communities across Wales

ADDITONAL support will be made available for people dealing with dementia, loneliness and mental health thanks to £3.6 million of National Lottery funding announced today. Cariad Pet Therapy CIC, based in Pembrokeshire, is one of eighty Welsh groups receiving awards from The National Lottery Community Fund. They will use their Continue Reading

All-weather pitch coming to Pontarddulais

A NEW all-weather sports pitch is coming to Pontarddulais, but funding for one in Mumbles may prove trickier. Swansea Council will contribute £200,000 for the floodlit scheme at the former tennis courts at Pontarddulais Comprehensive School. It was announced at a meeting of full council on November 4 by council Continue Reading

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