Rule changes will mean that community venues – including community centres, schools, village halls and hospitals – will be exempt from licensing restrictions on a range of entertainment and cultural events.
Carl Sargeant AM, Minister for Local Government and Communities, issued a statement announcing that the Welsh Government would ‘look afresh’ at its relationship with sector organisations.
Bangor University, in collaboration with Mencap Cymru and Cartrefi Cymru, are starting a new research project looking at the health of family carers, looking after an adult relative (aged 25 +) with a learning disability.
Bilingual booklets have been produced, by Carmarthenshire’s local walking programme Am Dro am Glonc Sir Gâr (Walk and Talk Carmarthenshire), for the Ammanford, Burry Port, Carmarthen and Llanelli areas.
On the 24th January 2013, public, private and voluntary sector organisations signed the Carmarthenshire Armed Forces Community Covenant at a ceremonial event.
The Charity Commission has issued an updated guide for trustee boards to help them structure review discussions about the way their charities operate.
The Voluntary Sector Forum exists to bring together community and voluntary groups that are active across Carmarthenshire to discuss important issues and get your voice heard.
Updated guidelines on physical activity for organisations, groups and individuals.
Welsh Government’s Framework for Action on Independent Living Consultation Event, Coleshill Centre, Llanelli – 5th December 2012
Age Cymru and Menter Cwm Gwendraeth have volunteers who can do one-off visits or regular visits to help people aged 50+ who have difficulty getting to a bottle bank or civic amenity site to get rid of their glass.