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Carers Wales is holding a free workshop for carers who would like to learn more about their legal rights.
CAVS will be facilitating free Deaf Awareness Training sessions being delivered by Deaf Access Cymru.
A fun, friendly, informal social health & wellness event with a range of activities on offer at Ferryside Village Hall.
Watch this short film to see what partners across Carmarthenshire are doing to make your county more sustainable.
WCVA would like their members to send them pictures of volunteers at work.
he charity is looking to invest up to £500,000 in worthwhile rural initiatives. The Prince’s Countryside Fund has given more than £2.1m in grants to hard-pressed rural communities, directly benefiting more than 40,000 people since 2010.
The Community Foundation in Wales is recruiting three new members of our team so that we can grow and manage business development activities, philanthropy initiatives, and grant-making. Closing dates 6th & 8th May 2013.
The aim is to support people to better manage their own conditions and to live independently in their own homes, by increasing awareness and uptake of third sector provision.
Get involved in planning a new local social enterprise network