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Carmarthenshire County Council Legacy Programme

Passport to construction course

Arts 4 Wellbeing

Compassionate community groups

CETMA Project Coordinator Vacancy

We have a new opportunity at CETMA for the role of Carmarthenshire LGBTQ+ Project Coordinator. This post will involve leading an innovative new LGBTQ+ project together, to set up support services and groups for the Carmarthenshire LGBTQ+ Community. The closing date for applications is 28th September 2019 For full details and how to apply please …

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Mind Llanelli My Generation Programme

My Generation is a FREE Mind Cymru programme to promote wellbeing, resilience and community engagement for over 50s and to help prevent loneliness and isolation.  It is ideal for those suffering mild to moderate mental distress or at risk of isolation and loneliness. It is an 8 week programme running every Thursday from 1.30pm – 3.30pm, the start date is …

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Twilight Sanctuary at Mind Llanelli

Adult mental health out of hours service

Hywel Dda Community Health Council – Audiology Survey

The HDCHC is undertaking a survey on Audiology. We need to see what people’s experiences are like when using audiology services within Hywel Dda, so we can understand what areas of audiology are working well and are responsive to people’s needs as well as identifying things that do not work so well and which impact negatively on patients and their families.

Pembrokeshire County Council – Transforming Day Opportunities consultation

The consultation period for the Transforming Day Opportunities is now open and events are being held across Pembrokeshire to gather feedback from service users, carers and residents.

Arts Care Gofal Celf

Workshop opportunities in September, October and November

Welsh Ambulance Service Engaging Carers Event – 7 November 2019

Carers groups, local organisations and in particular carers themselves are being invited to hear first-hand how we at the Welsh Ambulance prioritise and respond to calls as well as having the opportunity to tell us their experiences as carers and suggestions for improving our services.

World Mental Health Day Drop In Event

Thursday 10th October, 10.30 am – 3pm The Quay Centre, Quayside, Carmarthen (Blue building)  Celebrating the work of the mental health community and voluntary sector in West Wales in 2019 Stalls, speakers and workshops All welcome No need to book, just drop in and see us throughout the day. For more information contact WWAMH on director@wwamh.org.uk or …

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