Category: News

New teams to support people with Mental Health needs in Welsh Hospitals

New dedicated teams of staff to provide hands-on support for people with mental health needs will be set up in Welsh hospitals, Health and Social Services Minister Mark Drakeford has announced.

HUTS Workshop Newsletter Spring 2016

HUTS is a charitable organisation situated in West Wales offering a variety of opportunities to adults with mental health challenges. To find out the latest news and information from HUTS, click to view their Spring 2016 newsletter!

VC Gallery Peoples Projects – Vote now!

We work very closely with the VC Gallery in Haverfordwest and are supporting them in the work they do. The VC Gallery are a Pembrokeshire Voluntary Organisation doing amazing work right across our community. They have been short-listed to 5 good causes by ITV Wales. The winning group will receive £50,000 to take their good work forward.

Health Minister unveils new “Welsh Way” of working in the NHS – 22/02/16

A new set of principles for all staff employed by the Welsh NHS, which form the basis of the “Welsh way” of working, has been unveiled by Wales’ Health and Social Services Minister Mark Drakeford.

Llanelli Mind New Weekly Activities

Click here to find out the updated list of Llanelli Mind’s weekly activities! The centre is open on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.

Pembroke Dock Men’s Shed

A Men’s Shed is a dedicated, friendly and welcoming meeting place where men come together and undertake a variety of mutually agreed activities. Men’s sheds also become spaces where men can share their lives and stories with each other, develop friendships, and be part of a group that enriches a strong and diverse community life.

Eiriol News Letter – January 2016

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Please find the first of Eiriol’s quarterly newsletters attached (released on January 2016). We hope you find it of interest. Future editions will be introduce info on trustees and members of staff together with more information about the services we offer.

Tycroes teenager speaks out at UK Parliament in House of Commons

A TYCROES teenager represented Wales at the recent UK Youth Parliament debate held in the House of Commons. Alisha Gibbons, aged 14, joined 300 other youngsters aged between 11 and 18 in the debate which determined which two issues would become their priority campaigns.

AWW Link-UP Winter 2016

Joanne Riggs was appointed the new chairperson of Advocacy West Wales (AWW) at the annual meeting. Jo is a director of her own consultancy business and will take over from current acting chair Barbara Wilson in January.

WWAMH Annual Report 2014-15

The latest version of the WWAMH Annual report and Accounts (2014-2015) is now available to view!