Please find information on Friday walks here
Monday, 28 September 2020
Tuesday, 22 September 2020
The Commissioner will be hosting virtual community conversations over the coming months, which will act as an interim replacement for the community walkabouts we usually hold. The first virtual meeting is targeted at residents living in Merthyr Tydfil and will take place on Tuesday 29th September at 6pm.
Monday, 14 September 2020
'Meet the Funder': Register now to join the Sport Wales’ Be Active Wales Fund online.
Sport Wales’ “Be Active Fund” is currently open for applications with £4m to help Protect and Prepare community Sports Clubs in Wales.
In collaboration with Third Sector Support Wales, we would like to invite you to attend an online ‘How To Apply For Funding’ workshop, where we will outline the latest news and information about the fund.
The session will take the format of a 20 minute presentation plus question and answer session.
The session will run online (Zoom) from 2:00pm-3:00pm (max) onThursday 1 October 2020
To register, please email: email@example.com stating ‘Sport Wales’ in the header by 28 September 2020.Please include the name of your organisation and the county in which you are based in your email. A link to the event will be sent out closer to the date. Please note the session will run through the medium of English.
'Cwrdd â'r Cyllidwr': Cofrestrwch nawr i ymuno â Chronfa Cymru Actif Chwaraeon Cymru ar-lein
Mae £4m ar gael I Ddiogelu a Pharatoi chwaraeon cymunedol.
Ar y cyd â Chefnogi Trydydd Sector Cymru, hoffem eich gwahodd i fynychu gweithdy ‘Sut i Wneud Cais am Gyllid’ ar-lein, lle byddwn yn amlinellu'r newyddion diweddaraf a gwybodaeth am y Cronfa.
Bydd y sesiwn yn cynnwys cyflwyniad am 20 muned, ynghyd a cwestiynau ac atebion.
Bydd y sesiwn yn rhedeg ar-lein (Zoom) o 2:00yp-3:00yp ar Ddydd Iau, 1af Hydref 2020.
I gofrestru, e-bostiwch firstname.lastname@example.org erbyn 29 Medi 2020 yn nodi 'Chwaraeon Cymru” ym mhennawd y neges. Cofiwch gynnwys enw eich sefydliad a'r Sir yr ydychwedi'ch lleoli ynddi yn eich e-bost. Bydd dolen i'r digwyddiad yn cael ei anfon yn agosach at y sesiwn,. Sylwch y bydd y sesiwn yn rhedeg drwy gyfrwng y Saesneg.
Thursday, 3 September 2020
Starting 15th September 2020
The course is run in partnership with New Horizons Mental Health and Adult Learning Wales
Each person will be given a log in for the moodle with Adult Learning Wales where you will find work sessions with links or power point for information regarding that session, you can then email your completed work to the Tutor who will give you feedback. Plus, there will be 1 vscene sessions for the group with the tutor, so you can discuss how the course is going and any queries you have.
To enrol on the course please send your name and email to:
email@example.com or telephone 01685 881113
Demand for courses are high, so please contact us as soon as possible if you wish to have a place.
Information on what the course covers:
Know the terms 'anxiety' and 'panic attack'. Know causes of anxiety. Know symptoms of anxiety. Know how anxiety can affect the individual and the individual’s friends and family. Know how different ways of thinking and behaving can affect anxiety. Know how anxiety can be managed.
Monday, 24 August 2020
Tuesday, 18 August 2020
NSPCC training for the DESIGNATED SAFEGUARDING PERSON in WALES.
Miki Miyata-Lee is a Senior Officer from from Natural Resources Wales. See her message below:
I am a partnership specialist, who is keen to promote health and wellbeing of people and environment in Bridgend, Cardiff, Merthyr, RCT and Vale of Glamorgan.
Currently, I am reaching out for new audiences and partnerships, who have interests in promoting any activities involving local greenspace, and seaside/riverside space etc., that can bring environmental, social, economic and cultural benefits to everyone. It can be both urban and rural area. What we are looking for is diverse ideas, cultures and creativities which can contribute to South Central Wales Area Statements:
- Building resilient ecosystems
- Connecting people with nature
- Working with water
- Improving our air quality
- Improving our health
I currently have a very modest amount of funding called Shared Outcome Request. Please find the info here . If you are interested in having a chat with me, please get in touch. It doesn’t have to be about accessing to the grant. It can simply a friendly chat about your local people and places, and how you think we can bring better wellbeing of people with local environmental actions.
Ffon: 03000 654 538/ Mob: 0781 799 1047Miki.Miyata-Lee@cyfoethnaturiolcymru.gov.uk
Tuesday, 11 August 2020
The Bevan Foundation is a charity that is looking at how to grow opportunities, incomes and services in Treharris.
To do this we need to understand more about the circumstances of Treharris residents. Please will you help us by joining our virtual focus group?
We want to know about how money circulates locally and how and where it is spent.
To say thank you, you will be paid £15 for participating. The information you give will be treated in strict confidence, we may use your insights but you will not be named publicly.
26th August @ 2pm
2nd September @ 2pm
Places are strictly limited. If you would like to participate, or would like to know more you can contact
Project Support Officer:
About the Bevan Foundation
The Bevan Foundation is Wales’ most innovative and influential think tank. We develop lasting solutions to Wales’ most challenging problems.
We are independent of government or any political party, and are funded by subscriptions, donations, grants from charitable trusts and foundations and commissions.
145 & 145a High Street, Merthyr Tydfil, CF47 8DP
Tuesday, 28 July 2020