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Found 7 organisations and services in category "Volunteering" in Carmarthenshire in Whitland

Ty'r Nant, Parc Trostre, Llanelli, SA14 9UT

A charity Organisation that supports the lives of stroke Survivors, Carers and families and works towards Stroke prevention, providing information and advice.

Saron, , Llandysul, SA445DY
01559 371 222 hello@skandavalehospice.org https://www.skandavalehospice.org

Skanda Vale Hospice is situated in Saron, between Carmarthen and Cardigan. We are an independent, volunteer led respite hospice service.

Whitland Memorial Hall, Market Street, Whitland, SA34 0QB
http://www.whitlandmemorialhall.org.uk

The Memorial Hall is an ideal place for a whole spectrum of functions; fund-raising events, classes, public meetings, activities, shows, anniversary and birthday parties for adults and children. The Hall is available for hire seven...

Community Resource Team (Llanelli), Carmarthenshire County Council, Ty Elwyn, Llanelli, SA15 3AP
01554 747529 EDewar@cccpartners.org.uk

Locality Community Resilience Coordinators know their areas well and have information and contacts for a wide range of organisations and activities. They also have a role in developing community proje...

CAVS, 18 Queen Street, Carmarthen, SA31 1JT
(01267) 245555 admin@cavs.org.uk

CAVS provides advice, information and support to the voluntary sector in Carmarthenshire, and offer membership to groups wishing to join the association. Our Capacity Building team help with setting u...

Head Office, Stephen's Way, Pensarn, Carmarthen, SA312BG
01267 225536 info@mensshedscymru.co.uk

A man’s shed has, for generations, been a place for him to escape the stress and strains of life; a safe haven to gain much needed sanity; to be surrounded by his own useful things;...

10 Delta Lakes Enterprise Park, The Avenue, Morfa, LLanelli, SA152DN

Our befriending scheme offers support and companionship to people who have mental health needs. We recruit, train and match volunteers with individuals who are socially isolated through their experien...