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Found 106 organisations and services in category "Community" in Carmarthenshire
We provide support and information to organisations and community groups providing services or activities to improve people's wellbeing. We also look at developing new groups or activities within communities based on the needs of the...
Our Police and Crime Commissioner is elected by the Dyfed-Powys public to be their voice and to keep them safe.
Partnership with befriending organisations to bring therapy dogs to the local communities
A charity Organisation that supports the lives of stroke Survivors, Carers and families and works towards Stroke prevention, providing information and advice.
Located in Brynaman, a village nestling at the foot of the Black Mountain of Carmarthenshire; The Black Mountain Centre is the ideal place to visit.
Formerly known as Brynaman Community Centre, The Black Mountain Centre...
New state of the art Centre ideal for Weddings or concerts, with a lovely café with home-made foods and a stunning gift shop.
Capel Dewi Hall was set up in 1992, and is housed in the old school. The hall is used for Quilting classes twice a week, and Art classes once a month. Coffee mornings are held...
Age Cymru Sir Gâr supports older people to feel engaged with their community and empowered and enabled to make choices that affect their lives. We’ve been in Carmarthenshire for 21 years but became an official...
Community hub providing a sign posting service for anyone that needs help, we have a job club, computer club, natter group, carers group, art class, scrabble club and many others. You can drop in to...
The University of the Third Age (U3A) movement is a unique and exciting organisation which provides, through its U3As, life-enhancing and life-changing opportunities. Retired and semi-retired people come together and learn together, not for qualifications...