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Found 24 organisations and services in category "Older People" in Carmarthenshire in Llanelli
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...
Providing information, advice and support to carers (people who look after relative, friends or neighbours who could not manage without support due to illness, disability, mental health issue or substance misuse).
We help older people in Carmarthenshire to adapt or repair their homes.
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...
Provide Outreach Service to residents of Carmarthenshire on how to reduce energy bills and utilise their heating appliances effectively.
If you are caring for someone who is a family member or friend with mental health issues and need help because you feel that you are not being listened to then maybe we can help.We...
Craft Group bring your own crafts and sit and talk with like minded people 1 pound for tea and coffee 2 pound for lunch provided
We offer free, confidential information ' support to everyone affected by cancer: Provision of information resources published by Macmillan ' other organisations; A confidential environment to talk; W...
The service offers advise and assistance to community groups in preparing documents, support for writing constitution, business plans and funding support.
The Board Games group meet at Glenalla Vestry at 2:00 pm on the first Wednesday of the month. The leader is Mrs Margaret Davies. On the second Wednesday of the month a few members meet,...