A Caerphilly cleaning company which trains unemployed and hard to reach people, along with international foreign exchange students, is celebrating its rapid growth by branching out into garden maintenance.
Wales’s leading social justice think tank is planning to expand with the dual aim of helping reduce poverty across the country while challenging the ‘negative image’ of Merthyr Tydfil.
A Valleys tourist attraction is set to see an influx of new visitors over the coming year – of passengers disembarking from cruise ships.
One of Merthyr Tydfil’s oldest sports clubs is taking steps to ensure it continues to offer local residents a wealth of recreational and social activities.
Merthyr Tydfil could become the home of one of Wales’s first indoor ‘bounce parks’, with inter-connected trampolines allowing people to bounce off the walls.
Adults with learning disabilities are being helped find jobs and develop their skills and self-confidence by a project also giving Torfaen shoppers healthy snacking options.
Two Merthyr Tydfil social enterprises have created 15 jobs and safeguarded four as a result of receiving grant awards worth almost £80,000.