Residents benefit from an exceptional partnership

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North Torfaen residents benefit from an exceptional partnership

Jocelyn Davies, AM, Deputy Minister for Housing and Regeneration came to Blaenavon today to see, first hand, the ground-breaking work around digital inclusion taking place in Torfaen.

The Digital Hub, based in Melin owned, Church View, was formerly an abattoir, but has now been transformed into a state-of-the-art IT training facility for both individuals and businesses bringing the world heritage site town firmly into the 21st century.

Getting residents online

Getting residents online

Older residents get to grips with the World Wide Web

Shadow minister sees the benefits of arbed

Shadow minister sees the benefits of arbed

Arbed showcases community benefits in Maesteg

South Korean Government’s ‘Green Remodelling Centre’

South Korean Government’s ‘Green Remodelling Centre’

Melin Homes welcome South Korean Delegation 

Helping someone to complete a bowel screening kit.

Helping someone to complete a bowel screening kit.

Bowel Screening Wales launch booklets for carers & agencies

Foodie fun that’s good for your finances

Foodie fun that’s good for your finances

Love food? Want to eat well on a budget? 

Gas Safety Week

Gas Safety Week

Be Gas Safe