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.

Money Advice Team

Money Advice Team

Helping residents put money back in their pockets

100th Green energy champion

100th Green energy champion

PUCF reach another milestone!

Hammett Court Residents put their knitting skills to good use

Hammett Court Residents put their knitting skills to good use

Residents make clothes for ‘Fish and Chip Babies’

Warm Congratulations to Torfaen’s Heat Hero

Warm Congratulations to Torfaen’s Heat Hero

PUCF's Allison Cawley named 'Heat Hero' 

Melin Homes Breaks Records by Adopting a Community

Melin Homes Breaks Records by Adopting a Community

25% increase in volunteer hours

Melvin at Pontypool park

Melvin at Pontypool park

Egg-citing community event