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.

Melin Homes hosts ministerial visit

Melin Homes hosts ministerial visit

Caroline Flint to meet the Arbed 2 ERDF Team

'One in a Million'

'One in a Million'

Appeal for local lady with 'Stiff Person Syndrome'

Melin Homes Welcomes Deputy Minister

Melin Homes Welcomes Deputy Minister

Vaughan Gething AM visits new housing development in Brynmawr

Blaenau Gwent Council needs your help!

Blaenau Gwent Council needs your help!

Blaenau Gwent Housing Allocation Policy Public Consultation

Silver Surfer online at 99

Silver Surfer online at 99

Melin resident is latest silver surfer thanks to digital inclusion

New development opening

New development opening

Melin Homes Opens its Skirrid Pitch Development