Group/ Advice Services Information
  
Cylch Ti A Fi
The cylch ti a fi (parent and toddler group) offers parents and carers an opportunity to enjoy playing with their children and socialise in an informal Welsh atmosphere.  Providing activities which promote child development from birth to school age, it’s a great opportunity for parents and carers to meet in an informal atmosphere and to share experiences and socialise over a cuppa.
 
Indoor Bowls
Dulais Valley Bowls Club is open to both males and females.  This is a great club to learn new skills, meet new people and socialise.  Children must be accompanied by an adult.
 
Library
A small collection of fiction and popular non-fiction stock which is exchanged on a regular basis.
 
Neath Port Talbot Social Services
This social centre session provides support to older disabled people living in the community, in the form of social stimulation, activities, outings and meals to prevent loneliness and isolation.

Partnership & Communities Together(P.A.C.T.)
Meetings allow local people to identify the issues that they would like the Police and Partners to address. The meetings generate up to 3 priorities that will be dealt with by the Police and Partners. Local people are then encouraged to become involved in providing the solution to the identified priorities. Your local Neighbourhood Policing Officer & Partners look forward to welcoming you at the next meeting 

Rainbows, Brownies & Guides
Providing games, activities and educational fun for young girls aged 5-7 (Rainbows), aged 7-10 (Brownies) and aged 10-14 (Guides).
 
Return to Learn
The return to learn classes give all adults a chance to improve their English and Maths skills (from the beginning to pre-GCSE). With friendly help, support and FREE classes, you can work towards improving on the areas you choose at the level you require. You can brush up on a range of skills including: reading, writing, spelling, grammar, vocabulary etc. 

Workways
Workways aims to assist people into employment by helping them overcome barriers to work. We engage with various supporting agencies, identify training and work opportunities to suit individual needs.
We work in partnership with local employers to source and create job opportunities for Workways participants.
 
Young Parents
These drop-in sessions are available for parents who are aged between 16 and 25.  The sessions are an ideal place to bring the children and meet other parents and children, socialise, learn basic qualifications and go on arranged outings.

Youth Club
Open to youth aged between 11 and 25, a range of activites are provided making it a fun place to be.  Organised outings are also arranged.
 
 
 
 






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