A Swansea based social enterprise is celebrating six months of growth since moving to new premises in Swansea. Cyfle I Dyfu has flourished since moving from its old factory in Carmarthen.
The Wales Co-operative Centre, Wales’ national body for co-operatives, mutuals, social enterprises and employee owned businesses is supporting a UK wide campaign to raise awareness of the social economy amongst parliamentary candidates in the run up to the UK elections in May.
Disability Wales and Wales Co-operative Centre are celebrating the official launch of their new project today at 12:00pm at the Pierhead, Cardiff Bay and will be joined by Professor Mark Drakeford AM, Minister for Health and Social Services, and Aled Roberts AM, sponsor of the event.
Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism, Ken Skates AM has announced that the Welsh Government is offering financial support to help Supporters Direct establish a presence in Wales.
Communities and Tackling Poverty Minister, Lesley Griffiths, has announced Wales Co-operative Centre will deliver a new £2 million digital inclusion programme across Wales.