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Shoppers dig deep for Help for Heroes

Shoppers dig deep for Help for Heroes

A crack squad of fundraisers at a department store have been raising money for the Help for Heroes charity.

Wales should get as much cash help after Brexit as it did from the European Union, Cabinet Secretary tells business leaders

Wales should get as much cash help after Brexit as it did from the European Union, Cabinet Secretary tells business leaders

It's vital that Wales doesn't lose out as a result of Brexit and that we carry on having access to the single market in Europe, according to a leading figure in the Welsh Government.

Specialist treatment helps top drummer give pain the elbow

Specialist treatment helps top drummer give pain the elbow

A top drummer from Anglesey who feared unbearable elbow pain would force him to give up playing for good is aiming to get back on stage after specialist treatment.

Gemma scores victory over alopecia thanks to netball

Gemma scores victory over alopecia thanks to netball

A sales assistant has overcome the devastating effects of losing her hair because of alopecia - thanks to her love of netball.

Drumming sessions are a big hit

Drumming sessions are a big hit

Care home residents are drumming up their energy levels with a new high intensity exercise class.

Welsh Government invites utility firm to showcase money-saving ideas at energy show

Welsh Government invites utility firm to showcase money-saving ideas at energy show

A switched-on Wrexham company thatís saved more than £50 million for clients is to showcase its work at a major energy event.

Daughter thanks finance firm for £20,000 support of hospice which looked after her dad

Daughter thanks finance firm for £20,000 support of hospice which looked after her dad

THE daughter of a much-loved Wrexham man who died suddenly from lung cancer has thanked a finance firm for raising £20,000 for the hospice which cared for him.

Abacare enables vulnerable students to continue studying

Abacare enables vulnerable students to continue studying

UNIVERSITY and college students needing care in Wales can from this month (April, 2017) continue with their studies and receive visits from social care workers.

DAUGHTER THANKS FINANCE FIRM FOR £20,000 SUPPORT OF HOSPICE WHICH LOOKED AFTER HER DAD

DAUGHTER THANKS FINANCE FIRM FOR £20,000 SUPPORT OF HOSPICE WHICH LOOKED AFTER HER DAD

THE daughter of a much-loved Wrexham man who died suddenly from lung cancer has thanked a finance firm for raising £20,000 for the hospice which cared for him.

£1m supreme court battle is an affront to the people of Wales

£1m supreme court battle is an affront to the people of Wales

A social care leader has slammed a £1 million court battle between local authorities and health boards that's depriving vulnerable people of much needed care.

Abacare champions dementia techniques in care

 Abacare champions dementia techniques in care

EXPERTS at a leading Welsh care provider are championing a variety of different techniques to use when caring for people with dementia (April, 2017).

Changes will widen £40m black hole in social care funding

Changes will widen £40m black hole in social care funding

Changes to the way residential social care is paid for will widen the £40 million a year funding black hole, according to a social care leader.

Care home resident Gary turns metal detector

Care home resident Gary turns metal detector

A care home resident has discovered a Civil War musket shot and a horde of other "buried treasure" after taking up metal detecting.

Looking for a career change?

Looking for a career change?

WORKERS in Wrexham looking for a change of career are being invited to contact a care agency that provides services across Wales this month (April, 2017).

Egg-cellent idea in aid of children's hospices

Egg-cellent idea in aid of children's hospices

Kind-hearted restaurant staff have come up with an egg-cellent idea to raise money for a children's hospice charity.

ANWYL HOMES EXPANDS INTO LANCASHIRE

ANWYL HOMES EXPANDS INTO LANCASHIRE

Award winning residential developer Anwyl Homes is expanding into Lancashire.

Weight to go for bakery shop manager Nerys

Weight to go for bakery shop manager Nerys

A bakery shop manager has shed 5st in less than a year thanks to a new diet and taking up weight lifting.

EASTER TAKES FLIGHT AT TELFORD CENTRE

EASTER TAKES FLIGHT AT TELFORD CENTRE

A host of free activities are lined up to entertain families at Telford Shopping Centre this Easter. Across the Bank Holiday weekend, the Centre is hosting a series of craft workshops aimed at keeping younger visitors happy.

Police boss calling for public's help to honour unsung crime-fighting heroes

Police boss calling for public's help to honour unsung crime-fighting heroes

A POLICE boss is asking for the publicís help to honour unsung crime-fighting heroes of the community.

Ethan samples life in F1 fast lane

Ethan samples life in F1 fast lane

A teenager is looking to build a career in F1 after sampling life in the fast lane with a stint of work experience with the new US-based Hass F1 Team in Barcelona.

Shopping centre not averse to poetic appeal for relay event

Shopping centre not averse to poetic appeal for relay event

An appeal has been launched by one of Wales's leading literary festivals to find poets to take part in a unique relay around a shopping centre.

Get free advice on respite relief

Get free advice on respite relief

CARERS in Wrexham are next month (April, 2017) being offered free advice on respite relief by a care agency in the area.

Dementia champ welcomes cute initiative to help those living with condition

Dementia champ welcomes cute initiative to help those living with condition

Five companies are researching high-tech ways to help reduce the anxiety of those living with dementia travelling to hospital appointments.

New boss Barry serves up burgers instead of beer

New boss Barry serves up burgers instead of beer

A former pub landlord has swapped beer for burgers after taking over as manager of a restaurant in Wrexham.

Blaze heroes win award

Blaze heroes win award

A shopping centreís security staff have won an award for their swift response when a freak fire broke out in one of the shops.

Care firm says future for workers is flexibility

Care firm says future for workers is flexibility

PEOPLE residing in rural areas with other commitments that might prevent them from taking up a full-time job make ideal employees says an award-winning care provider in Wales (March, 2017).

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