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iPod amnesty for the elderly launched in Dementia Awareness Week

iPod amnesty for the elderly launched in Dementia Awareness Week

PEOPLE from Wrexham are being asked to donate old ipods and other music devices to elderly and vulnerable people being supported by a care provider in the area this month (May, 2017).

Pupils make music with world-class orchestra and care home residents

Pupils make music with world-class orchestra and care home residents

Schoolchildren joined forces with a world-renowned orchestra and a care organisation to work on a pioneering project about the Welsh colony in Patagonia.

New councils urged to ditch double standards over expenses and care fees

New councils urged to ditch double standards over expenses and care fees

The cost of overnight expenses and meal allowances claimed by councillors can be twice what local authorities pay in care home fees for vulnerable people, it's been revealed.

Hello Dolly! Shoppers given sneak preview of hit musical

Hello Dolly! Shoppers given sneak preview of hit musical

Shoppers were given a sneak preview of a blockbuster musical in Llangollen.

Bakery pays for staff to join Co-op in a UK first

Bakery pays for staff to join Co-op in a UK first

A leading bakery has become the first company in the UK to pay for all its staff to become members of The Co-op.

Phil measures up to big fundraising challenge in memory of late mum and aunt

Phil measures up to big fundraising challenge in memory of late mum and aunt

The men’s suits manager at a Wrexham department store has fitted himself out as a marathon man to raise cash in memory of his mum and his aunt who both died from cancer.

UCML officially connects to charity that brightens lives of disabled youngsters

UCML officially connects to charity that brightens lives of disabled youngsters

A charity that's been an “absolute godsend” to disabled teenager Caitlin Chapman and her mum has boosted by kind staff at utility connections company UCML.

New police station will keep frontline officers in town

New police station will keep frontline officers in town

Here is what the new town centre police station in Wrexham will look like.

ANWYL HOMES TAKES TWO TRAINEE ASSISTANT SITE MANAGERS FROM COLEG CAMBRIA

ANWYL HOMES TAKES TWO TRAINEE ASSISTANT SITE MANAGERS FROM COLEG CAMBRIA

Flintshire-based Anwyl Homes has employed two young trainee assistant site managers from Coleg Cambria.

Grieving mum backs fix room for drug users

Grieving mum backs fix room for drug users

The bereaved mother of a teenager who died after taking ecstasy has backed the call by a police boss to set up safe injecting areas for drug users in North Wales.

Open air girl Claire finds perfect job as the boss of outdoor store

Open air girl Claire finds perfect job as the boss of outdoor store

Adventure loving Claire Vinall has landed her dream job - as the new manager of an outdoor store.

Bakers raise dough for hospice

Bakers raise dough for hospice

A group of big-hearted bakers are organising a charity football match to raise some dough for a hospice.

Holiday cottage hot tubs will see visitors splash out an extra £27m in North Wales

Holiday cottage hot tubs will see visitors splash out an extra £27m in North Wales

The growing popularity of hot tubs could pump an extra £27 million into the North Wales economy over the next decade.

Charity ball staged by Wrexham businessman raises £40,000 to help children with rare condition

Charity ball staged by Wrexham businessman raises £40,000 to help children with rare condition

A CHARITY ball organised by a Wrexham businessman has raised £40,000 to help children with a rare degenerative disease.

I'm proud body cams will save victims' lives, says police boss

I'm proud body cams will save victims' lives, says police boss

The introduction of chest mounted video cameras in North Wales will undoubtedly save lives in domestic violence cases, according to a police boss.

Women urged to take part in fun run to battle cancer

Women urged to take part in fun run to battle cancer

An appeal has been launched to find women to take part in a fun run in aid of a cancer charity.

Busy parents offered work/life balance

Busy parents offered work/life balance

PARENTS looking to balance their lifestyles alongside work are this month (May, 2017) being offered weekend and evening opportunities with a Welsh care provider.

Abacare supports Bisto’s Open door Sunday campaign

Abacare supports Bisto’s Open door Sunday campaign

STAFF at a care provider in Wales are getting behind a campaign to help battle loneliness in communities (May, 2017).

Talented baker Ann bakes a doggone good cake to brighten the lives of her care home’s residents

Talented baker Ann bakes a doggone good cake to brighten the lives of her care home’s residents

A care home manager is giving Mary Berry a run for her money as the Queen of Cakes with her latest masterpiece in the shape of a pedigree dog.

We'll catch more sex offenders

We'll catch more sex offenders

A police boss has vowed to bring more sex offenders to justice.

Police boss makes history in fight against modern slavery

Police boss makes history in fight against modern slavery

A police boss is stepping up his campaign against modern slavery with the appointment of the UK's first support officer dedicated to helping victims.

Shoppers put heart and 'sole' into shoe recycling scheme

Shoppers put heart and 'sole' into shoe recycling scheme

Shoppers are putting their heart and ‘sole’ into supporting a shoe recycling scheme which raises money for global education programmes.

McLintocks Chartered Accountants & Business Advisors appoint new director

McLintocks Chartered Accountants & Business Advisors appoint new director

McLintocks Chartered Accountants & Business Advisors has welcomed a new director to its management team

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.

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 that’s 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.

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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.

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