Cardigan Children’s Centre has room to grow thanks to support from Wales & West Housing
The Jig-So Children’s Centre in Cardigan plans to launch new wellbeing and initiatives for local families and their young children thanks to support from housing provider Wales & West Housing (WWH).
The organisation has provided funding and labour through its Community Assistance Programme to help the centre build new outdoor storage facilities, freeing up space at their new venue to provide more projects for local families.
The Community Assistance Programme works with WWH’s contractors and suppliers to give back to the local communities where they work. Staff at WWH Group’s Cambria Maintenance Services helped to install a base for the shed, which was purchased using funding from the programme.
Linda Grace, Chair of Trustees at the Jig-So Children’s Centre, said: “Storage is always a problem, but thanks to the funding from Wales & West Housing we have been able to have a new storage shed installed, where all the play equipment we use for our outdoor play and environmental projects can be safely stored.
“This resource is so valuable to our centre. It gives us more space to develop an area for new well-being and emotional health initiatives. We can’t thank Wales & West Housing enough, we appreciate the support it will make a real difference to all the families we support.”