Rural businesses from across the United Kingdom are celebrating following the Rural Business Awards’ National Final 2019/20. Winners and runners-up were announced for twelve categories, following hundreds of entrants, a competitive shortlist process and a series of regional presentations. The runner-up for the Rural Social Enterprise, Charity or Community Project of the Year Award was Llanwrtyd Wells Community Transport.
Llanwrtyd Wells Community Transport (LWCT) is very pleased to announce that they have won two prestigious awards. They have been announced as the winners for the Best Rural Social Enterprise, Charity or Community Project at the Rural Business Awards, for the Wales and Northern Ireland Region, 2019-20, and they have won the Serving Rural Communities Award, at the Community Transport Awards. Also, their friends from the Landed Festival, who LWCT supports, have won an award.
Llanwrtyd Community Transport (LCT) were awarded a small Integrated Care Fund Capital Grant of £12k by Powys Regional Partnership Board to renew their kitchen.
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Source: Cyngor Sir Powys County Council You Tube Channel.
We were delighted to welcome around 35 local people and dignitaries to the official opening of the new kitchen at Llanwrtyd Community Centre on Thursday April 18th, 2019, at 11am.
We were fortunate in receiving a grant of £12,000 from The Welsh Assembly Integrated Care Fund to renovate the old kitchen and bring it up to Health and Safety Standards.
Are you looking for a place to hold a meeting, seminar, training session etc?
If so, we might have just the place to interest you.
Here at Llanwrtyd Wells Community Centre we have meeting facilities for hire. We have two rooms available one seating 12 persons, the other seats 20 persons.
We have a modern and fully equipped kitchen, high speed broadband and printing facilities, a small garden area, plenty of free parking, and of course full access to the beautiful Heart of Wales line between Shrewsbury and Swansea.
With the help and co-operation of Network Rail, Llanwrtyd Community Transport has taken over the occupancy of the old Station buildings in Llanwrtyd Wells.
We would love to have input from the community to make the most of this wonderful opportunity.