All the necessary electrical work has now been completed at Lion Garage, plus we’re fully decorated and carpeted thanks to our fantastic staff both paid and voluntary. The lift is fully operational so our Ace Mechanic Alan can service and do any necessary repairs on our vehicles. We have running water, both hot and cold, […]
We are pleased to present to you our redesigned LWCT website! Earlier in the year we decided we wanted to give our website a whole new redesign, and now we are happy to present to you the finished product. Here’s why we went about redesigning our website…
We’re proud to announce that LWCT is in the top six entries shortlisted for being named as one of the best rural businesses in the UK in the “Best Rural Social Enterprise, Charity or Community Project” category of the Rural Business Awards 2020/21.
Since last year’s AGM in August, the company has undergone some massive changes, not least, a move of premises. Despite all the changes, the management are determined to continue the good work of the organisation and help it to grow and most importantly, help those in the community that most need our help and support. […]
June saw us looking for new premises, having been given notice to quit the Tunnel Site at Cilmery. We needed somewhere big enough to house our vehicles, provide garage space for repairs and maintenance, a place to store all our recycling bins, and office space, so as you can imagine, it was a mammoth task. […]
March began in the normal way with all our services operating as usual. As always we were advertising for volunteer drivers to use their own vehicles to take members to medical appointments near and far, on personal shopping sprees, etc. Also, we were advertising rooms for hire down in the station building for training courses, […]
On Saturday, December 14th 2019, a party of volunteers and members of the LWCT Heart of Wales Coffee Club went for Christmas Afternoon Tea at the Caer Beris Manor, in Builth Wells. The cost of the afternoon was paid courtesy of LWCT.