Nightingale House, the family hostel that is managed by Cadwyn, has received a donation of laptops and tablets from the local Tesco store at Pengam Green.
17 members of staff from Cadwyn took part in the Dragon Boat Festival at Atlantic Wharf, Cardiff.
This 26 bedroom homeless hostel for families aims to help tackle homelessness by providing a temporary, safe and supportive environment to families.
Staff at Nightingale House have recently started their second Parent Nurturing Programme as part of their work to help support families with new babies and throughout their first year (the perinatal period).
With only one week to go until the deadline to register to vote in local elections, we are urging tenants to make sure they are registered in time.
Would you like to improve your computer/tablet/mobile phone skills? We’re running FREE digital drop ins for Cadwyn tenants every Friday at our office on 197 Newport Road Cardiff, 11am – 1pm.
Welsh Government Minister for Skills and Science, Julie James, visited a landmark new Cardiff housing development on Monday, 20 March, to meet local young people taking their first steps into a career in the building industry through The Prince’s Trust’s Get into Construction programme.
If you are a Cadwyn tenant and have been affected by noise you can now gain access to ‘The Noise App’ that can record incidents and send them straight to us.
Cadwyn have signed up to the Digital Inclusion Charter, this means that we are committed to actively supporting our tenants and volunteers to learn basic digital skills.
Groundwork is getting under way this week on The Mill, Canton: a £100 million new urban village for west Cardiff.