Thanks to our Tenant Support Service one of our tenants who has medical issues has now been able to claim an extra £139 a week in Personal Independence Payments.
If you have experienced domestic abuse within the past 3 years the Vale of Glamorgan and Cardiff Councils would like to invite you to take part in a short, confidential survey.
We are delighted to announce that Cadwyn has once again been awarded a “Pass” for our Financial Viability Judgement.
Year 5 students from Albany Primary School visited a construction site on Albany Road to give them a taste of what it’s like to work in construction.
Cadwyn Statement – Increase in reports of racism, harassment and intimidation following EU referendum
Cadwyn Housing Association is concerned about the reported increase in racial discrimination following Brexit.
Congratulations to our tenant Ceriann Goddard for winning the WCVA’s Adult Volunteer of the Year award.
A mother who lost a child to protective services after struggling with a drug addiction has started to turn her life around after being supported by our Tenant Support Service.
A Calon tenant who’s name has been changed to protect her anonymity has been reunited with her children after a spell in prison and overcoming a drug addiction.
Cadwyn supports another Get Into Construction course that aims to help those aged 16 – 25 gain employment in the building industry.
Two support workers from a family hostel run by Cadwyn Housing Association in Cardiff have been hailed as heroes by a new mum after they delivered and saved the life of her newborn daughter.