The Woman Who Made Port Talbot

There’s more to Port Talbot than steel. It’s more than metal, sulphur and its reputation. Like everything, it has a history. There’s a reason the town has its name, but what’s not as well known, is the woman behind it. The woman who helped make Port Talbot what it is today.  Miss Emily Charlotte Talbot […] Read more…

Spilling the Tea with Jessica Strange

In your own words, who is Jessica Strange? Jessica Strange is a cat-loving, Nobbly Bobbly eating, tea-guzzling human who loves the outdoors. How did you get started doing what you do? It all came around out of the blue, really. I studied Economics at Uni and went straight into the public sector working for the […] Read more…

Friends of Margam Park: Bags of Love for the NHS

Local voluntary group, Friends of Margam Park have spent the past few weeks making drawstring bags for hospital staff around South Wales. Originally a volunteer group, Friends of Margam Park launched in 2006 and became a registered charity in 2018. FoMP board member, Beverley Carver explained that due to the closure of the park and […] Read more…

Bethel Trust: Food share in a Time of Crisis

Volunteers at Bethel Community church on Sandfields Road, Port Talbot have been working hard over the past few weeks. Due to the current crisis, the team have pulled together and are working within the community to help those who need it most. The team have worked tirelessly to provide food boxes to people in self-isolation […] Read more…

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