Welsh Water has a number of schemes which could potentially reduce your payments.
Over the next few months Valleys to Coast will be visiting customers with our road show to promote the schemes.
Check the website for roadshow details, or for more information contact Valleys to Coast's Money Matters team to see if you can save money.
Valleys to Coast would like to say a Huuuuge Thank You to our incredible staff taking time out of their evenings and weekends to volunteer with their chosen organisations.
With the invaluable support from them and other heroes like them their organisations strive to achieve the best service to those who access it.
From Left to Right photo’d with our CEO Donna Baddeley;
Louise Percival volunteers with Cefn Glas MMA club providing an excellent accounting service and maintaining the administration of the club. Her due diligence and maths whizzical brain the club means children and adults alike will continue to have a safe place to train and keep active!
Howard Merrett volunteers with Tondu under 8’s rugby team and Wheelers Cycling Club, coaching and motivating a healthy active lifestyle. Howard’s incredible can-do attitude has supported and lifted so many and helped improve the physical activities of countless more!
Lynda Hance volunteers with Murray Park’s management committee and Whitton Wanderers Youth Teams promoting and sponsoring the vast improvements of the community and its occupants. Through her consistent support and guidance the park has obtained history boards and outdoor fitness equipment whilst the Whitton Wanderers have gained sponsorships to continue their fun and wonderful works!
Anya Ward volunteers with Porthcawl School of Judo as a coaches assistant and South Cymru Devils Disabled Football Team. Ensuring both clubs are a place of fun learning and confidence building are two of many powerful qualities each and every member hold with the Coaches and the Commitee at the forefront leading the way!
Marc Jones volunteers Pen Y Banc Juniors Rugby Club and regularly participates in fundraising and awareness events for his club. After his most recent trek up Pen Y Fan with the club and his accolade for Volunteer of the Year we felt it fitting to acknowledge all the wonderful work he has done and will continue to do in the future.
Below are some snaps of the trek they completed with 50 members of the club participating and fundraising for future tournaments, kit and excursions.