The Dyfed Powys ASB service team attended the Newtown Community Safety day on June 2nd and met with the new Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llewellyn.
We are Pobl
Pobl Group was created by the merger of Seren Group and Grŵp Gwalia on April 1st 2016.
As a new, single group we have the capability to create more affordable homes, more support to enable people to live the life they want and be able to provide the highest quality care to meet the needs of an ageing population.
Gwalia - Part of Pobl Group
We provide general, intermediate and sheltered rental housing options to people looking to move into a home of their own.
We want to help people gain a sense of ownership of their homes and spaces and we work closely with local communities and tenants to involve them in our work and community engagement activities.
We also provide a range of with tenancy support options for those starting out in their new home.
Gwalia Care & Support
Gwalia Care and Support - Part of Pobl Group
We offer a range of services specifically aimed at improving people’s lives and their independence.
We work for a wide range of client groups of all ages, including families, ex-offenders, people with alcohol or substance misuse issues and people with learning or physical disabilities to name a few.
Offering a personalised service is one of our goals and we focus on shaping support through practical assistance either in the community or in specialist care settings.
Arrrr… there be ‘play’ ahoy matey!
Lat summer, Play Right’s Pirate Ship plotted a course around six of our local communities - Parc Penrhiw in Betws, Carmarthenshire; Clos Nant Ddu in Ynysmeudwy, Neath Port Talbot; Pont Aur in Ystradgynlais, Powys; Bryn Parc in Morriston; Melin Mynach in Gorseinon and Ffordd-y-Bryn in Birchgrove, Swansea.
Each year, working with our Neighbourhood Housing Officers and Service Improvement Team, Play Right identifies communities for support based on a range of criteria, including the number of children living on the estate, the levels of perceived issues around anti-social behaviour involving children and young people.
Residents then signed up for Playful Communities training as a result of the Pirate Ship visits and Ystradgynlais was been marked for an open community meeting due to the level of interest from the wider community in the project.
Find out where the pirate ship wil be this summer: Pirate Ship Poster 2016 [pdf] 1MB