Open Day Success for Cwm Aur
Cwm Aur, our £6 million integrated care scheme delivered in partnership with Carmarthenshire County Council recently enjoyed great success with their their open day, welcoming visitors to the site.
Residents at Cwm Aur (Golden Valley), in Llanybydder opened the doors to their homes on Saturday 15 June, welcoming visitors to a fun-filled afternoon of events which included a welcome from Cllr Terry Davies MBE – Chairman of Carmarthenshire County Council and Cllr Ieuan Davies.
Over 100 visitors enjoyed a strawberries and cream reception whilst being entertained by Corisma Women’s Choir, and took part in a raffle and auction to raise money for the British Heart Foundation.
Younger visitors enjoyed the afternoon with special guests Fireman Sam and Peppa Pig along with face painting, a bottle store and a chance to try out the Mobi Bus- Carmarthen’s mobile youth club.
Visitors also had the opportunity to explore the grounds of Cwm Aur, including Hafan wing, a purpose built dementia unit offering specialist care. Tours were given of the modern kitchen, comfortable living room and 6 spacious en-suite bedrooms, and visitors were also able to take a walk around the gardens, which are specially designed for people with dementia.
Our Director of Care, Mark Lewis said: “It was a pleasure to welcome visitors to Cwm Aur. Since its opening in 2010 it has become home to many people. It was a great opportunity to welcome visitors, family and friends to meet the people who live at Cwm Aur and the staff who deliver such a fantastic service. It was also a chance to showcase our first class facilities and have a fun day. I am delighted that Gwalia was able to make a donation of £300 to the British Heart Foundation as a result of the afternoon’s events”.