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Exciting Funding News

We are delighted to announce that thanks to funding from Voluntary Services Emergency Fund (VSEF) we will be running regular remote guitar and singing groups. Following the success of the pilot sessions the workshops will run weekly from September. The funding also covers 10 hours a week emotional support from experienced counsellors. We are extremely grateful to VSEF for their support of our work at a time when so many young people are struggling with feelings of anxiety and isolation.  
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We would also like to say thank-you for funding received for our remote theatre workshops which are supported by Glamorgan Voluntary Services through the COVID-19 High Risk Groups Charity and Voluntary Group Small Grant Scheme.  


Changes in accessing A & E in Cardiff and the Vale.

Cardiff and Vale University Health Board has introduced a new ‘phone first’ triage system, called CAV 24/7, for people needing urgent care, which will signpost the user to the most appropriate service. 


How will CAV 24/7 work?

Instead of going straight to the Emergency Unit (EU), people are asked to phone a dedicated telephone number, 0300 10 20 247. This will be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This does not replace 999 calls; if people have an emergency that is life-threatening, they should still call 999.












Our children's work is funded by BBC Children in Need.