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Plaid Cymru politicians Jonathan Edwards MP and local County Councillor Helen Wyn have welcomed the £24,000 grant funding for Brynaman’s Black Mountain Centre

The £24,366 has been awarded from the Western Valleys Sustained Hub Project.  The project is a cross boarder initiative which will be delivered in the 32 Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) in the Amman and Gwendraeth Valleys in Carmarthenshire and 3 LSOAs in the Amman Valley in Neath Port Talbot.

Local MP Jonathan Edwards supported the centre’s application and said he was pleased to see the application was successful.

Mr. Edwards said:

“I’m extremely pleased the centre has been successful in its application and I am always very proud to support the centre’s activities.

“The centre is a valuable community asset and is a testament to the hard work and loyalty of the staff and volunteers.

“I look forward to visiting the centre again in the New Year”.

 

Local County Councillor Helen Wyn added:

“Receiving over £24,000 is fantastic news and will help the centre to continue to grow.

“The services available at the centre make it a vital community facility which many residents could not do without”.

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