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10 months ago

Solva Care
EXCITING JOB OPPORTUNITIES!Our Pembrokeshire-wide partnership project Together for Change project is now recruiting for two posts. Funded by the National Lottery COVID-19 Response Fund Wales, the project was founded by Solva Care with partner organisations Pavs Pembs and PLANED. We are now looking for a full time Project Coordinator and Project Officer to take the project forward.The COVID-19 pandemic and its implications for society has revealed the importance of community level organisations at a critical time, with communities responding dynamically and compassionately to the challenges they faced. Together for Change will bring together third and public sector organisations to establish a positive legacy from the experiences of COVID-19 and build on the important contribution of community-led action to the health and wellbeing of people in Pembrokeshire.Find out more about these exciting opportunities on - closing date 15 September - and please share! #NewJob #job #career #SocialCare #JobSearch #Pembrokeshire #SolvaImage by Parveender Lamba from Pixabay ...
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11 months ago

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West Wales Walking for WellbeingWest Wales Walking for Wellbeing, who started arranging walks in Solva just before the lock-down, has now had the green light to start working towards starting up again. They will be different from before with smaller groups with one leader and one back marker. The route will be in upper Solva, which hopefully will be quieter than lower Solva and allowing us to more easily keep to social distancing. Their representative Sam Evans is hoping to come this week to check out potential routes.Attached is a poster for walk leader training which some of you may be interested in. The idea is that anyone interested will complete it before the walks restart or in the near future so volunteers can take groups as well. There will also be a booking system and eventually an online registration that’s being worked on at the moment. This will all be covered in the training for volunteers.Contact Lena on 07805 717556 if the is something you would consider or you can contact Sam directly on 07796526166. ...
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11 months ago

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Age Cymru's Lockdown SurveyThe survey's purpose if to ensure that older people are engaged as to their views on their experience of the last 4 months and aspirations for recovery from the pandemic. This has been an unprecedented period for older people (not ending yet) and it is important their voice is heard now and over the coming year when there are likely to be many economic and social difficulties emerging. The survey can be downloaded or completed online at ...
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What is Solva Care?

Solva Care is a registered charity set up by the community residing in the parish of Solva and Whitchurch in Pembrokeshire, Wales.

We are committed to building and sustaining a vibrant, strong and connected community, by working closely with our Community Council and other local groups and organisations.

Our aim is to maintain and improve the health and wellbeing of our community by enabling our residents to stay in their own homes and remain part of their community.  We do this by running a volunteer service to provide assistance where needed, as well as running social events to counteract loneliness and isolation; we also provide extra support for those caring for their relatives.

Solva Care’s aims

The aims of Solva Care are to maintain and improve health and wellbeing by:

  • enabling residents to stay in their own homes and remain part of the community;
  • offering a way to counteract loneliness, isolation and social disadvantage,
  • providing extra support for those for have caring responsibilities, be they relatives or carers; and
  • running activities to connect the community and enhance wellbeing.


If you would like to contact us to find out more about Solva Care, who to contact if you’d like to use our services, how to become a volunteer or how to make a donation, you can do so:

By email on

By telephoning our Coordinator Lena on 07805 717556


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