The centre provides 12 office units for local businesses.
Part of the “Housing, Employment, Language” project, the centre is situated next to a development of affordable housing in the rural village of Botwnnog on the Llŷn Peninsula.
There is concern in many rural areas about the economic and cultural effects because of the shortage of affordable homes for young people and key workers.
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The Tai Teg register has been launched in a partnership between the region’s housing…Read More
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Extra care housing scheme residents adjusting to COVID-19 measures “The staff are amazing here – they always have a smile on their face, nothing is too much trouble for them and they connect with our families digitally for us to see them! This technology is great!”
Thursday 7 May 2020
Y Shed has been given a welcome boost from The National Lottery Community Fund A COMMUNITY project hit by the Coronavirus pandemic has been given a welcome boost from The National Lottery Community Fund.
Wednesday 22 April 2020
Gorwel reassures victims of domestic abuse that support is there during COVID-19 Victims of domestic abuse in Gwynedd and Anglesey are being reassured that support services are still available during the Covid-19 restrictions.
Thursday 16 April 2020