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
Grŵp Cynefin has a housing maintenance service. We wish to keep our houses in a good, safe and…Read More
Building dubbed ‘Historical Footnote’ starts new chapter A derelict old railway shed destined to be consigned to history has opened its doors after a £1.2 million revamp.
Friday 18 October 2019
Plan now to avoid Christmas rent stress The festive period can be a busy and expensive time for many of us, with people preparing early to ensure they have enough money to pay for the presents and parties.
Thursday 10 October 2019
Intergenerational work expands to Llanaelhaearn and Y Ffôr near Pwllheli Five organisations are celebrating after receiving financial support to set up intergenerational projects thanks to Grŵp Cynefin. The housing association is keen to improve wellbeing and reduce loneliness in the lives of the elderly living in rural communities.
Thursday 19 September 2019