Clydach Community Awards 2023

Clydach Community Awards 2023

The Society was represented at the Clydach Community Awards 2023 presentation evening at Manor Park Country House in Clydach. This event was organised by Clydach’s three County Councillors: Matthew Bailey, Brigitte Rowlands and Gordon Walker, and was generously sponsored by Vale. The evening celebrated all that is done by the people of Clydach who give up their time voluntarily, often at great sacrifice to their personal lives, to better the lives of the people around them. The guests of honour were the Lord Lieutenant of West Glamorgan and the Lord Mayor of Swansea. The evening was compeered by Kevin Johns, in his own inimitable style.

The Society was honoured to be nominated in the “Best Community Group” category and was delighted to receive this splendid trophy as one of the runners-up. It was a privilege to be present at the ceremony to hear so many stories of selfless dedication and, in many cases, outright bravery and triumph in the face of adversity. An uplifting evening celebrating the wonderful community spirit that is so evident in Clydach. Congratulations to everyone – each award was richly deserved.

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