Tonypandy pupils visit Pennant Walters Pant-y-Wal windfarm.
Tonypandy pupils learn first-hand benefits of wind power. Primary pupils from Tonypandy have been learning about the importance of renewable energy after a visit to Pennant Walters Pant-y-Wal windfarm.
Aberdare youngsters hopeful of a win in largest school rugby tournament with backing from Pennant Walters
Pennant Walters Managing Director, Dale Hart, said: “We are thrilled to back the teams from Ysgol Gyfun Rhydywaun and wish them every luck in the tournament. Our wind energy project community funds exist to make a difference to the local communities in which we work – benefitting people directly.
Gilfach Goch rugby and football teams given £12,000 by Pennant Walters
The village of Gilfach Goch has been given a boost after two of its prominent sports teams have received money to purchase essential equipment. Both the village’s rugby and football teams have received money from Pennant Walters which has been used to cover essential costs ensuring benefit for years to come.
Christmas cheer spread across Cwmdare by Pennant Walters £3,500 donation
Christmas cheer has been spread across the village of Cwmdare this year, with a host of activities taking place to help put a smile on the face of youngsters and their families. Determined Cwmdare4Cwmdare (C4C) members spent the past year working tirelessly to bring festivities to the village after Pennant Walters donated £3,500 to help kick off the festive season in style.