Community Funding

Pennant Walters donate £1,500 to brighten up playtime at Ogmore Vale Primary School

Pupils at Ogmore Vale Primary School are delighted after their playground has undergone a transformation. The key stage one playground been given a bright makeover, with new markings for games scattered around to keep the 180 pupils entertained and busy during break times.

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Pennant Walters donate £20,000 to Friends of Aberdare Park to make a splash !

Pennant Walters have contributed £20,000 to the Friends of Aberdare Park project through a fund linked to the Mynydd Bwllfa windfarm. It builds on previous donations which have seen Pennant Walters provide money to support numerous community groups.

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Donation of £15,000 by Pennant Walters helps ICT provision at Abercerdin Primary School, Bridgend.

The learning of pupils at Abercerdin Primary School has been boosted after a £15,000 donation is set to increase the ICT provision at the Bridgend school.

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Pennant Walters donate £1,800 to help provide free packed lunches to Tonyrefail children

A member of staff from Tonyrefail Community School is hoping to deliver daily free packed lunches to feed up to 300 local children during the coronavirus crisis and this initiative has been kickstarted by Pennant Walters donating £1,800. The money will enable the group to provide packed lunches to 300 pupils for a week and Leanne and the team are hoping this is just the start.

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Bridgend’s BAD Bikes gets a £10,000 funding boost from Pennant Walters

BAD Bikes (Blackmill and District), which was established as a community initiative in 2004, regularly interacts with more than 120 children and young people from across the Ogmore Valley to provide them with youth work sessions, activities and issues-based workshops. Thanks to funding from Pennant Walters they will now be able to put on additional […]

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Valley Ravens Mini and Junior teams kitted out by Pennant Walters

Pennant Walters is putting power into several Valley Ravens minis and junior rugby sides after becoming a sponsor of brand-new kit for three of their teams. Until now the Club, which runs an extensive minis and juniors set-up, has had to make do with old kit that was handed down through the age groups but […]

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