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Cyfannol Women’s Aid – together we are stronger

  • “I would like to take this opportunity to say how much I was supported and helped getting back to a stronger happier more confident person.”

  • “I would like to say thank you for all their help and support that they gave me and my children during our stay in the refuge and during our move. Good work girls.”

  • “It was nice having a grown-up I didn’t have to share with my sisters. He’d give me good advice, like not to fight. I really don’t know why I got into fights at school. It got me into trouble with my teachers and they would write to my mum. She says I’m happier now.”

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Recent News

  • Open Event at the MAC
    On Friday 2nd December, we will be hosting an open event, in support of White Ribbon Day, to mark the re-launch of the MAC (Multi-Agency Centre) in Abergavenny. The event will be open to
  • The life-changing impact of BBC Children in Need funding
    Cyfannol Women’s Aid receives funding from BBC Children in Need to run a mentoring programme for boys aged 5-16 who have experienced domestic abuse. The project aims to help boys with behavioural
  • New children’s project secures Gwent PCC funding
    Cyfannol Women’s Aid has been awarded funding of £1500 from the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent’s Partnership Fund, which is funded by the proceeds of crime awarded to the police and
  • Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse opens Wales Office
    On 26th October 2016, The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse opened its Wales Office in Cardiff. The Inquiry offers an opportunity to examine the extent to which institutions and
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