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Ponthafren Association Service Evaluation

Please take a few minutes to fill out our Service Evaluation. At Ponthafren we value all feedback and strive to always be improving the service we provide the community.

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Author: James Evans

Ponthafren Members Vote for Change

At a well-attended Extraordinary General Meeting of members yesterday, Ponthafren members voted overwhelmingly to move from being an unincorporated Association to a “Charitable Incorporated Organisation”

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Author: James Evans

Our impact

105%

Daily attendance in comparison with last year

2000

Hours of groups and courses for our members in the past year.

272

Members benefited per quarter by accessing our services. 

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