Over the last few years, Age Connects Morgannwg has worked on plans with Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council, Cwm Taff University Health Board, partners from the third sector and the local community to transform St. Mair’s Day Centre into the inclusive community hub called Cynon Linc.
In August 2018, ACM took over the running of the building ahead of starting major refurbishment work anticipated for the summer of 2019. The renovation project is being funded by the The Big Lottery Community Fund, Dunhill Medical Trust, Pen Y Cymoedd and The Welsh Government Integrated Care Fund, with £1.5 million of capital funding secured.
The redeveloped building will provide a new home for several organisations including ACM’s new head office. This will allow the community to access the charity’s services which support and enable older people to live a healthier, more independent life. These services include Community Support, Independent Advocacy and Befriending, as well as Nail Cutting and Information and Advice.
Click on the links below to see how the interior will look like once work has been completed:
The Fern Partnership will deliver a childcare facility from Cynon Linc, along with Maendy Place GP Surgery who will relocate from their current facility to deliver GP services. Cruse Bereavement Care RCT will also move to Cynon Linc to offer their confidential service. We are currently working with Ongl Interior Design and Buckle Chamberlain Partnership Architects to develop the design and structure of the building.
Click on the floor plans below to see the new layouts:
For more information about Cynon Linc, please get in touch on 01685 881007 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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You pop in between 9am-4pm and chat to a member of staff who will be happy to answer any questions. We are at:
Cynon Linc, Seymour Street, Aberdare. CF44 7BD