The Employment Project at Hafal Rhondda Cynon Taf has donated a hand-crafted wooden train to Cwmni Dda Day Centre in Aberdare.
Philip Jenkins made the train at the Hafal project, and he and Recovery Practitioner Nigel Roberts were invited to present it to the Cwmni Dda Day Centre in early December. Also attending the presentation was local Councillor Michael Forey.
Practice Leader Sophie Hirst said: “Philip is so talented at woodwork, and it is great that he was able to produce the train at the RCT Employment Project. It was also extremely generous of the project to donate the train to the Day Centre, an example of our excellent links with the local community. What a great Christmas present!”
Hafal Rhondda Cynon Taf helps people with serious mental illness and their families to work towards recovery. All services are underpinned by Hafal’s Recovery Programme which empowers clients and families to take control of their lives and achieve recovery. For more information please visit: http://www.hafal.org/in-your-area/rhondda-cynon-taf/
Matthew Pearce, Head of Communications