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International Women’s Day 2022

International Women’s Day.  A day to reflect, celebrate and recognise the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women across the world. We had a great day celebrating International Women’s Day at St Elli Shopping centre, Coleg Sir Gar, Dunelm and Marks & Spencers. We’d like to thank those who popped over to support us […]

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Beach Clean

Join us for a beach clean this half term! 🌊 📍Millennium Quay Car Park, Llanelli SA15 2LG 🗓 Thursday 28th October 2021, 10am – 11am. 📧 ckeenan@threshold-das.org.uk to register!

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Photography Competition

If you are under 25 Threshold are running a competition especially for you! At a time where the world has been in chaos, we know that there is still so much beauty to be seen around us. We would love for you to send us some pictures of nature, your favourite thing, an insect or […]

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EXTREME pressures on the Welsh Ambulance Service

EXTREME pressures on the Welsh Ambulance Service yesterday meant it had to declare a ‘business continuity incident’. Call volume and hospital delays meant that demand exceeded their ability to respond. As a result, some patients waited many hours for help. Please only call 999 if a life is on the line – that’s a cardiac […]

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Christmas Competition *Results Announced*

Following the success in our White Ribbon themed competition, we launched our Christmas Competition. A similar title applied to this competition, but with a festive theme! ‘What does Christmas mean to me?’ This competition proved very popular among children of all ages! Under 10s – 1st Prize Arwen, 7, drew her family at the Christmas […]

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White Ribbon Competition *Results Announced*

In the period between White Ribbon Day (25 November 2020) and Human Rights Day (10 December 2020) White Ribbon urges people to get involved in its #16Days of Activism. Threshold DAS’s annual commitment to get involved continued, and 2020 saw us run our very own competition. The rules were simple: a poem, drawing, painting, picture, […]

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