Merthyr Tydfil Leisure Trust are proud to work with a number of partners in the local and regional community. The majority of our community partnerships are non-financial and involve creating opportunities to stage joint events and activities which will benefit the local community. If you are interested in becoming a community partner with Merthyr Tydfil Leisure Trust please contact us for details.
Merthyr Tydfil Leisure Trust has agreed a partnership with Capitol Volkswagen that will support its community engagement ambitions. Capitol Volkswagen provide the Trust with a large 7-seater MPV, which is set to provide a lifeline to people at risk of loneliness and isolation.
This partnership is a great example of local business engaging with its community and enables the Trust to safely transport people who may be isolated because of ill health, vulnerability or access difficulties, to and from activities, groups and social activities taking place within its venues.
Thanks to Colin Laver Heating- new partners with Merthyr Tydfil Leisure Trust- who have generously sponsored Joseph Parry's Ironworkers' Cottage (part of the Merthyr Tydfil Leisure Trust Museum Service) enabling us to relaunch the Museum this May.
Colin Laver Heating, based in Pontypridd, has backed plans to re-establish the popular local attraction, which is now managed by the Merthyr Tydfil Leisure Trust. The company has funded restoration work, new information boards, brochures and leaflets at the Museum in an effort to attract more tourists to visit the famous composer’s place of birth.