Wales Co-operative Centre

Canolfan Cydweithredol Cymru

Office move marks ‘new chapter’ for the Centre

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It’s the end of an era. It’s also the beginning of a new chapter for the Wales Co-operative Centre.

After more than 30 years in our Llandaff Court base, we’re merging our two south-east Wales offices in Cardiff and Abercynon and relocating to a new headquarters in Caerphilly. From Monday, 16th June, our head office will be situated in the United Welsh ‘Y Borth’ building, in Caerphilly.

The new headquarters offer modern and environmentally friendly facilities. They are fully accessible, with high-speed broadband and Wi-Fi, offering plentiful onsite car parking and close proximity to public transport links. An open-plan layout will enable us to work more collaboratively, right across the organisation. Welcoming and well-equipped meeting rooms will be used for face-to-face and virtual meetings, with clients and partners.

The move to Caerphilly also means that our head offices will be situated in the Convergence area of Wales, putting us closer to many of the people, businesses and organisations that we are working with and supporting. In United Welsh, we will be sharing a building with an organisation that also shares many of our aims, interests and our ethos – valuing people and the environment as much as profit. In addition, we are working with a social enterprise to remove and recycle any items that are left at our Cardiff office.

We hope you’ll join us for an office warming in the near future. In the meantime, be sure to update our contact details in your own database:

Wales Co-operative Centre

Y Borth

13 Beddau Way


CF83 2AX

Telephone: 0300 111 5050




Written by derekwalker72

June 10, 2014 at 1:31 pm

Posted in co-operatives

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