Pontypridd shop is open for business

Source : Age Cymru
Published on 25 November 2011 10:00 AM

Rhondda Cynon Taf over-50s can now get financial products and services that are tailor-made for them at the Age Cymru Enterprises Limited shop in Pontypridd.

The shop is located at 25 Taff Street - opposite Iceland, and is open from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm Monday to Friday. 

Older people can pop in for information and advice on subjects from state benefits and how to claim them, to grants to heat their homes.

They can also buy a range of exclusive products such as travel insurance, car insurance, motor breakdown cover and home insurance from the shop.

Zoe Newland of Age Cymru Enterprises Limited says:

“Whether you need a new product such as home, travel or car insurance, or want to learn about our energy tariff, how to be more energy efficient, remain independent, or even if you are thinking about organising your finances in later life, everyone is welcome to come along for an informal chat.

“Our friendly team is available to talk to face-to-face and everyone is welcome to pop in for an informal chat and to find out what we have on offer.

“We’ll be very glad to see you and we’ll even make you a cup of tea if you ask us nicely.”

Other products available from the shop include funeral plans, gas and electricity, personal alarms as well as a wills and legacies services, an annuity service and equity release.

If you are a journalist and would like further information, please contact Iwan Rhys Roberts on 029 2043 1562, 07739 894 923, iwan.roberts@agecymru.org.uk

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