Welcome to

Age Cymru Sir Gâr.


(Above: Age Cymru Sir Gâr attended a 50+ Forum event.  Trustees, volunteers and staff show off the organisation to Esther Rantzen.)

We are here to help

Information and Advice

Do you have a problem and don’t know how to solve it? We can help. No matter how minor or major you feel your problem is, talk to us, we can help you find the information you are looking for to help you solve your problem.

Digital Inclusion

Do you or one of your older friends or family want to learn to surf the net in your own home.  Our volunteer tutors can help you to build confidence in using the internet to do what you want to do, whether its shopping, booking holidays, downloading music or keeping in touch.

How you can get involved.

Volunteer with us

Our volunteers give hundreds of hours of support every year. We've a number of exciting and varied volunteering opportunities.

Handyperson Volunteers Wanted

If you are a dab hand at DIY and want to spend some time helping older people with small jobs around the house, this could be the role for you:

Become a trustee

We have vacancies for new Trustees with Age Cymru Sir Gâr.

Get ready for winter!

And reduce the costs of your fuel bill.

If anyone in your household is aged 65 or over, Age Cymru Sir Gâr can do a free energy assessment of your home. With the energy assessment the charity is offering to install free energy saving items such as light bulbs, draught excluders, radiator panels, nightlights etc, to help maximise the efficiency of your heating and energy use systems.

The assessment takes approximately 60-90 minutes to do, including installation of any equipment. This service is funded by Eon energy providers.  

You do not have to be on any benefit to receive this support.

Latest news

  • 50+Forum

    Age Cymru Sir Gar attended the 50+ Forum at the National Botanic of Wales.

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  • Swansea University looking for research volunteers

    Volunteers needed for psychology research on the potential influence of perceived changes in memory and thinking skills upon reaction time and attention in ageing.

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  • Elder Abuse

    Aberystwyth University would like to invite the residents of Carmarthenshire to attend a free conference exploring abuse against older people. The event will include a series of public lectures from inspirational speakers. There will be interactive workshops for you to discuss a range of topics and how they relate to your own community.

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  • Help to be Heard celebrates first year

    The Help to be Heard project started in May 2014 and commenced delivery in July 2014.  Its been a busy and successful year.

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