NSA Afan is a member led, community based regeneration organisation that is a Company Limited by Guarantee, (3674953) and a Registered Charity, (1088934) and it is governed by a Board of Director Trustees. The purpose of the organisation is to support regeneration to enable a better quality of life for people living in the most disadvantaged communities in the Swansea Bay Area.
NSA Afan are looking to appoint a dynamic and enthusiastic individual in the role of Senior Projects Manager within the organisation.
If you are interested in applying for this 'new' income / social enterprise role within a well established local Regeneration Charity then please download the relevant documentation below. For further information relating to the post please email email@example.com
Application Forms will be available shortly.
Many thanks to the thousands who attended this years beach festival event click the links below to view pictures and videos on Facebook from the day.
During the 14-18 Novembera major cultural programme is taking place across the United Kingdom to mark the centenary of the First World War. As part of the programme people across the country have been invited to consider the impact of war on one individual.
On platform one of Paddington Railway station there stands a war memorial. It is a statue of a soldier from world war one who is reading a letter. We do not know anything about the contents of the letter or who it is from. We have been encouraged to write what we imagine the letter might contain. This could include a letter that he received from someone written during the war or a letter written by someone today reflecting on the war and what it means to them.
1.1 Our mission statement is:
‘Supporting regeneration to
enable a better quality of life
1.2 Our vision is:
‘Helping communities work together.’
1.3 Our values are:
Public service, Leadership, Selflessness, Integrity,
Objectivity, Honesty, Accountability and Stewardship.
Please consider making a donation to NSA, visit Charity Giving to support our cause.
This years annual beach festival was a huge success with thousands of people in attendence the event had over 9,000 followers and likes on Facebook.