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Seniors bowled over by work on Victorian pavilion

WORK to brighten up a Victorian pavilion in the heart of a Swansea community has left regular users bowled over.


Swansea Council's NEAT team has transformed the appearance of the Dyfatty Senior Citizens Bowls Pavilion in Dyfatty Park.

As well as weeding and carrying out a general tidy-up they also painted the exterior of the building and the benches.

Now the club has written to thank the team for their efforts.

The letter states: "The committee wishes to pass our thanks for your work in making the outside of the bowls pavilion more comfortable and attractive for our groups and community members alike.

"It has been a pleasure having you at Dyfatty and we really appreciate your support."

The NEAT team sees individuals with learning disabilities work alongside council staff on community projects.

Councillor Mark Child, Swansea Council's Cabinet member for Health and Wellbeing, said: "I'm delighted that the bowls club committee are so pleased with the finished article.

"The NEAT team have won numerous plaudits over the years and they do fantastic work in improving our communities."

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