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Forge Fach is a vibrant, modern community centre based in Clydach, South Wales.

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Tenants at Forge Fach

The following businesses are currently based at Forge Fach as tenants:

Community Transport Association

The CTA is a UK wide charity which provides leadership and support to a wide range of community transport organisations. It exists to support its members and to act as the lead UK body for voluntary and community transport.

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Forge Fach Day Nursery

Forge Fach Day Nursery is registered for babies and children from 0-8 years, offering a great service to parents/guardians and quality care and education for 0 to 8 year olds.

The Nursery is registered with the CSSIW for 24 children – 8 Babies/Children 0-2 years of age and 16 Children 2-8 years of age.

The design of the Nursery is fun, bright and attractive to children, with areas for active play, eating, sleeping and quiet times as well as an outside play area and garden allowing your child to be creative, whilst in a safe, fun, conducive environment.

All equipment, furniture and facilities are specially designed for children

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Play and Leisure Opportunity Library

The 'Play Library' offer a toy loan service to children and adults with disabilities, whereby for an annual fee starting from £20 per year, you are able to access a huge library of toys, loaned much in the same way as a traditional book library. The Play Library also offer a Stay and Play service at Forge Fach, as well as an After School Club.

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Walsingham Support

Walsingham Support is a leading national charity providing highly personalised care & support services for around 400 people with learning disabilities, autism, brain injury and complex needs.

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