New Sandfields Aberavon Sustainable Regeneration Ltd

Address:Port Talbot SA12 7RX, UK


Tel:01639 895730

Contact:Ian Isaacs

Description & History

The Trust was established as a Company Limited by Guarantee in October 1998 Charity in October 2001 and following a reduction in its anti Poverty and Vocational skills programme delivery in 2016 it now employs 8 staff and has many Volunteers in its 9 premises providing facilities for community enterprise and regeneration activities. The Trust has a membership covering the Aberavon Constituency which covers Sandfields, Aberavon, Port Talbot and the Afan Valley. It operates in the County of Neath Port Talbot and offers facilities to groups and organisations in the Western Bay area of Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Bridgend. It provides community facilities in its centres in Sandfields, Aberavon and in the village of Bettws in the Bridgend County.

Through its PC Care project the Trust provides in-house and community IT support and the opportunity to buy new IT computer related equipment at affordable prices, for home and business users.

Location and Area of Benefit

Aberavon, Sandfields East and Sandfields West, Port Talbot and the Upper Afan Valley.

Main Services, Enterprises and Activities

A member led community based Regeneration Organisation that is a company Limited by Guarantee and a Charity Company governed by a Board of Director Trustees drawn from the community. We are engaged in Community Development and Regeneration through working in Partnership with residents, community groups and with those organisations delivering community related services to residents in the area.

The promotion for the public benefit of urban or rural regeneration in areas of social and economic deprivation and in particular the electoral divisions currently known as Sandfields East, West and Aberavon.

  • The advancement of education, training or retraining, particularly amongst unemployed people and providing unemployed people with work experience
  • To relieve sickness and to preserve and protect good health
  • The relief of poverty
  • To provide recreational facilities for the public at large or those who by reason of their youth, age, infirmity or disablement, poverty or social and economic circumstances have need of such facilities
  • The maintenance, improvement or provision of public amenities
  • The promotion of public safety and the prevention of crime
  • Such other means as may from time to time be determined subject to the prior written consent of the charity commissioner for England and Wales