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The Tyddyn Bach Trust is located in Penmaenmawr, and offers respite care to anyone living with HIV/AIDS, their partners, families and carers, irrespective of their race, gender, sexuality, culture or religious beliefs.
Tyddyn Bach Trust
offers a number of services providing practical and emotional support to those
living with HIV/AIDS in Wales and England along with their partners, family or
The services offered are based mainly at Tyddyn Bach with a outreach program serving a wider North Wales Community.
There respite care has a relaxed home-from-home atmosphere, Tyddyn Bach has been enjoyed over many years by hundreds of guests, in recognition of which they have received such recent accolades as the "Tree of Life Award" (2000) for Best Respite Centre, and "Team of the Year" (2002).
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Tyddyn Bach Trust is the only centre of its kind in Wales and England, however they receive no statutory funding from the Government, and thus rely on voluntary donations and the income generated from guests to continue operating.
If you feel you would like to make a donation to support the ongoing respite care, please visit - Donate Here
we greatly appreciate your time and generosity.
The Oasis, Dwygyfylchi, is home-base for IGO, a Christian inter-denominational Charity which has several hundred ministers and Christian Workers currently working in 32 nations of the world. It also has a number of linked Churches and Christian Organisations. There are 19 members working in various parts of Wales. Many of the members overseas run children's homes, orphanages & schools, care for the sick and needy and especially minister to the street people in the poorest areas in overseas nations. Many also work in prisons both in the UK and overseas. IGO is a member of the Evangelical Alliance in Wales & the UK.
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