Open Letter outlining current position

Written by on 2nd July 2018. Posted in News

We at TREAT considered that, given the difficult political times on a number of fronts, our partners and supporters would welcome an update on our efforts at TREAT. This open letter is a summary of our present situation.

Treat Trust – Open Letter 2018 for sending

Annual General Meeting – 24th May 2018

Written by on 18th May 2018. Posted in News

Annual General Meeting for TREAT Trust Wales will be held on Thursday 24th May 2018 at 6.00 PM at 76 New Road, Gellinudd, Pontardawe SA8 3DY.  Member of the public are welcome.

 

TREAT Wales Roadshow 2016

Written by on 2nd March 2016. Posted in News

We would like to say a huge Thank You to everyone who attended the TREAT Wales Roadshow 2016 at The Village Hotel in Swansea. For those of you that didn't make it, we are delighted to be able to provide you with some exclusive video clips of the event via our You Tube Channel. To view use the links below or visit our channel.

> Question & Answer session

> Sandra Williams from Headley Court

> Brian Carling from Aspire Centre

> Rosalind Martin

Michael Sheen’s Message for TREAT

Written by on 24th November 2015. Posted in News

TREAT Patron, Michael Sheen, has sent us this lovely message ready for our 'Have Your Say' Roadshow this Friday, 27th November.

 

Why Support TREAT?

Written by on 24th November 2015. Posted in News

One of our patrons, comedian Bennett Arron, has sent us this little video about why he supports TREAT Trust Wales.

Message from Paul Potts, TREAT President

Written by on 24th November 2015. Posted in News

Ahead of our 'Have Your Say' Roadshow this Friday, 27th November. Our President and supporter, Paul Potts, has sent us this message.

Jonathan Davies Sends Message of Support for TREAT Roadshow

Written by on 17th November 2015. Posted in News

Jonathan Davies, our newest patron, has sent us this message of support for our 'Have Your Say' roadshow on 27th November 2015.

For more information on our TREAT Roadshow 2015 click here. Don't forget to RSVP to treatroadshow@gmail.com.

TREAT Wales Roadshow 2015

Written by on 29th October 2015. Posted in News

You are cordially invited to attend TREAT Wales' free, “Have Your Say” event hosted by Kev. Johns MBE, to be held on Friday, 27th November 2015 at 1pm at the Village Hotel, Swansea.

 

TREAT Wales is committed to building a state-of-the-art, world-class rehabilitation and recovery facility on land at Morriston Hospital in Swansea. A charitable, not for profit organisation, TREAT Wales will provide services for individuals who require both physical and mental rehabilitation from a range of debilitating injuries and illnesses which will support community integration, social inclusion and economic activity.

You are cordially invited to attend this free, “Have Your Say” event hosted by Kev. Johns MBE

To be held on Friday, 27th November 2015 at 1pm at the Village Hotel, Swansea.

Speakers will include: –

Paul Thorburn, Chairman, TREAT Wales

Melanie Davies, Founder of TREAT Wales

Brian Carlin, Chief Executive,

Aspire National Training Centre, Stanmore, Middlesex

Lt. Col. Gareth Thomas, Director of Rehabilitation,

Headley Court Armed Services Rehabilitation Facility

Rosalind Martin, Research & Organisational Development Manager,

 Training Services Wales

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Discussion workshops will follow: –

Don’t miss this opportunity to have your say

Tell us about your experiences of rehabilitation and recovery

Tell us what services would improve your experiences

Tell us what you want TREAT to provide in the TREAT building

***The Roadshow will conclude with a complimentary buffet ***

RSVP to Mrs Melanie Davies on treatroadshow@gmail.com

Jonathan Davies joins TREAT

Written by on 29th October 2015. Posted in News

TREAT Wales is delighted to announce that Jonathan Davies MBE has joined the charity as a Patron.

Jonathan Davies

With an in-depth knowledge of both games, the dual-code rugby international is currently prominent as a commentator and reviewer of both union and league for the BBC in both English and Welsh.

In addition, he hosts his own rugby-themed show Jonathan on S4C.

In his charity work he is the President of Velindre Cancer Care and a supporter of Wooden Spoonsupporting disadvantaged and disabled children

Chairman Paul Thorburn says, “We are naturally delighted to have such a well-respected and high-profile individual joining us as a Patron.

The charity is making positive strides towards its ambition of developing a rehabilitation and recovery facility in Swansea to support people with long-term disabilities, illnesses and injuries and to have Jonathan supporting us is a great boost.”

Paul Thorburn becomes Chairman of TREAT

Written by on 8th October 2015. Posted in News

Paul Thorburn, former Welsh Rugby Union player, took over from Mike Davies as Chairman of TREAT Trust Wales in 2014.

TREAT are delighted to welcome Paul on board as chairman, and Paul has this to say about his appointment:

“When I was asked by the Trustees to take on the role of Chairman for Treat Trust, I was absolutely delighted and indeed honoured. I have had an association with the Trust for a number of years, through my longstanding friendship with Mike and Mel Davies and although my involvement has to this point been more ambassadorial, I am now looking forward to working with the Board to drive the project forward.

Ultimately TREAT Trust Wales is aiming to provide a state of the art rehabilitation centre for the benefit of the local and Welsh community, to assist those with disability, whether permanent or temporary following accident or illness, in improving their quality of life, general fitness and sense of well-being and self-esteem.

The timing of my new appointment is very relevant, with the International Paralympic Championship European athletics games coming to Swansea in

August of this year and as Chairman of the Local Organising Committee, I am hoping that we can further educate and engage the general population to recognise the challenges people with physical disability face and, more importantly how we can help them”

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