Gower Assembly Member, Rebecca Evans AM, has welcomed Welsh Government funding for Clydach Cricket Club. The Club will receive £25,000 through the Landfill Disposals Tax Community Scheme which is funded from tax received from landfill in Wales.
Rebecca Evans AM said: “I am thrilled that Clydach Cricket Club will benefit from this Welsh Government funding. The Cricket Club will use the funding to modernise, enhance and expand the size of the community clubhouse, creating a safe, welcoming and social environment that is both energy and waste efficient.”
The scheme was established to support local community and environmental projects and will open for applications again later this year.
Gower Assembly Member, Rebecca Evans AM, is teaming up with the Your Medicines Your Health campaign to promote the safe and effective use, storage and disposal of medicines.
Rebecca Evans AM said: “Wasting medications, misusing them, storing them incorrectly and disposing of them inappropriately when they are no longer used, causes a number of problems for our NHS. It wastes precious money and resources, and means that people aren’t always getting the maximum benefit from the medicine they take.”
The campaign which is backed by the Welsh Government is now being rolled out across the Swansea Bay Health Board area.
Rebecca Evans AM added: “A good place to start is by having a look in your medicines cupboard to check whether you have any unwanted, unused, or out of date medicines. If you do, you can return them to your local pharmacy where they will be disposed of safely.”
For more information on the campaign contact Juliet.email@example.com or visit the campaign on twitter @WalesYMYH.