New jobs with PPF
Here is some information about coronavirus
Lots of PPF events have been cancelled because of the Coronavirus. PPF staff will not be in the office for the next couple of weeks, but you can still phone and email us for help and support. Here is some information on what is happening.
If you would like to help people with disabilities to find work, get in touch.
Come and meet the local candidates and ask them questions about the election.
on 27th November in The Picton Centre in Haverfordwest
On Sunday 13th September there will be having a sponsored run and walk at oakwood.
We are also having a raffle with great prizes. all to raise money for PPf.
On Friday 20th September 2019
the learning disabilities, dream team won the ‘Empowering people to co-produce their care’ award
If you are interested in finding out more about how computers work, come to PPF computer Club.
Find out more about our ASC Us training
If you want help with Easy Read
contact planet easy read
The LD Strategy Showcase Is on
this Friday 22nd March 2019
Come and join us at Johnston Institute on Thursday 21st February 2019 for Manifesto Day. You can help decide what PPf does for the next two years. You also get a free lunch!
If you shop on Amazon, follow this link https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ch/1091201-0 and 0.5% of the money you spend goes to PPF. This won’t cost you anything extra.
Please use this link https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ch/109120-0 and then click, Start Shopping.
2018 Christmas Drinks
Come and join us to toast the Christmas period at Haverfordwest Football Club on Wednesday 12th December
Police consultation day
Here are some photos from the police consultation day on 8th November 2018.
2018 AGM news
On Thursday 18th October PPF had our 2018 AGM.
It was a good day, with Trustees, Management Committee members
and an All Wales People First rep getting elected.
From left to right; Stuart Merritt (management committee), Jeremy De Wilton (vice chair), Lucy Hinksman (secretary), Ben Hinksman (treasurer), Sophie Hinksman (external affairs) and James Tyler (chair).
The new Learning Disability Champions are, back row from left to right; James Sallis, James Dash, Rhys Eynon and in the front, Rachel Bailey