News & Events


The Trade Centre Wales proud to sponsor Abergavenny Town Ladies image

Publish Date: 15th August 2016

Premier League Football Comes To Abergavenny Next Season. Abergavenny Town Football Club will have it’s very own senior women’s team next season with the formation of Abergavenny Women Football Club and will be welcoming the likes of Cardiff City, Swansea City and current Champions Cardiff Metropolitan University to Pen y Pound stadium competing in The Welsh Premier Women’s League.


Town triumph in trophy final image

Publish Date: 15th August 2016

Congratulations to our sponsored team Abergavenny on their recent success of winning The FAW Trophy! The FAW Trophy is back in the town of Abergavenny after a twenty five year gap since it was lifted by the Thursdays, but although Town were always in control it turned out to be a very tense affair at the FAW’s Dragon Park complex.


Major Recruitment Drive at The Trade Centre Wales image

Publish Date: 15th August 2016

The Trade Centre Wales training academy have launched our largest ever recruitment drive with almost 70 new positions needing to be filled in readiness for the opening of our new Cardiff North store and additional staffing to cope with the huge demand at our existing sites in Neath and Merthyr.


We’ve raised more than £100,000 for the NSPCC Cymru/Wales image

Publish Date: 13th August 2016

Here at The Trade Centre Wales we’ve raised more than £100,000 for NSPCC Cymru/Wales. Singer and television personality Peter Andre was presented with the cheque on behalf of the children’s charity last month. Between our two sites in Neath and Merthyr Tydfil, we managed to raise a total of £105,280 by donating £50 for every car sold in October over the last two years.


Abergavenny Town FC win spectacularly FAW Trophy Semi-Final Game image

Publish Date: 13th August 2016

After a six year gap, Monmouthshire has a representative in the final of the FAW Trophy, and the Town got there in spectacular style. Facing higher rated opponents from Wrexham, Town shrugged off their under-dog mantle and produced a stunning result. Craig Norman set them on their way, carrying the ball from mid-field before sliding it past the Queens Park ‘keeper on 12 minutes.