News & Events


Tenovus Tackle cancer at Trade Centre Wales image

Publish Date: 13th August 2016

Tenovus, Wales' leading cancer charity visited Trade Centre Wales to conduct a range of health checks as part of Male Cancer Awareness Month. Every year around 9,000 men are diagnosed with cancer, that?s over 22 men every day in Wales alone, resulting in 5,000 deaths. Many of these deaths could have been prevented through early detection. Tenovus? Tackle It! campaign aims to raise awareness of male cancer and encourage more men to seek help with their health concerns.


Super Dragons Auction A Roaring Success image

Publish Date: 13th August 2016

!!BORN FREE FOUNDATION!!! The Born Free Foundation is a dynamic international wildlife charity, devoted to compassionate conservation and animal welfare working throughout the world to stop individual wild animal suffering and protect threatened species in the wild.


Richie Powell Goes Further with The Trade Centre Wales thanks to Mark Bailey image

Publish Date: 13th August 2016

The Trade Centre Wales was a big help to me in qualifying for the World Championships 2007, they took away all my transport worries. Their used car range are second to none.


Neath Port Talbot Pupils Enter the ‘Dragon’s Den’ image

Publish Date: 13th August 2016

The pupils and their teachers are pitting their entrepreneurial skills and business plans to four Ddraigiau (Dragons) on Tuesday, November 10. The four local businessmen, Geraint Hawkes from Neath Rugby Club, Mark Bailey at Trade Centre Wales, Kuldeep Singh from a Cimla supermarket chain, Cimla and Antony Smith from Tornado films have agreed to act as the ‘Dragons’ for the Ogof y Ddraig event at the Orangery, Margam Park


Loughor Rugby Club image

Publish Date: 13th August 2016

Loughor Rugby Club is proud to have been associated with The Trade Centre Wales for a number of years. This association has been of great benefit to the players of the Loughor First XV in that they have been supplied with several new playing strips by The Trade Centre Wales. New jerseys to be worn during home matches have been presented, whilst alternate kits, worn at fixtures away from Loughor, have been received. The vision of the Company has seen both the youth and junior levels at Loughor Rugby Club benefit from the generosity of The Trade Centre Wales.