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Trade Centre Wales are proud to sponsor Emily Morgan image

Publish Date: 13th August 2016

he Trade Centre Wales are proud to sponsor Emily Morgan who is representing Miss Blaenau Gwent in this years Miss Wales 2011 at St Davids Hall Cardiff 29th July. 19 Year old Emily is a student from Tredegar who is currently studying art and design at Merthyr College with the ambition to become an art Teacher and one day have her own dress making business, She has already designed and made her first dress and has had the opportunity to model for designer Julian McDonald.


Congratulations to Alec Stock on completing the Shelter Cymru Cardiff to Paris ride image

Publish Date: 13th August 2016

We would like to congratulate all the riders who took part in the charity bike ride for Shelter Cymru. After reading a letter from the organiser Richard (below) we were really proud to have been given the opportunity to sponsor Alec Stock on his journey through Paris given the tough conditions that Alec and all the riders faced! Shelter Cymru is Wales’ people and homes charity. Their vision is that everyone in Wales should have a decent home. They believe a home is a fundamental right and essential to the health and well-being of people and communities.


Team Trade Centre Wales Raise £2000.00 for Cancer Research UK image

Publish Date: 13th August 2016

Zoe Thomas' sister Debbie was diagnosed with breast cancer just before Christmas last year. Zoe's Sister has since undergone a mastectomy and chemotherapy and has come through it with courage and humour.


Government Announces £11 Million Hydrogen Fuel Plans, De Ja Vu? image

Publish Date: 13th August 2016

Hydrogen is the next big thing! The government has recently announced an £11 million investment into hydrogen fuel plans, apparently this investment is part of a bigger picture for the UK to become the leader in ultra-low emission vehicles across the globe… We’re personally a little sceptical about this, and rightly so to, whilst electric and hydrogen new and used cars are definitely cleaner and offer several advantages. A little history tells us that before long, Electric cars will be classed as ‘killers in disguise’ within the next 5 years; just like Petrol, and just like Diesel… What is to then stop Hydrogen become the killer?