News & Events


The Trade Centre Wales support Mike O’Neil as he takes on The Charitable Trust Cycle Ride image

Publish Date: 6th July 2018

The Trade Centre Wales lends support to Cardiff man, Mike O’Neil as he takes on two cycle rides across Wales for charity.


Trade Centre Wales support local team in preparation for 125th anniversary  image

Publish Date: 22nd June 2018

South Wales’ largest used car showroom donates £1150 towards rugby kits for Cardiff-based, St Albans RFC in preparation for the clubs 125th anniversary. St Albans Rugby Football Club is a community club with eight teams across both senior and junior leagues, increasing to nine in the new season. The funding will be used towards 26 new kits for the senior team which will see the club revert to the traditional playing kit of black and amber stripes.


Trade Centre Wales sponsor English Middleweight boxing champion, Darryll Williams image

Publish Date: 11th June 2018

English Middleweight boxing champion, Darryll Williams receives training sponsorship through South Wales' leading used car retailer, The Trade Centre Wales. The London-born boxer, who has relocated to Swansea will be defending his championship title later this month. The Trade Centre Wales sponsored the undefeated champion by donating funding towards a comprehensive 12 month training plan with AJM Boxing.


Trade Centre Wales sponsors Lord Mayor’s Summer Ball  image

Publish Date: 30th May 2018

Trade Centre Wales will help celebrate the achievements of local heroes in Swansea by sponsoring this year’s Lord Mayor’s Summer Ball. Taking place at the Brangwyn Hall on May 10, the event, seen stars of sport, stage and screen come together to honour those who’ve made a difference to the city - while raising thousands of pounds for local charities.


Trade Centre Wales sponsors sports teams at a comprehensive school in Swansea image

Publish Date: 25th May 2018

South Wales’ largest used car showroom donates £1,100 towards football and netball kit for students at Penyrheol Comprehensive School. The money was used to purchase kits to be taken on tour to Florida, where the children competed against American teams in a series of tournaments. The kits will now continue to be worn for school games in the community.