As part of our commitment to help charity Welsh Hearts fund for much-needed defibrillators throughout Wales, we have placed the first one within the Brecon Beacons. Located at Nant Ddu Lodge, the defibrillator is available to members of the community which includes thousands of walking tourists a year. There are 8,000 sudden cardiac arrests outside […]
Sharing the good work of our partners and communities.
Welsh Hearts are our chosen charity for 2019. Their mission is to place defibrillators in areas of Wales that need them the most and to provide vital CPR training to as many people as possible across Wales. Their fantastic team recently visited our office to give the Brecon Carreg team full CPR and defibrillator training. Here’s […]
Choosing a charity of the year isn’t easy. With so many incredibly worthy causes across Wales, we decided to ask the team here at Brecon Carreg to nominate charities that meant a lot to them. It was then that Rob, our Engineering Team Leader, shared his story with us… You Can Help Too! The Welsh […]
Thanks to our lovely employee Rob Hopley bringing a charity close to his heart to the team here at Brecon Carreg, we had no hesitation in naming Welsh Hearts our charity of the year. Rob’s family from Rhydargaeau have been through more than most families can imagine. Rob, 48 is a married father of two […]
We are thrilled to share that we have won the Welsh Government Responsible SME of the Year Award at The Business in the Community Cymru Awards. About The Awards The Wales Responsible Business Awards, sponsored by Swansea University School of Management, which are the longest-running, most prestigious programme to recognise responsible business practices, identify and celebrate companies […]
We are absolutely thrilled to be able to share the news that we have been shortlisted as one of four companies to potentially win The Welsh Government Responsible SME of the Year Award at The Business in the Community Cymru Awards. About The Awards The Awards (#WalesRBAwards) identify and showcase employers from across Wales, regardless […]