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A new collection point has opened in Llandaff North Library, Gabalfa Avenue. Supported by Councillor Anne Rowland James, the savings and loans facility is now available on a local level at the heart of the community. This accompanies the School Savings Club, which was opened in 2009 for the pupils at Gabalfa Primary School.
A massive 40 children joined the Gabalfa Primary School Savings club and it is hoped that parents and members of the community will follow their example and begin saving too.
Cassie Bodington, Cardiff Credit Union's Community Development Officer commented "We are so pleased that another Credit Union outlet is now available in Gabalfa. So far, we have achieved great success with our local efforts in Ely and Trowbridge, so it makes sense to take our services to another local area where flexible savings and low cost loans facilities are much needed."
The Collection Point, run by local volunteers, is open on Mondays, between 11.00am and 12.30pm. If you would like to help run the collection point and add to your CV at the same time, please contact us on 029 2087 2373.
Posted: Tuesday, 16 February 2010