The Oldway Centre
36 Orchard Street
The Western Bay Health and Social Care Programme's vision is to provide high quality services that protect children and adults from harm, promote independence and deliver positive outcomes for people in Bridgend, Neath Port Talbot and Swansea in South Wales.
To achieve this, the ABMU Health Board and the Local Authorities of Bridgend County Borough Council, Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council and the City & County of Swansea are working together through the Western Bay Health and Social Care Collaborative, with third and independent sector partners. The primary purpose of the Collaborative is to provide a strategic mechanism for co-ordinating a programme of change in a suite of projects and work streams that partners have identified as a common priority. Prevention and well being is an important work stream for Western Bay.
This access guide covers venues across the Western Bay area from restaurants to libraries and museums to retailers. Initiatives such as DisabledGo play a crucial role in improving access not only to council services but also to the wide range of shopping, business, community and leisure opportunities available across the region.
The information provided within the guide will enable disabled people who live in and visit the Western Bay region to make informed choices about facilities in Bridgend, Neath Port Talbot and Swansea and go out and about in the area with confidence.
For more information about the Western Bay Programme visit www.westernbay.org.uk (opens in new tab), or call the Western Bay Programme Office on 01792 633805.