On Wednesday, 29 March, Caffi Pen Dinas, at The National Library of Wales will host a tea party at 3:00 pm to raise money for 'Welsh Hearts: The Heart Charity for Wales'.
"A warm welcome awaits all for tea or coffee and cake and a chance to socialize and contribute to this important charity" said Elaine Turnpenney, Caffi Pen Dinas Manager.
A keen supporter of the charity is the local man, Glan Davies and he said:
"I am delighted that The National Library of Wales has chosen to support this worthy cause. The contribution made as a result of the tea party at Caffi Pen Dinas will contribute to our goal of raising funds in Wales - to spend in Wales, for the benefit of the local community. Since its inception, the charity has installed over 450 defibrillators across Wales, with 80 located in Ceredigion and there is space in the county to install more. We have also educated and trained over 15,000 people all over Wales, how to use the equipment and how to save the life of a person who has had a cardiac arrest."
The charity is keen to continue the work of educating communities and the profits made from this event will contribute to this worthy cause.
For further information
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01970 632 471
The charity’s hearts screening scheme has seen almost 700 people aged between 12 - 37 in the last two years, with 10% of those referred to a doctor for further investigation.
Welsh Hearts intends to provide essential information to enable people to save lives, including how to use a defibrillator safely. Information that may one day, save a life.
For further information, please contact Hearts Wales
The National Library of Wales
Monday - Friday 9:30 to 18:00
Saturday 9:30 to 17:00
A raffle organised by NLW Staff Association will be held on the day with the following prizes:
Lino cut print 'Ffydd Gobaith Caraid' donated by Mari Elin Jones
Cakes donated by Caffi Pen Dinas
A collection of greeting cards donated by Elin Vaughan Crowley