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A Cardiff school will kick off the new rugby season in style after a kit donation from Principality Building Society.

The kit, donated to Cantonian High School by the building society’s Canton branch, will allow older students at the school to get out on the pitch and play, as they previously didn’t have a suitable kit available to them.

Cantonian High School and Principality Building Society have forged links through the Cardiff Commitment programme, which has seen Cantonian High School receive funding for financial education. Students at Cantonian High School have the opportunity to study for a fully funded London Institute of Banking and Finance (LIBF) qualification in Financial Education and Financial Capability, which is the equivalent to a GCSE. Andrew Gay, Canton Branch Manager for Principality Building Society, said: “We’re proud to be supporting Cantonian High School in both their wellbeing and financial education activity. As a Society, we are committed to helping our community prosper and it’s incredibly rewarding to see the impact the kit donation has upon the school, providing more opportunities for the older students and giving them confidence on the pitch. We wish Cantonian the best of luck for this season.” Jordan McDonnell, WRU Hub Officer for Cantonian High School said: “On behalf of the

pupils and staff at Cantonian High School I would like to thank Principality’s Canton branch for the donation of our new rugby kit. For the past 12 months, there has been a real drive in sport participation within our school, particularly through rugby for boys and girls. Donations like these go a long way and we’d like to thank

Principality for its continued support.” In 2019 Principality Building Society was named as Responsible Business Awards – Volunteering Impact category winners for its long-term support to schools across Wales. For further information, please visit www. /ourcommunity

Loughor set for new jobs, community and homes boost

More than 390 jobs are to be supported in the Loughor area, bringing a significant boost to the local economy.

Barratt Homes’ brand new development, Chapel Fields, in the sought after area of Loughor, Swansea, will see 78 new homes created to meet rising demand for property in the region, including 14 affordable homes. Due to launch later this year, the development of three and four bedroom homes will offer a range of stylish properties in a desirable location, which boasts great commuter links to Swansea and Cardiff. Barratt Homes sales director Richard Lawson said: “As part of our ongoing commitment to create thriving communities, we strive to employ as many local sub-contractors, sales advisors and tradespeople as we can. “And it’s not only employment which will enjoy a boost. Those moving to our developments are likely to spend the money they earn at local services which will no doubt see a positive effect on the local economy.”


In addition to providing new homes and new jobs, the five-star housebuilder will be providing an education contribution of £100,000 as well as a local highways contribution of £92,100.

Richard continued: “This is a great opportunity to have a positive impact on the local economy. And as demand for properties is understandably very high in the area, we are looking forward to playing our part in providing the local community with what it needs.”

Chapel Fields offers a range of spacious homes in a peaceful setting, just 15 minutes outside Swansea city centre. The development is expected to attract buyers with different lifestyles – from first time buyers and families to those looking to retire. People now have the opportunity to take a closer look at details for the site too, with homes selling from SA Property estate agents in the Gorseinon. To find out more about homes at Chapel Fields, visit or call 0330 057 6000.

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