The Integrated Centre at Aberystwyth was officially on 1st of September 2005 by Jane Davidson, A.M. Minister for Education and Lifelong Learning. This was the first Integrated Centre in Wales to be built and opened by a voluntary organisation.
The Integrated Training and Childcare Centre in Aberystwyth houses:
- Mudiad Meithrin’s Main Office:
- Camau Bach Day Nursery
- Cylch Meithrin Aberystwyth
- Cylch Ti a Fi Aberystwyth
- Before and After School Club
- National Training Scheme and Cam wrth Gam Schools Scheme
- Resource Library
- Siop Dewin a Doti (Retail Company)
- Conference and Training Centre.
Mudiad Meithrin Main Office
The majority of the national staff are located in the Main Office. There are also four regional / area offices located throughout Wales in Cardiff, Llanelli, Llangefni and Wrexham.
A resource library full of early years resources is available.Leaders, Cam wrth Gam candidates and early years practitioners may arrange to use the library by contacting the Main Office.The Resources Library was funded by HSBC.
Conference and Training Centre
The Conference and Training Centre is situated within Mudiad Meithrin’s Integrated Centre on the outskirts of the seaside town of Aberystwyth in Ceredigion, mid Wales. The Centre is the ideal venue for conferences, training or meetings in an attractive, friendly and truly Welsh atmosphere.
Whether you require a meeting room for six, or a conference for up to 50 delegates, the Conference and Training Centre offers the perfect facilities to suit your needs.
This is the main conferencing suite. It is a versatile room. It can be arranged in a variety of styles to provide the perfect environment and ambience for your event:
Modern conference theatre for up to 50
- Air conditioning
- White board
- Internet access
- Flip chart
- Exhibition area
- Simultaneous translation equipment available for hire
- Accessible site
Refreshments can be arranged.
To hire a meeting room contact 01970 639639 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
This project was made possible with funding from the European Objective 1 Programme, the Welsh Assembly Government, Welsh Development Agency, Ceredigion County Council and HSBC Bank.