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Walters-Sisk JV sponsor Mountain Ash RFC Under 12’s

The Walters-Sisk JV are delighted to be the main kit sponsors for the Mountain Ash Rugby Club Under 12’s. Today the team and their coaches paid a visit to the Mountain Ash Cross Valley Link site, in surprisingly clean kit, to learn more about the project and the works coming up over the next few months.

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Encouraging the Marsh Fritillary Butterfly at Mynydd Bwllfa Wind Farm

Working alongside Natural Resources Wales (NRW) and Rhonda Cynon Taff County Borough Council (RCTCBC), Pennant Walters are helping to deliver improvements to local biodiversity…

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Walters supports “Snowdogs” with Ty Hafan/The Amelia Farm Trust

Walters have recently supported the Amelia Trust Farm by funding their ‘pup sculpture’ entry into the Ty Hafan organised sculpture trail ‘Snowdogs – Tails in Wales’.

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Walters step up the work rate to keep pace with Newport and Torfaen housing boom…

Walters Group have recently been working on no less than five separate residential development projects in Newport and Torfaen. It’s another sign of the increasing demand for housing in the area, reflecting both continued regional regeneration and rapidly rising property costs in nearby Bristol. The projects (part of a wider South Wales wide boom in residential development) are all within easy reach of the M4 Corridor for the all-important commute.

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Walters Recruiting Locally in Preparation For A14

Walters were out in force at the Highways England plant operator’s construction careers event in Cambridge on the 27th and 28th of January. The event, organised by Highways England was intended to promote work opportunities in construction in the local area. It was a great success for Walters as we engaged with hundreds of people from the local area who were interested in working on the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme.

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Delivering ‘The Spirit of Llynfi’ for Natural Resources Wales

Walters have completed work to help create a new woodland on the site of the former Coegnant Colliery in the Upper Llynfi Valley. Walters were appointed to the project following a competitive tender process and delivered the works on behalf of Natural Resources Wales, funded by the Welsh Government Nature Fund. The new name for […]

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