Carmarthen Mayor Cllr Jeff Thomas visited on 24th July to open the charity’s new offices and draw the winning tickets in the Summer Raffle Draw.
Founded in 2001 and covering the whole of the UK, Cerebra has maintained its headquarters in Carmarthen. Cerebra moved to its new premises at the MacGregor Office Suite last month.
The event was a chance to celebrate the charity’s new headquarters as well as to hold their annual Summer Raffle Draw. The lucky prize winning tickets were drawn by Councillor Thomas.
Guests included local businesses, supporters of the charity and colleagues as well as some of the families that the charity support.
Chris Jones, CEO of Cerebra said: “We are excited to announce the opening of our new offices which marks an exciting new time for Cerebra. The new offices are also significantly cheaper to lease, saving the charity a substantial amount of money in rent and running costs”.
Cerebra is a charity that supports children with brain conditions and their families. Families where a child has a brain condition face challenges every day. Just to learn, play, make friends, enjoy and experience the world can feel difficult, even impossible. But Cerebra believes there is no challenge that can’t be overcome.