News & Events



We are pleased to announce completion and registration of our new house Noddfa Gwdihw. The building of this house enables us to be able to offer a home to five young adults with learning disabilities. This will take our registration from 24 to 29 residents.

A generous legacy from Lord Kilmaine, who was a parent and trustee,  has allowed us to build this high spec house. Lady Kilmaine offically opened the house in December 2017.



Our Summer Fair for 2018 will be held on Saturday 23rd June. Doors open from 2pm.

There will be a variety of stalls , arts & crafts which are made and produced by our residents in our on site craft centre, homemade bread,  cakes, plants and flowers, nearly new clothes, tombola, coconut shy, bat the rat, name the cuddly toy, bric a brac. 

There will be the opportunity to enjoy a cream tea whilst sitting and enjoying our spectacular views across the West Wales countryside,

Raffle tickets will be on sale,  there will be a selection of prizes kindly donated by local businesses and parents of our residents.

We look forward to welcoming new and longstanding supporters of Glasallt Fawr. .

Our son Mathew has Down’s syndrome. He moved to Glasallt Fawr in September 2010 having previously spent 3 years at a Mencap residential college. Glasallt Fawr provides a safe, caring environment and Mathew has settled in well. Each day is structured to provide activities both on and off the site, encompassing a variety of workshops, social activities and outings. Living at Glasallt Fawr allows Mathew to continue to develop independence and the staff are open to tailoring his timetable to suit his particular interests and needs.

Mr & Mrs Burden