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In 2013, Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council and a number of partners signed up to a Community Covenant which aims to support the armed forces community in the Neath Port Talbot area. The covenant is a pledge that together we acknowledge and understand that those who serve or who have served in the armed forces, and their families, should be treated with fairness and respect in the communities, economy and society they served with their lives.

For more information on the covenant please visit here or the Armed Forces Covenant webpages here and here.  The purpose of this survey is to help the Neath Port Talbot Armed Forces Covenant decide on how to deliver services to veterans in the future.

You are under no obligation to leave personal details when undertaking this survey. If you choose to do so in order to receive more information or updates about the armed forces covenant, we will treat your details completely confidentially.

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SORTED!
comprises of seven well established charities, which provide a wide range of employment related services and support for the Forces community (including spouses/partners and dependents) to find and stay in work. These services have now been integrated into seamless employability support and guidance.

SORTED! will focus on you if you are actively seeking employment and ensure that you get the right information, advice and guidance to make your employment journey easier and more effective. They do this by linking you directly with a member of the SORTED! team who can walk you through your options and direct you to services that are being provided either by the SORTED! team or through appropriate associates and providers.

SORTED! also has direct links with a large number of employers providing access to a wide range of vacancies. Equally if it is training you are looking for or simply any other employability advice, SORTED! can help. visit www.sorted.org.uk/ for more information

Change Step, a Peer Mentoring Service for Military Veterans have recently set up a number of drop-in sessions throughout Wales.   Change Step Office on 0300 777 2259. 

Bulldogs BCA -  A multi agency Drop in across South Wales, for all those who have served in the Armed Forces.  Contact - Tel 01639 820103 or 07812000336.  or Facebook - Bulldogs BCA.

Wales Remembers 1914-1918 First World War  This site provides news, events and signposting information for the commemoration of the centenary in Wales

Further information about the covenant is also available on the following websites: