Construction Excellence Acknowledge Cyfle’s Queen Award

With construction in Wales facing a skills shortage and an urgent need to address how to recruit and retain talent you would be well advised to learn from the work of the award winning Cyfle Building Skills. The regional shared apprenticeship scheme, based in Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, has been awarded with the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise:[…]


Cyfle Building Skills Scoops the Queens Award for Enterprise – Innovation

The Queen’s Award is the most prestigious in the UK – is given to Companies or Individuals who are outstanding in their field and are split across four categories – innovation, international trade and sustainable development promoting opportunity. Cyfle Building Skills, has scooped the innovation award for its ground-breaking  Scheme in which Apprentices are taught[…]


Next Steps 2016

The winners of the Next Steps 2016 are: Rhys Williams and Iwan Evans who won Carpentry Apprenticeships with Lloyd and Gravell Ltd Jamie Tanner and Declan Pugh who won Carpentry/Plastering Apprenticeships with TRJ Ltd For this years Next Steps there were two community projects: Llys Y Bryn, Care Home, Llanelli –  The Next Steps candidates[…]

Super Fun Saturday 2016

Solid Fuel Services Ltd, TRJ Ltd and CCTAL held their annual charity day at Ammanford Cricket Club on Saturday 27th August 2016. We raised money for Defibrillators in the Ammanford Area and for the Maternity Ward in Uganda. We managed to raise £5,000.00 which will be split between both charities. It was another great chairy day, we enjoyed Ammanford[…]


The BBPEC awarded Cyfle Building Skills £8,500 to support the ongoing installation of a new maternity unit in Uganda. This funding will help support phase two of the installation, which includes the new plumbing systems. Cyfle Building Skills support apprentice training in South Wales – BPEC were particularly impressed with this project as some current apprentices[…]

Super Fun Saturday 2015

On Saturday 23rd May 2015, Solid Fuel Services organised its first Super Fun Saturday charity day at Ammanford Cricket Ground, in order to raise money for the EFOD maternity project in Uganda and Ryan 4 Leukaemia charity. In total, £2,886.26 was raised and this money has been divided between the two charities, enabling them to continue their good work.[…]