Bookkeeper/ Administrator


Home working


2.5 days per week fixed term contract until 31st March 2024


£23,925 pro rata

Reporting to

Director/ Operations Manager

Start date


Repair Cafe Wales is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company that opens and supports repair cafes across Wales. In their simplest form, repair cafés are pop up events where the local community can get their broken household items repaired for free by volunteers.  Repair cafés are started by residents, with our support, and run by the local community.

It is an exciting time to be joining Repair Cafe Wales as we continue to grow. We are seeking an experienced Bookkeeper/Administrator, ideally with experience of working in the third sector, to help support this growth.

To apply, please submit your CV, and brief cover letter to

Applications close: 21st April 5pm

Interviews: provisionally w/c 24th April

Starts Friday 21st April 2023, 2 - 3pm at Canolfan a Theatr Soar - Merthyr Tydfil

This course covers a different topic every week with lots of tips to help you manage your mental health and wellbeing.

You don't need to register for this course, just come along. Join in at any week!

21st April - Stress Management

28th April - Anxiety and Panic

5th May - Managing Difficult Thoughts

12th May - Breaking Free From Fear

19th May - Sleep

26th May - 5 Steps to Mental Health & Wellbeing

Email or call 01443 803048 if you have any questions

Shift Together Mental Health will be running a FREE workshop here at the Voluntary Action Centre on Wednesday 26th April - 11am - 2pm.

If you would like further information or have any questions you can contact Caroline via the details below or Faye - Mental Health Development Officer at VAMT.

Age Cymru and its key partners have launched their fourth annual survey to understand the views and current experiences of people aged 50 or over across Wales.

More than 3,800 people have responded to this annual research since the first survey was launched in 2020, and the information gathered has provided us with vital insight into what matters to older people, informed and influenced Welsh Government, and shaped policy and campaigning through the organisations involved.


From health to employment, finances to social care, we want to hear what matters to you.

How to complete our survey:

  • Visit to complete the survey online
  • Call 029 2043 1555 for a paper copy of the survey, in English or Welsh and return via our freepost address: Age Cymru, FREEPOST RTZG-JHGC-RYJJ, Ground Floor, Mariners House, Age Cymru, Trident Court, East Moors Road, CARDIFF CF24 5TD

The deadline for completed surveys is Friday 28 April 2023

If you’d like to help us campaign on any of the issues raised in this survey, please let us know.

We’re always looking to work directly with people aged 50 or over in Wales to raise issues with the media, politicians, and many other key stakeholders.


Contact Michael Phillips for an informal chat on 07794 366 224, 029 2043 1555 or email


Third Sector Support
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