This cyber security awareness training will increase your knowledge and understanding of cyber security risks and how to mitigate them in your organisation. This training will provide you with simple and effective strategies to preventing cyber-crime, and increase your confidence to challenge when something doesn’t look right.  

6 February 2024 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm Online

21 February 2024 2.00pm – 4.30pm Online

To find out more and book a place click on the link below:-


In just four days time, families, friends, communities and workplaces across the country will be coming together to mark Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD), on 27 January. If you have planned your activity for HMD please let us know your plans by adding them to our activity map.

If you are still to plan your HMD activity, then there is still time as HMD activities can take place up until the end of February.

Marking HMD can be transformative for those involved. Learning about genocide, those who survived and those who were murdered increases empathy and inspires us all to take action against the racism, bigotry and hatred we find today. To see the impact of marking HMD you can watch a short film here from HMD activity organisers across the UK. You can also learn about the incredible impact of HMD on prisoners at HMP Magilligan.

The Holocaust Memorial Trust (HMDT) is here to help and support you with resources, ideas and guidance for your HMD activity:

  • Free to use resources including films, educational materials, social media assets and more can be found on our website.
  • See updated guidance for how to mark HMD in 2024.  
  • Our national moment, Light the Darkness, is at 8pm on 27 January and can be joined in person and digitally.
  • Register here to watch online the HMD 2024 UK Ceremony: Curated Moments.

To order booklets or badges use this link and for more information on how to support our work, please click here.

If you have any questions or if you would like more information, please email enquiries@hmd.org.uk.


If you're interested in volunteering and also finding out what training opportunities are available in Merthyr Tydfil then please come along to this event which is taking place in St Tydfil's Shopping Centre and Indoor Market between 10am - 2pm on Tuesday 30th January.

Over 20 third sector organisations will be attending on the day so come along to find out more !



There is a flag raising event for LGBT+ History Month on Thursday 1st February at 11.00am outside Merthyr Tydfil Civic Centre.

As the Council’s Equalities and Diversity Champion, it would be great if you or representatives from your organisation could attend.

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