In your Local Authority

A team of Disability Sport Wales Development Officers work across the country helping disabled people access physical activity (including sport).

Your Development Officer is there to:

You will find contact details for your Development Officer below:

Jordan Thomas
Jordan Thomas
Anglesey
email Email Jordan
Chris Garrett
Chris Garrett
Blaenau Gwent
email Email Chris
Lily Gallagher
Lily Gallagher
Bridgend
email Email Lily
Paul Taylor
Paul Taylor
Caerphilly
email Email Paul
Jo Coates-McGrath
Jo Coates-McGrath
Cardiff
email Email Jo
Lisa Pudner
Lisa Pudner
Carmarthenshire
email Email Lisa
Alwyn Davies
Alwyn Davies
Ceredigion
email Email Alwyn
Mark Richards
Mark Richards
Conwy
email Email Mark
Brett Jones
Brett Jones
Denbighshire
email Email Brett
Sian Williams
Sian Williams
Flintshire
email Email Sian
Marcus Politis
Marcus Politis
Gwynedd
email Email Marcus
Dan Bufton
Dan Bufton
Merthyr Tydfil
email Email Dan
Mark Foster
Mark Foster
Monmouthshire
email Email Mark
Michelle Lewis
Michelle Lewis
Neath Port Talbot
Steve McGrath
Steve McGrath
Newport
email Email Steve
Angela Miles
Angela Miles
Pembrokeshire
email Email Angela
Bev Tucker
Bev Tucker
Powys
email Email Bev
Simon Hollifield
Simon Hollifield
Rhondda Cynon Taf
email Email Simon
Ben Davies-Thompson
Ben Davies-Thompson
Swansea
email Email Ben
Holly Hinchey
Holly Hinchey
Torfaen
email Email Holly
Karen Davies
Karen Davies
Vale of Glamorgan
email Email Karen
Louise Brady
Louise Brady
Wrexham
email Email Louise

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