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The Official Opening of 63 Market Street

Since 2012, Môn CF has actively supported local people and businesses by offering a professional recruitment service and employment support package – specifically tailored to meet the needs of Anglesey people and enterprises. As a charity owned by the people of Anglesey it is dedicated to providing tailored assistance to individuals looking for work or who want help to develop their existing career. This is achieved by providing all customers with a Mentor who is always on hand to guide and support individuals to fulfil their potential. This often includes utilising their own in-house Training Team who are specialists in preparing individuals for the world of work.

Môn CF relies heavily on its close working relationships with local employers and partner agencies to achieve the best possible outcomes for both those seeking work and the wider business community. Its free recruitment support package for local employers enables them to match their vacancies with suitable candidates provided by Môn CF.

The official ribbon cutting ceremony was conducted by the mayor of Holyhead – Councillor Alan Williams – along with Kelsey Lowies, who has been successfully supported by Môn CF to achieve her goal of securing a paid job which can transform her family’s future.

On hand also to experience the celebratory event were Albert Owen MP and Rhun ap Iorwerth AM as well as local town and county councillors.

Funding to refurbish and extend Môn CF’s offices was provided by the Welsh Government’s Communities Facilities Programme and Regeneration Department along with a contribution from the Isle of Anglesey Charitable Trust.

In addition to its HQ in Holyhead, Môn CF provides its services from bases in Llangefni, Amlwch and Menai Bridge.


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