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Hartshorn House - Health & Wellbeing Centre

Conveniently located in Maesteg town centre, Hartshorn House is a multi-agency base which has been developed to house health and wellbeing services for the Maesteg community and surrounding areas.

A partnership initiative between Bridgend Council, G4S and the Welsh Government; Hartshorn House has been completely renovated from what was once disused offices into a modern community hub of services which were previously only available by travelling between different locations.

Services operating within Hartshorn include help and support for substance misuse, domestic abuse, homelessness and counselling services. The centre also acts as a suitable venue for agencies to convene in its many consultation suites and office space; all of which are completely confidential.

There are hot desks for your company to use or we have a selection of rooms available from a one to one room, group room, larger meeting/training room or even a clinical room.

In order to book any rooms your organisation may require please contact via e-mail the Centre manager Julie Jones,

You are required to use your own phones whilst in the centre.

The kitchen is available to use with cups & saucers, thermos flasks, jugs, plates & cutlery but please note you are responsible for bringing and serving your own refreshments and cleaning up the rooms you have used at the end of your visit.

All organisations using the facilities must be aware this is a no smoking centre and no smoking is allowed in or around the building, especially by any doorways.

Health & Well Being Centre

Hartshorn House

1st Floor

Neath Road


CF34 9EE

Tel: 01656 738320/07515320999

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