Supporting the provision of quality welfare for seafarers and their dependants
The South Wales Port Welfare Committee currently has 20 Members who represent a wide range of maritime agencies and societies involved with seafarers' welfare.
The Port Welfare Committee provides a forum where Members can meet regularly to share information and best practise. As well as providing mutual support and the opportunity to network with colleagues from across the maritime sector, PWC Meetings also provide an opportunity to brief members on national policies and issues that may be relevant to visiting or resident seafarers and their families.
The South Wales Port Welfare Committee meets three times per year. Meetings are rotated and hosted by Member organisations at venues across the South Wales area
Thursday, 28th January - General Meeting, Remote
Thursday, 27 May - General Meeting, Remote
Thursday, 23rd September - Annual General Meeting, Mission to Seafarers, Newport
Mr Edward Watts (The Mission to Seafarers, Newport)
Mr Alan Speight (Merchant Navy Association, Newport Branch)
to download the Cardiff Port Information Leaflet
to download the Newport Port Information Leaflet
to download the Port Talbot Port Information Leaflet
to download the Swansea Port Information Leaflet
For further information, please contact the Port Welfare Committee Manager, Sarah Edward via
Central & West Scotland
North & East Scotland
London & South East
Our mission is to help improve the effectiveness of all those charities caring for merchant seafarers, fishermen and their dependants.
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Tel: 023 8033 7799 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reg Charity No: 212799 (Scotland SCO39669) - A Company Limited by Guarantee No 453053