Carpentry and joinery students at Neath College have been working hard to spread Christmas cheer in the community.

As well as buying gifts for the Mr X Appeal they also made a tepee and castle out of recycled pallet timber for school children at Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg, Pontybrenin.

Course co-ordinator Ben Jones-Fowler said he was proud of the hard work:

“They have been working hard and putting the skills they are learning to good use. The gifts will be welcome I am sure,” he added.


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