Caernarfon Castle welcomes nearly 40,000 visitors during its first fortnight hosting Poppies: Weeping Window
During its first fortnight at Caernarfon Castle, nearly 40,000 visitors to Poppies: Weeping Window have been warmly welcomed by dedicated Cadw staff and Wales for Peace volunteers.
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A Strategy for Lymphoedema in Wales
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The Strategy for Lymphoedema in Wales will help address the current wide variation in the organisation and delivery of lymphoedema services across Wales.
Lymphoedema is a chronic and incurable condition and requires lifelong management. The Strategy therefore sets out a series of Key Actions, which cover planning of services and the various stages of the care pathway from assessment through to treatment.