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Collection Points – Booklet and Sticker

Police Stations

You can pick up ‘Your home your right to say no to to nuisance callers / uninvited traders’ booklet and sticker from one of our eight police stations that have a front counter service. The stations are: Barry, Bridgend, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff Central, Merthyr Tydfil, Neath, Pontypridd and Swansea.

Click here to for the address and opening times of these police stations.

Alternatively ask your local Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) for a copy.


Local Authority Collection Points

You can also collect the booklet and sticker from your local authority council offices. In the Vale of Glamorgan you can pick up copies from the following specific local authority owned venues:

  • Vale of Glamorgan Council Civic Offices, Barry.
  • Vale of Glamorgan Council Dock Office, Barry
  • Barry Library
  • Penarth Library
  • Llantwit Major Library
  • Cowbridge Library


Community Partners

Pop into your local Trading Standards Office, or visit the offices of:

  • Citizen Advice Cardiff & Vale – 119 Broad Street, Barry CF62 7TZ
  • Salvation Army – Merthyr Tydfil
  • Age Connect – 38 Holton Road, Barry
  • Age Connect – Principality House, Rear of 31 Taff Street, Pontypridd, CF37 4TR
  • Age Connect – Good Neighbours Volunteer, Unit 1 Commercial Street, Llantwit Major, CF61 1UX
  • Diverse Cymru -307-315 Cowbridge Road East, Cardiff , CF5 1JD
  • Care & Repair – Cardiff & Vale, Tolven Court, Dowlais Road, Cardiff , CF24 5LQ

Your Local Housing Association will also have a stock of the booklet and sticker:

  • Cadwyn Housing
  • Linc Cymru
  • Trivallis
  • Merthyr Tydfil Housing Association
  • Merthyr Valley Homes

 

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