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Neath-based Absolute Scaffolding Wales (ASW) has pledged its commitment to Time to Change Wales, a social movement that aims to improve attitudes and change behaviour towards mental health in society in Wales.

At the event to mark the occasion, with guests including Wales and Ospreys rugby player Paul James and representatives from Hafal and Mind Cymru, the two mental health charities behind the campaign, ASW’s managing director, Carl Hendy, signed his pledge on behalf of the company.

Mr Hendy said: “I am proud to make our pledge to Time to Change Wales. At ASW, we regard good mental health just as important as good physical health, and so without prejudice or discrimination, we encourage openness and make it clear that help is available.”

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