IT IS the end of an era at not-for-profit company based in Denbigh as its manager prepares to step down after 29 years’ service.

Nathan Jones has represented Cynnig, which provides support and activities for adults with complex needs, since 1994.

He started with Cynnig in the Henllan Training Centre, and before becoming manager, he was supporting adults with a learning disability within the centre and also assisting them to find work within the community.

Cynnig has successfully been supporting adults with complex needs through the provision of quality support workers and an activity service (Activities for You) that aims to upskill people and connect them to additional opportunities.

Nathan has overseen its development as one of the most respected provider of services, and now feels it's time to hand over to someone new in order to enjoy a well-earned break.

Cynnig is recruiting Nathan's successor from within, with Steph Jones stepping up from the assistant manager's post after more than four years in the role.

Steph has had a great deal of experience within the care sector prior to Cynnig, with Cynnig this week beginning the process of recruiting her successor as assistant manager.

If you would like to speak to Steph or one of the Cynnig team about its services, or about the vacancy, the team can be contacted by calling 01745 815588.