Merthyr Tydfil


Our home in Merthyr was formerly a hotel with a lavish ballroom. Set in 7 acres of land on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, it is in an idyllic spot adjacent to the main road that connects the major towns and cities of South Wales. We bought the three storey property in 2006 and after renovations and a new wing added, Jah-Jireh Merthyr was officially opened in June 2007 with 51 ensuite bedrooms with the local congregation of Merthyr renovating the ballroom to have a Kingdom Hall on site. Local brothers and sisters worked as volunteers donating much of the materials for creating a courtyard style garden for our brothers and sisters to enjoy and is a lovely feature of this home.


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Registered Manager: Carly Davies
Type of Service: Residential Care
CSSIW Maximum Capacity: 51

Location Details:
Heads of the Valleys Road, Merthyr Tydfil, CF44 0LX
T: 01685 384444

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Meet the Management Team

Carly Davies our Care Manager has been working with us at Merthyr since before the official opening in 2007. Carly is from the local Merthyr congregation and has worked her way through various levels of care, making her an excellent choice for managing the care needs of the home. Our Business Manager, Mark Ambler is originally from the Mill Hill area of London and has been working with us since 2008, originally looking after building maintenance. He is an asset to the team, managing the local finances and the general running of the building. We have two Senior Supervisors, Margaret Mubanga and Julie Davies who have both been working at Merthyr since 2008. All of our Management Team have completed extensive training and are trained to NVQ Level V in Management & Leadership.


Margaret, Mark and Carly

Margaret, Mark and Carly


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Recent Events

Lymphedema is a persistent swelling in the body, generally affecting the arms and legs and can be eased by the use of stockings, creams and gentle exercises.

The Cwm Taf health board have recently received funding to work along with staff in residential and nursing care to improve care for this condition. We were the first home in the area to be given this opportunity.

Lymphedema nurses came and visited the home at Merthyr and spent time chatting with our residents. They provided free e-learning tools for our supervisors/care staff and gave us a contact name for ongoing assistance.