CJCH Solicitors  

We have offices in Cardiff, Barry, Bridgend, Bristol and London.
Our decades of experience in the legal sector and wealth of knowledge has helped us grow to become the Solicitors’ Firm to offer the solution to your legal problem.
CJCH Solicitors are a modern and dynamic Practice. We have an experienced team of over 80 members of staff to deliver a solution to your legal problem.
We provide both high quality of service and bespoke legal advice to our valued clients.
Whether you are an individual seeking legal advice or a business looking for a commercial solution to your legal problem, we have the skills and legal experience to provide the advice and representation that you need.

Special Olympics Wales  

To provide year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for people with learning disabilities giving them the continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of skills, and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
You may have thought that Special Olympics was just a few days of games once or twice a year – In reality, the training for competition never stops and is as important as the competition itself. Special Olympics is a lifetime of learning through sport and involves individuals with a learning disability of all ages and ability levels – from low motor abilities to highly-skilled athletes.
The Special Olympics movement was founded in 1968 by Eunice Kennedy Shriver, the sister of President John F Kennedy, who believed that the Olympic ideals of sport could give confidence and new hope to people with learning disabilities as well as to those who cared for them. Special Olympics now reaches over 2.25 million athletes in 160 countries worldwide.
Mrs Eunice Kennedy Shriver is still actively involved in Special Olympics but more recently her son, Timothy P Shriver Ph.D has taken on the role of Chairman of the Board of Special Olympics based out of the organisation’s head office in Washington.
Special Olympics Great Britain (SOGB) was established in 1978 as part of Special Olympics Inc. SOGB is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee. Special Olympics Wales (S.O.W.) we have grown steadily to reach our present position where we have more than 20 groups in Wales offering more than twenty sports in our training and competition programme.
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