UPDATE: We have now reached £18,000 of donations- raising our target and then beating it! Extremely proud. Thank you everyone who has contributed. Please continue to do so. 


The High Sheriffs of the three counties of Glamorgan raise their voices in joining to thank the Welsh NHS.

Andrew Rhys Howell, High Sheriff of South Glamorgan along with Debbie Williams of West Glamorgan and Jason Edwards of Mid Glamorgan, invited Welsh stars of song, stage, screen and field to come together in support of the Welsh NHS. 

Their courage, strength and hard work is inspirational, and the High Sheriff’s hope that the money raised from this poem will show our appreciation. 

Join our voices of saying thank you, by donating on the link below. Monies raised will go directly to the incredible Welsh NHS Charity.

ABOUT Andrew

Andrew is a born and bred Cardiffian. Educated at Monkton House Cardiff and Llanishen High School Cardiff he read Accountancy at the University of Buckingham before returning to Cardiff in 1979 to start BCB International Ltd. 

Over the 40 plus years at the helm, he has built BCB International into a world market leading designer and manufacture of survival and rescue equipment; which has helped save many thousands of lives over the years.


Donations in

South Glamorgan

Twice a week, me and my team, are giving hand sanitiser donations to charities, hospices, nursing homes, food banks and more around south glamorgan. 



Howell House, 

Lamby Industrial Park

Wentloog Avenue





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