Ceredigion Association of Voluntary Organisations

About Us

CAVO Staff

Chief Executive

Hazel Lloyd-Lubran

Finance & Business Operations Manager

Christine Glasson

Engagement and Collaboration Manager

Chesca Ross

Skills & Support Manager

Teleri Davies

Community Transport Officer

Anne Edwards

Volunteering Officer

Trish Lewis

Engagement Officer   

Anna Rummey-Turner

Volunteering Co-Ordinator

Tracy Davies

Communications and Funding Officer

Kelly Palmer

Operations Co-ordinator

Ruth Evans

Office Cleaner

Gwen Davies


Hosted Projects

Investors in Carers Development Officer – Gareth Jones

Third Sector Integration Facilitators- Georgina Kersey and Samantha Nicholls


Shared Space

Alzheimer’s Society


CAVO Trustees

Chair – John Jones

Joint vice chairs – William John Morris & Anne Pratt

Olymbia Petrou

Jennifer Regan

Peter Johnson



CAVO Services and Price list

Room hire

Please note – booking fees are subject to a cancellation fee as per confirmation letter

Room Members Non-members
 Half day
9.30- 12.30
1.30 – 4.30
Full day
9.30 – 4.30
Half day
9.30- 12.30
1.30 – 4.30
Full day
9.30 – 4.30
 Training room max 18 people  £22.50  £40  £42.50   £75
 Meeting room max 6 people    £17.50  £30   £32.50  £55
Hot desking  For a quote on hot desking facilities please contact CAVO directly


Tea and coffee at £1 per person
Please note
•    The CAVO building is fully accessible
•    The price of room hire above includes free limited car parking and free Wi-Fi
•    Free projector and screen in the training room price

If you require a space for a meeting we have an hourly rate on a room only basis. The rate is £5 per hour for members; £10 per hour for non-members for a maximum of 2 hours

CAVO Training Room


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CAVO Meeting Room




CAVO Hot Desking Room


Ample Car Parking 



Equipment Loan
Please note – equipment loan is for members only and an appropriate charge will be made to cover repair or replacement in the event of damage


Equipment Returnable Deposit Hire charge
Overhead projector £50 £15
Overhead projector screen £25 £7
Display boards £20 £5


Secretarial services
Please note – 7 days’ notice must be given

Service Member rate Non-members rate
Paper supplied by CAVO
A4 single side b/w 5p per side 10p per side
double sided
4p per side 8p
per side
single sided
15p per side N/A
double sided
13p per side N/A
A3 b/w 10p per side 15p
per side
A3 colour 20p per side N/A
20c yr ochr
20p per side
A4 60p 75p
A3 £1.00 £1.50


To read recent feedback from those who have used our rooms please click here

To enquire about any of the services above please contact CAVO on 01570 423 232 or email







CAB Ceredigion Investing in Volunteers


Investing in Volunteers

CAB Ceredigion recognises that, throughout the organisation, volunteering is a two-way process which benefits volunteers and the organisation. We commit appropriate resources to working with volunteers and are open to involving volunteers who reflect the diversity of the local community.

The organisation develops appropriate roles for volunteers in line with its aims and objectives, and which are of value to the volunteers and create an environment where they can develop.

The organisation is committed to using fair, efficient and consistent recruitment procedures for all potential volunteers.

  1. The organisation takes a considered approach to taking up references and official checks which is consistent and equitable for all volunteers, bearing in mind the nature of the work.
  2. Clear procedures are put into action for introducing new volunteers to the organisation, its work, policies, practices and relevant personnel.
  3. Everybody in the organisation is aware of the need to give volunteers recognition.
  4. The organisation takes account of the varying support needs of volunteers.

Why did CAB Ceredigion get involved with Investing in Volunteers? We did it for the following reasons. To –

  • Improve the effectiveness of our work with volunteers in a structured way (and hence maintain or improve the service to users and / or supporters).
  • Compare volunteer practices against a recognised standard.
  • Increase support from people within the organisation for the volunteer programme.
  • Encourage more people to volunteer – people will feel more encouraged to volunteer for an organisation that strives towards managing volunteers well.
  • Sustain existing volunteers’ motivation and enhance their experience of volunteering.
  • Enhance the organisation’s reputation in the local community.
  • Reassure funders that the organisation is professional and that their money is being well spent.
  • Draw to attention to the need for more effective volunteer management.
  • Minimise any potential risks arising from the involvement of volunteers – to volunteers themselves, and / or to the organisation and its users / supporters.
  • Achieve the Investing in Volunteers Standard which allows an organisation to publicly demonstrate its commitment to volunteering.