Cyrenians Cymru: Work continues despite fraud probe

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Image caption The Swansea charity runs 10 projects employing 75 staff

A charity at the centre of a £800,000 fraud probe has said there is no immediate threat to its programmes.

Cyrenians Cymru, in Swansea, which helps the homeless and vulnerable, has received more than £1.1m from the Big Lottery Fund over the last decade.

The charity said it was speaking to all the organisations it works with to devise a plan to keep the projects going.

As part of the investigation, two people have been released on bail.

On Wednesday, trustees of the charity said they had declared it insolvent.

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