Case Studies

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Case Studies

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Read some of our most recent case studies about some of what we have supported so far

RHONDDA RADIO

Back in 2018, Rhondda Radio were offered a full FM Licence and we offered them a Vision Fund grant of £5,850 to support process, upgrades and transmitter costs. They came back to us for a Micro Fund grant and were awarded £4,000 for their Fach FM project to bring Rhondda Radio to the Fach. With…

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MICRO FUND CASE STUDY

AFC Aberaman AFC Aberaman were awarded a Micro Fund grant of £2,297.25 to support summer training and some kit and equipment. They had a difficult couple of years and had a clear plan to offer training out of season and new kit and equipment to keep players and volunteers engaged and start to develop their…

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ACT 1 Theatre Group

Awarded a Micro Fund of £2,500 to support Junior and Youth group’s summer and autumn productions. This was an excellent application from a group serving the Upper Rhondda – they had clear plan for 6 months’ worth of productions and activity and had significant match funding towards the project. The schedule included: A large scale…

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Outdoor Sports Facility – The Friends of Ynysfach Primary School in Resolven

Awarded £3,941.23 towards a project to create an Outdoor Sports Facility. The yard markings and play area provided an area where children could learn and take part in new activities and allow school teams to practice and develop skills of their netball, basketball and football teams. Previously they were travelling to a facility outside village…

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WINDY DRAWS, WORKER’S GALLERY

MICRO FUND GRANT – £635 Worker’s Gallery was awarded £635 towards a larger project that had match funding to run 3 outdoor workshops over 3 days on the top of the Rhigos mountain. The days aligned with the international Big Draw Festival in 2019. The workshops took over 30 school children and community members to…

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Micro Fund Grant of £5,000 to Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhondda Belle a’r Bwystfil

The Friends of Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhondda (the Welsh language secondary school serving the Rhondda Valleys) applied for help with cost of putting on Welsh language performance of Beauty and the Beast in the main theatre of the Parc and Dare having purchased the performing rights of Beauty and the Beast and spent 3 painstaking…

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