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 and also what communities locally and nationally have achieved.

RHONDDA CODE CLUB CO-ORDINATOR

PEOPLE AND WORK UNIT £4,994 – MICRO FUND – FEB 2017 People and Work are an independent charity who seek to make a difference through its two core functions: promoting the value of education and learning as a tool for tackling inequalities and promoting employment, through a programme of community-based action research projects and undertaking…

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SHOWER REFURBISHMENT

Cwmgwrach RFC £4,606 – MICRO FUND – FEB 2017 Cwmgwrach RFC were set up in 1912 and the Club has a growing membership and is active in League and Cup matches. The WRU had grant aided pitch drainage works – games were no longer having to be cancelled due to waterlogging. A new football team…

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FRIENDS OF CRAIG GWLADUS

£3,750 – MICRO FUND – FEB 2017 Craig Gwladus is a woodland and country park, planted ancient woodland site, providing a haven for wildlife, birds and flora and it’s well-used by local people and visitors. It is a significant public green space at the southern end of the Neath Valley and has the active Friends…

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EMPLOYMENT OF MAINTENANCE WORKER GLYNCORRWG PONDS

EMPLOYMENT OF MAINTENANCE WORKER GLYNCORRWG PONDS £5,000 – MICRO FUND – FEB 2017 As a result of the energy and commitment of local community members determined to make the most of their amazing landscape setting, Glyncorrwg Ponds and Mountain Bike Centre are world famous. The Centre is the base for a wide range of waymarked…

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PICNIC IN THE PARK

CWMGWRACH MOVING FORWARD £800 – MICRO FUND This group was established in May 2016, has 5 Committee members and 12 volunteers. Last year they raised over £1500 through fundraising and held a series of successful events. Other groups in the village take an active part in running the event and have their own stalls. They…

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EMPLOYMENT FOR ALL CWMPARC COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION

EMPLOYMENT FOR ALL  CWMPARC COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION £5,000 – MICRO FUND – FEB 2017   This grant enabled the Community Hall to employ a local local volunteer to work for 20 hours a week within their Community Café Facility to enable the Centre to extend opening hours and provide an increased home delivery service to the…

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