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

REPAIRS FOR THE COMMUNITY

TREHERBERT + DISTRICT PENSIONERS + WIDOWS ASSOCIATION £4,130 – MICRO FUND – FEB 2017 This was a well-presented and thought-through application by an energetic and inclusive community group. The funded work was to enhance the building, and make a real difference to its many users. The group’s work targets those most at risk of loneliness…

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ABERGORKI COMMUNITY HALL

NEW TRAINING EQUIPMENT £5,000 – MICRO FUND – FEB 2017   The application demonstrated a very well-used community facility – the committee there is continually striving to improve what’s offered and attract more users. The Team has achieved a huge amount on limited resources. The grant offered was to support the purchase of a range…

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Mens Shed

Mens Shed were granted £2,000.29 for a Community Garden Tool Loan Project. This will help the group build relationships with other community groups and members of the public. Mens Shed provides benefits to health and wellbeing as well as social inclusion.

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Butterfly Conservation

Butterfly Conservation received a grant of £2,000, for their Wind Farm Frits project – the grant will be used to purchase essential equipment to help manage key sites for endangered butterflies and other species.

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Rhondda Netball

Rhondda Netball received a grant of £4952.60 for their Treorchy Provision Expansion – a pilot project in 3 local primary schools and leader training. Tracey Martin at Rhondda Netball says “a huge thank you for the part you have played, in particular towards our Treorchy operations. This will really help us make sport / netball…

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Pontrhydyfen Rugby Football Club

Pontrhydyfen Rugby Football Club received a grant of £27,792 as a contribution towards their ‘Lighting a Lasting Legacy’ project. The project is to develop a floodlit training area / mini and junior pitch on the Rhyslyn. This project also supported by the WRU will provide an enhanced community asset, allow more frequent activities and improve…

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