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Find out the latest news about how Groundwork are changing places and lives in North Wales

  • Volunteers celebrate their community garden and achievements

    25 Jul 2017

    A celebration was held on Tuesday 25th July to showcase the achievements of a new programme that improves communal spaces and gives local people new skills. At the event volunteers from Groundwork North Wales’ Task Team programme celebrated their hard work at Pen-y-Lan Court in Connah’s Quay.

  • Making a difference to communal spaces in Caernarfon

    20 Jul 2017

    A new programme helping to improve communal spaces and give local people new skills has been welcomed by the community in Caernarfon.

  • Welsh Government Employees volunteer to help Groundwork North Wales Thanks to Give and Gain Day

    19 Jul 2017

    On Tuesday 18th July 2017, Groundwork North Wales was given a helping hand from employees of the Welsh Government when 17 of their staff from all over Wales came to help improve the Groundwork site in Tanyfron, Wrexham as part of Business in the Community’s Give and Gain

  • Minera Lead Mines to re-open

    18 Jul 2017

    After several years of closure the Minera Lead Mines museum is set to re-open this summer. Wrexham Council has joined forces with Groundwork North Wales to open the site at weekends over the summer.

  • The community garden is looking rosy

    15 Jun 2017

    Flintshire County Council has welcomed a project to help develop community gardens at one of their housing schemes. Task Team is a new initiative supported by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government Innovation Fund for over 25 year olds living in a Community for Work cluster. Groundwork North Wales is running the project along with their partner Communities at Work.

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