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

  • 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.

  • It’s in the Bag for Pedal Power thanks to Tesco

    11 Jan 2017

    Thanks to Tesco Bags of Help funding Pedal Power has received capital funds to expand their safe accessible cycle path at Alyn Waters Country Park, Wrexham. This means that people with all abilities will be able to cycle for longer and can get even more enjoyment, therapy and fun from cycling at Pedal Power.

  • New opportunities for young people in Flintshire who live in Coastal Communities

    14 Nov 2016

    Groundwork North Wales has been working in partnership with the Enterprise and Regeneration Team at Flintshire County Council on their Discover Flintshire’s Coast project.

  • Opportunity for Connah’s Quay Community to transform ‘Our Back Yard’

    12 Sep 2016

    The Big Lottery Fund’s ‘Create Your Space’ programme aims to inspire communities in Wales to improve their natural environment to meet the needs of current and future generations.

  • Trip across the world famous heritage site Pontcysyllte aqueduct

    10 Aug 2016

    Go Green 4 Health, the outdoor health programme run by Groundwork North Wales, held a free health event on Tuesday 9th August 2016 with a walk and free canal ride on Tommy the Canal Boat across the world famous Pontcysyllte aqueduct.

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