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05.11.20

Ruthin confirmed as preferred location and partner for Welsh Cycling North Wales Velodrome

Following a review by Welsh Cycling of Ruthin Town Council’s feasibility and business case study that was carried out by LK2, an independent specialist company, Welsh Cycling have confirmed their selection of Ruthin as the location for a proposed North Wales Outdoor Velodrome, based on the selection of a site at Glasdir and their desire… Read More…

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09.10.20

WE’RE RECRUITING

We’re recruiting a full time Finance Support Officer.  For further information contact admin@cadwynclwyd.co.uk or 01490 340500

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25.09.20

COMMUNITY GROUPS BENEFIT FROM THE THIRD ROUND OF WIND FARM FUNDING

The Brenig Wind Ltd panel are pleased to announce that the following 11 groups have been offered the Brenig Wind Ltd Community Benefit Fund Grant (round 3: August 2020) Applicant: Canolfan Uwchaled Description: Refurbish a coffee bar and kitchen storage area Grant Amount: £9,587.29 Applicant: Clocaenog Playground Project Description: Replace damaged playground equipment Grant Amount: £8,935.22 Applicant: Nantglyn Community Council Description: Install… Read More…

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04.09.20

Transforming business models key to Food & Drink producers survival

TRANSFORMING their business models ensured local food and drink producers and hospitality venues survived the Coronavirus lockdown. The COVID-19 pandemic has been one of the most challenging periods in the country’s history, but it has also led to a sea change in attitudes and innovation. Driven by community concern and health and safety requirements, firms… Read More…

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21.08.20

Food and drink businesses step up to the plate during lockdown

FOOD and drink businesses have stepped up to the plate and met a surge in demand for fresh produce during lockdown. Taste North East Wales praised local food, drink and hospitality firms for diversifying and changing business models to better serve their communities since the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic. From home deliveries to online… Read More…

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20.07.20

Guidance for Community Centres reopening in Wales

This guidance has been developed by WCVA in consultation with Welsh Government.  Foreword  This guidance is for community centres based in Wales to provide you with a brief overview of how to prepare for restarting your services when it is permissible to do so. At the time of writing, community centres must remain closed subject… Read More…

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08.07.20

A REGIONAL celebration of food and drink will take place virtually this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The second annual Blasu/Taste North East Wales event was to be held in October after a successful debut in 2019 saw more than 30 businesses and 400 visitors take part in a series of activities over 40 days. Organised by Clwydian Range Food and Drink and Llangollen and Dee Valley Food and Drink, with the… Read More…

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03.07.20

Funding boost for life-saving volunteers helping fight coronavirus pandemic

A team of life-saving volunteers who have worked alongside Welsh Ambulance Service paramedics during the coronavirus crisis are celebrating a wind-powered cash boost worth more than £3,000 to fund new emergency equipment. Denbigh Community First Responders (CFRs) who normally donate their spare time to attend 999 calls and administer emergency medical care, have stepped up… Read More…

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16.06.20

The Glan Llyn community pub in Clawddnewydd is the hub for grocery services to the local area during Covid-19

A vibrant village enterprise delivering food and groceries to isolated and vulnerable people in the west of rural Denbighshire through the Covid-19 pandemic has received over £20,000 to boost its services. Clawddnewydd, between Ruthin and Cerrigydrudion, boasts a shop and a pub, the Glan Llyn, run by local people and they have introduced new outreach… Read More…

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20.05.20

Providing LEADER Funds for Local Communities

Covid 19 –  Cadwyn Clwyd and Local Action Groups in Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham providing LEADER funds for frontline support. Swift action meant that a LEADER funded co-operation project across rural North East Wales was launched 24th of March.  The project helps community groups to develop and trial new ways of providing frontline community support.… Read More…

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