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

RIPples help to reduce Knife Crime and its effects in North Wales

Thanks to funding from the Knife Crime Community Fund, Groundwork North Wales have developed and delivered a new project called Ripples aiming to reduce knife crime and its terrible effects. RIPples is so called, as when a violent crime is committed there is a huge ripple effect into the surrounding community. Read more

Groundwork wins Holiday Club of the Year 2017

Our Holiday Club is thrilled to have made it four in a row at the Wrexham Child Care Awards after picking up the 2017 Holiday Club of the Year Award. The awards are run by the Wrexham Family Information Service in partnership with Wrexham Glyndwr University to recognise and reward best practices in childcare. Read more

Talysarn Task Team makes a difference at the Community Centre.

A celebration was held on Wednesday 31st January 2018 to showcase the achievements of a new programme that rejuvenated a Community Centre Garden and gave people over the age of 25 new skills. At the event volunteers from Groundwork North Wales’ Task Team programme celebrated their hard work at the Fron Goch Gardening Centre, Caernarfon. Read more

Conwy Task Team makes a difference at the Old School, Douglas Road

A celebration was held on Tuesday 30th January 2018 to showcase the achievements of a new programme that rejuvenated a Youth Club garden and gave people over the age of 25 new skills. At the event volunteers from Groundwork North Wales’ Task Team programme celebrated their hard work at the Old School, Douglas Road, Colwyn Bay. Read more

Our Back Yard Launches in Connah's Quay

Our Back Yard, the Big Lottery funded Create Your Space programme was today officially launched at the Connah’s Quay Town Council. The programme brings nearly £650,000 of funding to Connah’s Quay, Flintshire over the next five Years. Read more

Wrexham Task Team makes difference in Brynteg.

A celebration was held on Tuesday 23rd January 2018 to showcase the achievements of a new programme that rejuvenated a community garden and gave people over the age of 25 new skills. At the event volunteers from Groundwork North Wales’ Task Team programme celebrated their hard work at Community House, Brynteg, Wrexham. Read more

Rhyl Task Team makes a difference to the local community.

A celebration was held on Friday 19th January 2018 to showcase the achievements of a new programme that rejuvenated a community garden in Rhyl and gave people over the age of 25 new skills. At the event volunteers from Groundwork North Wales’ Task Team programme celebrated their hard work at The Phoenix Centre in Rhyl. Read more