Thanks to the Natural Resources Wales’ Resilient Communities Fund and Wrexham Council, Groundwork North Wales are excited to launch two brand new projects in their local community.
Groundwork North Wales are excited to announce the King’s Mills project and the Go Green 4 Nature project, with aims to benefit the local communities and green spaces.
The King's Mills Project is funded by Natural Resources Wales’ Resilient Communities Fund. This grant programme focuses on building resilient communities by increasing community participation in nature to benefit health and well-being.
Activities in this project will include volunteer sessions (litter picks and practical habitat improvements), activity sessions for families (nature crafts and river-dipping), educational awareness, wildlife surveying, and much more.
The King’s Mills project will be offering regular weekly volunteer sessions each Wednesday from 10am – 1pm with the opportunity to help wildlife and learn new skills whilst getting to meet new people.
The Go Green 4 Nature Project is a partnership collaboration between Wrexham Council and Groundwork North Wales with funding from Natural Resources Wales’ Resilient Communities Fund.
This project will be offering regular weekly volunteer sessions each Friday at 10am for 18 – 24-year-olds with the opportunity to meet new people and enjoy the environment, help wildlife, and learn new skills.
The volunteers will have the opportunity to take part in an eight-week programme to gain skills that will support their personal development. They will plan and deliver community improvements whilst learning about climate change mitigation and the environmental impacts the green spaces will offer to their communities.
For more details on how to get involved please contact 01978 757524 / [email protected]