Melville Centre for the Arts Community Interest Company occupies the main building on the site of Abergavenny’s former King Henry VIII Grammar School – a Victorian Grade II listed building,... read more →
Read all our latest news this spring - here!
Our latest newsletter is out with all our news over the Autumn- you view it here
There was a great turnout for our event which gave information about options regarding electric vehicle charging points at sports clubs and community venues. The switch from petrol and... read more →
Jane Powell, one of our Co-ordinators has written this blog piece for us- all about how community growing helps create human connections. Read it here: Community Growing by Jane Powell
The early Autumn update from Renew Wales is ready! - view it here
Open Newtown is the trading name for Going Green for a Living Community Land Trust Ltd. The project has recently signed a 99-year lease of 130 ha of green space... read more →
Here are some thoughts and experiences from 3 of our co-ordinators on lockdown.... Mair Jones Ken Moon Roxanne Treacy
What is now known as Incredible Edible Porthmadog was founded in 2016 by Lizzie Wynn and Charissa Buhler. It came about when Lizzie spotted the slightly unkempt raised beds outside... read more →
A short newsletter to update you has been prepared and you can view it here.
Today The National Lottery Community Fund announced nearly £300,000 has been awarded to communities in Wales to tackle climate change, thanks to National Lottery players. 29 groups across Wales have... read more →
Our latest newsletter has just been published and you can view it here
In partnership with Swansea Environmental Forum, Renew Wales organised a regional event which would bring together some local churches who are already working towards tackling climate change and being... read more →
As the YnNi Teg wind turbine community share offer goes 'live' two Directors have completed a 90 mile charity bike ride. The wind turbine is located in the beautiful Carmarthenshire... read more →
The Community Renewable Energy Project Award has been won by a Gower-based organisation, Gower Regeneration Ltd. The award, sponsored by The Renewable Energy Association, is given to: 'The most commendable... read more →
It was really encouraging to see so many people attend this community transport event, organised by AVOW, Community Transport Association and Renew Wales. Its aim was to follow up on... read more →