Funding Awards

Organisation

Project

Date funded

Amount funded

Hope Restored

Equipment for homeless people

Sep-15

£5,700

Prestatyn RAF Cadets

Community minibus

Sep-15

£9,999

Salsa Amor

Salsa event in Conwy

Sep-15

£9,995

Creating Enterprise

Engaging out of work people and offering workplace experience

Sep-15

£8,768

Engineering Education Scheme Wales

Engaging students onto studying STEM subjects

Sep-15

£9,999

International Yacthing Fellowship of Rotarians

Opportunity for disadvantaged young people to 'try sailing'

Sep-15

£3,000

North Denbighshire Domestic Abuse Service

Drop in centre and next step support for families sufferng abuse

Sep-15

£9,500

Carers Outreach Service

Employment of part time carer support

Sep-15

£9,999

Dating Old Welsh Houses

Researching and recording information on buildings

Dec-15

£5,000

Turn2us

Training programmes to support community agencies using benefits advice services

Dec-15

£5,936.00

Llandudno Extravaganza

Contribution to community music stage/ performance

Dec-15

£3,960.40

Bryn Newydd Bowling Club

Bowling club shelter

Dec-15

£2,000

Rhyls Mens Shed

Development and expansion of facilities

Dec-15

£9,440.44

Llandudno and Conwy Valley Railway Society

Purchase equipment to promote organisation and record heritage / history of line

Dec-15

£1,497.97

Bodelwyddyn Castle Trust

Creation of parkland orchard and information boards

Dec-15

£5,916

Gronant Friendship Club

Annual programme of events

Dec-15

£3,800.00

English Baptist Church

Minor renovation work to community wing

Dec-15

£980.00

Clwb yr Efail

Capital Improvement programme to older people's centre

Dec-15

£4,213.80

North Wales Car Club

Marketing and organisation costs of Cambrian Rally

Dec-15

£9,596.00

St Johns Church Llandudno

Upgrading heating system

Dec-15

£9,999.00

Friends of Ysgol y Foryd

Development of all ability playground

Mar-16

£3,875.00

Llandudno Football Club

Wheelchair accessible stand

Mar-16

£9,999.00

Botanical Gardens Enterprises

Expansion of community garden and educational sessions

Mar-16

£1,715.07

Book of You

Working with people with dementia, Employing life reminiscence champions

Mar-16

£7,500.00

Cyffordd Llandudno Junction Trakz

Arts/history/community festival

Mar-16

£1,500.00

Prestatyn and Meliden Community Action Group

Youth film festival

Mar-16

£9,850.00

Prestatyn Town Council

Community allotment- upgrading and educational sessions

Mar-16

£8,847.97

Wales pre-school providers

Employment of officer supporting parent and toddler groups

Mar-16

£9,585.00

North Wales Superkids

Purchase of fully adapted static caravan - holiday for families in crisis

Mar-16

£25,000.00

Abergele Community Action

Recruitment of project manager

Mar-16

£141,191

Dangerpoint

Safety training and awareness programmes for young people

Mar-16

£164,560

Conwy Chamber of Trade

Medieval festival & Tournament

Mar-16

£25,000.00

The Outdoor Partnership

Developing outdoor opportunities- training and employment for marginalised groups

Mar-16

£150,000

Tre Cwm Community Association

Development and furnish of new training kitchen

Mar-16

£49,024

Benefits Advice Shop

Increase opening days of shop and outreach programme

Mar-16

£73,873

Conwy Connect

Gig buddies - volunteer buddies attending events with people with learning difficulties

Mar-16

£117,823

CAIS

Employ officer to work on project renovating houses with ex offenders

Jun-16

£9,998

Feed the Children

Providing meals for impoverished children during school holidays

Jun-16

£1,554

Flintshire Disability Forum

Employ a volunteer recruitment coordinator

Jun-16

£4,840

Homestart Conwy

Support to young familes/new parents

Jun-16

£9,990

Homestart Denbighshire

Support to young familes/new parents

Jun-16

£9,990

North Wales Energy Advice Centre

Fuel poverty support programme for rural Flintshire

Jun-16

£8,333

North Wales Bluegrass Festival

Support of four day music event

Jun-16

£5,000

Peulwys Go Green

Community funday

Jun-16

£2,155

Rotary Club Prestatyn

Purchase and installation of defribulators

Jun-16

£7,300

You'll never walk alone volunteers

Training two nordic walking volunteer guides

Jun-16

£3,000

Friends of Ysgol y Gogarth

Afterschool activity club and family support scheme

Jun-16

£9,506

Ymuno Festival

Contribution to promote music festival

Jun-16

£9,314

Conwy Arts Trust

Development of community art space

Jun-16

£47,600

Cartrefi Conwy-Tre Cwm environmental project

Development of outdoor recreational space

Jun-16

£65,000

Gwledd Conwy Feast

Operational costs of event

Jun-16

£27,000

Urdd Gobaith Cymru

Recruitment of activities officer to promote Welsh language

Jun-16

£73,570

Llysfaen Village Hall

Refurbishment project

Jun-16

£51,027

G2G Communities

Recruitment of staff to deliver training

Jun-16

£20,000

North Wales Advanced Motorists

Targetted safe driving project for identified young people

Sep-16

£8,940

Colwyn Bay Cadets

funding for community mini bus

Sep-16

£9,999

Deganwy History Group

protection of well

Sep-16

£2,000

Deganwy Friendship Club

12 month activity programme

Sep-16

£2,000

Trelawnyd Memorial Hall

improvements to village hall/renovation

Dec-16

£30,121.38

Friends of Talacre

IT equipment

Jul-17

£554.98

Llandudno Sailing Club

Replacement of launching tractor

Jul-17

£9,995

Clwb yr Efail 

funding for matron

Jul-17

£10,000

Dating Old Welsh Houses

researching ancient properties

Jul-17

£5,000

Llandudno Allotments

compost toilet

Jul-17

£6,622

Llandudno Rugby Club

floodlighting for pitch

Jul-17

£9,999

Crest

appointment of coordinator for word worx project

Jul-17

£10,000

Aberconwy Mind

volunteer coordinator post

Jul-17

£9,949

Amhpibian and Reptile Conservation

education project

Jul-17

£6,000

Llandudno Christmas Fayre

hire of marquee and stage

Jul-17

£2,000

Citizen's Advice Bureau Conwy

financial capability project

Jul-17

£9,970.24

Co-Options

poly tunnel for indoor working area

Jul-17

£5,000

Hope Restored 

recruiment of matron

Jul-17

£3,850

Sport Conwy

adapted bikes for disability cycling sessions

Jul-17

£5,940

Penrhyn Bay Library

insulate roof, new lights

Jul-17

£5,452

Osbourne Trust

development of website to support families living with cancer

Jul-17

£2,300

G2G Communities

purchase of 3d printer

Jul-17

£8,560

Rhyl City Strategy

equipment for physical activity programme

Jul-17

£7,000

Llysfaen playgroup

relocation of group to mobile

Jul-17

£10,000

Orme Scout Group

Kayaks, coaching training

Sep-17

£3,228

Age Connects North East

Part time support workers

Sep-17

£9,999

Action on Hearing Loss

Outreach information project

Sep-17

£9,900

Rhyls Mens Shed

Sessional workers and materials

Sep-17

£9,282

Wheelchair Basketball

extension of sessions into Conwy and Denbighshire

Sep-17

£9,600

Homestart Denbighshire

Project supporting parents with parenting issues

Sep-17

£9,988

Homestart Conwy

Project supporting parents with parenting issues

Sep-17

£9,489

Autism Initiatives

2 year project providing activities for children with autism

Sep-17

£9,090

Colwyn Bay Watersports

community engagement officer

Sep-17

£9,999

Jigsaw

Outdoor activities support group for offenders

Sep-17

£8,750

Wicked Wales

Creation of office space and newsletter

Sep-17

£5,700

Clwyd Alyn Hafan Dirion

shelter and charging points for mobility scooters

Sep-17

£4,208.74

Clych Meithrin Mornant

Renovation of portakabin for playgroup- welsh medium

Sep-17

£9,999

Marsh Community Association

games for activity sessions

Sep-17

£217.74

Rhyl Music Club

marketing activities, websit e and development of social media

Sep-17

£4,250

Gwyrch Castle

site manager for renovation

Sep-17

£9,999

Ty Ni

Safe house for young people in risk including care leavers

Sep-17

£9,843.10

Rhyd y Foel Community Centre

development of front of hall and access

Sep-17

£4,400

Jamie Roddick Trust

reconstruction of Morcambe Bay Prawner- sails and rigging

Sep-17

£9,838

Llandudno Museum

large development scheme

Sep-17

£125,000

North Denbighshire Domestic Abuse 

opening a one stop shop in Rhyl

Dec-17

£9,728

Crest/Colwyn Bid

maintenance and improvement of outdoor spaces

Dec-17

£9,999

Aquire Community Choir

conducters stand

Dec-17

£1,619

Botanical Gardens Enterprise

delivery of training to volunteers

Dec-17

£1,985

Citizens Advice Denbighshire

outreach project bodelwyddyn

Dec-17

£9,767

Bryn Newydd Bowling Club

funding for mower

Dec-17

£2,500

Llandulas and Rhyd y Foel Remembers Trust

rememberance art project

Dec-17

£1,125

North Wales Housing Association

development of open spaces for play

Mar-18

£9,750

Rhuddlan Festival

running costs for event

Mar-18

£1,400

Llandudno Elderly Peoples Welfare Society

social and lunch club for older people

Mar-18

£9,999

Stroke Association

brush strokes- art group

Mar-18

£5,890

Haven of Light

anti trafficking project, set up costs

Mar-18

£6,137

Vision Support

coordinator for sightloss centre

Jun-18

£45,479

NWAMI

lease of premises

Jun-18

£5,700

CAIS

housing regeneration project

Jun-18

£49,021

TAPE

employment of production facilitator

Jun-18

£43,309

Ty Gobaith

bereavement counsellor

Jun-18

£49,950

Hope Restored 

employment of coordiantor

Jun-18

£17,000

CAIS

Refrigerated van for catering element of work

Jun-18

£9,999

Unllais

community café/hub

Jun-18

£9,999

Trelawnyd friendship club

actvities for 12 months

Jun-18

£2,200

Friends of Gele Infants

outdoor play equipment

Jun-18

£9,999

Chester Avenue Action Group

family funday

Jun-18

£250

West Rhyl Young Peoples project

delivery of open access evenings for young people

Jun-18

£9,999

SPYCE

renovation of community resource and development wifi etc

Jun-18

£9,943

Citizen's Advice Bureu

universal credit support

Jun-18

£9,750

Book of You 

creating digital life stories for people with dementia

Jun-18

£9,999

CRUSE Bereavement Care

Coordinator for support work

Jun-18

£9,999

Heaton Place

lift system

Sep-18

£6,990

Abergele Community Action

Community money advice service

Sep-18

£6,290

Clybiau Plant Cymru

out of school activities project STEM subjects

Sep-18

£4,381

Rhyl Rugby Club

tables and chairs for community room

Sep-18

£9,999

G2G Communities

community recycling project

Sep-18

£9,800

Homestart Denbighshire

project supporting struggling families

Sep-18

£9,992

Derwen Deg

Welsh language nursery

Sep-18

£9,999

Conwy Riding Centre

development of new centre

Sep-18

£9,999

Meliden Sheds

to meet shortfall on big renovation project

Sep-18

£9,999

St Johns Ambulance

Part funding new ambulance

Dec-18

£9,999

Just Go For It CIC

innovative STEM project delivering in schools

Dec-18

£8,725

Royal Cambrian Academy

art workshops for people with learnig difficulties

Dec-18

£2,590

RYA Cymru/All Afloat

community sailing initiave to support access for people with disability

Dec-18

£7,210.11

Bryn y Maen Show

Contribution towards organisational costs

Dec-18

£1,500

Cymdeithas Emrys  ap Iwan

Promotion of cultural activities through the medium of Welsh

Dec-18

£1,024

Colwyn Bay Watersports

extension of engagement officers post

Dec-18

£6,500

ITACA

Youth shed

Mar-19

£9,691

North Wales Tourism

training programme

Mar-19

£9,999

Blinc CIC

digital arts training

Mar-19

£9,999

Clwyd Dragons Bowling Club

travel, kit expenses, reg fees

Mar-19

£1,745

Colwyn Bay Cricket Club

mixed ability team funding for kit

Mar-19

£7,900

Grays Gymnastic Club

carpeting of new premises

Mar-19

£9,120

Rhuddlan Festival 

festival running costs

Mar-19

£1,400

Little Theatre Rhyl

employment of theatre director

Mar-19

£9,999

Llandudno and Colwyn Bay Marksmen

air rifle equipment and to support blind veterans groups

Mar-19

£8,000

North Wales Super kids

arts project

Mar-19

£6,500

Old colwyn Community Centre

kitchen refurbishment

Mar-19

£3,659

Clwb yr Efail 3

funding for staff member

Mar-19

£9,999

Rhuddlan Bowling Club

storage container

Mar-19

£3,780

Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza

event costs

Mar-19

£8,765

Colwyn Bay Surf Life Saving Club

equipment and training

Mar-19

£3,584

Talacre Community Centre

tables and chairs

Mar-19

£3,230.93

TV Wales

free music festival- running costs

Mar-19

£8,500

Escape Artists

arts project to support mental health

Mar-19

£5,400

Deafblind Cymru

information hubs

Mar-19

£9,999

Motiv8

extension of work from event, supporting people into activities

Jul-19

£47,190

St Kentigerns Hospice

extension and modernisation

Jul-19

£43,668

Benefits Advice Shop

extend opening hours and outreach work

Jul-19

£33,668

St Asaph Parish Church

refurbishment to community venue

Jul-19

£34,000

Deganwy Friendship Club

12 months activities

Jul-19

£1,000

Gwyrch Castle

project coordinator

Jul-19

£10,000

Community Heart Productions

plastic pollution project

Jul-19

£8,920

Centre of Sign, Sight and Sound

media project

Jul-19

£10,000

Craig y Don Tennis Club

refurb of open access courts

Jul-19

£9,032

Conwy Feast

festival running costs

Jul-19

£8,763

Royal Automobile Club

STEM Project

Jul-19

£10,000

Rhuddlan Allotments Association

fencing, gates and footpath

Jul-19

£10,000

River and Sea Sense

water safety training in schools

Jul-19

£10,000

Upper Colwyn Bay Community Centre

green heating system

Jul-19

£10,000.00

Colwyn Bay Rugby Club

lighting

Jul-19

£10,000.00

National Coastwatch Institution

observation station and cctv

Sep-19

£5,838.00

ASNEW

Advocacy outreach service

Sep-19

£9,781.00

Llandudno Elderly Peoples Welfare (Trinity Centre)

extension of service provision

Sep-19

£10,000.00

Rhyl Botanical Gardens 

Replacement of poly tunnel roof section

Sep-19

£1,860.22

Rhyl Tennis Club

resurface 8 tennis courts

Sep-19

£10,000.00

Conwy Chamber of Trade

Town annual pirates weekend

Sep-19

£10,000.00

Mochdre Bowling Club

New mower

Sep-19

£6,516.28

Copperfields Bowling Club

New shelter roof

Sep-19

£6,866.00

Bay of Colwyn Town council

Replacement of clock

Sep-19

£5,000.00

Deganwy Rovers (Conwy Yacht Club)

Purcase of Celtic long boat

Sep-19

£10,000.00

Trelawnyd Community Association

funding to set up a new toddler group

Dec-19

£2,500.00

Rhyl Rugby Club - Floodlight Project

new floodlights

Dec-19

£10,000.00

Homestart Conwy 

To maintain service provision

Dec-19

£9,880.00

Y Gadwyn

Production of tapes with news/info for blind people

Dec-19

£2,000.00

Conwy Golf Club

Production of bilingual booklets for school kids to support Curtis cup event

Dec-19

£6,000.00

Cartrefi Conwy

Delivery of courses dealing with stress, anxiety and reiki

Dec-19

£10,000.00

Domestic Abuse Safety Unit (DASU)

Delivery of ACE and DART training to survivors of domestic abuse

Dec-19

£9,951.00

Prestatyn Carnival

Hiring of marquees, table and chairs for event

Dec-19

£3,305.75

Show Racism the Red Card

education project

Dec-19

£10,000.00

Conwy District Scouts

part fund of a minibus

Dec-19

£10,000.00

Vision Support

funding of a vehicle for outreach project

Dec-19

£10,000.00

Co-Options

disablity biking scheme

Mar-20

£8,740.62

Centre of Sight, Sign and Sound

upgrade to IT system

Mar-20

£7,125.67

Prestatyn and Meliden Food Bank

Shelving and storage at new premises

Mar-20

£10,000.00

Amgueddfa Cae Hen Museum

To enable planning permission to be sought

Mar-20

£8,969.05

Cor Meibion Colwyn

New keyboard

Mar-20

£1,562.00

Soroptomists International

Bee's in the community educational project

Mar-20

£1,385.00

Knights of Snowdon

Veteran Drumming group

Mar-20

£5,000.00

Llais y Llan

Voice of the village-festival costs

Mar-20

£4,684.00

All Afloat

Access to sailing project Llandudno

Mar-20

£7,008.00

Citizens Advice Bureau

joint project with Age connects

Mar-20

£9,666.00

Blessed William Davies Playclub

Staffing and club development

Mar-20

£10,000.00

Royal Cambrian Society

Disability arts club

Mar-20

£9,835.00

Age Connects North Wales Central

Advice/ support Officer

Mar-20

£10,000.00

East Parade Bowling Club

Upgrade to facilities

Mar-20

£6,416.40

Antioch Church

Refurbishment of new premises

Mar-20

£10,000.00

Abergele Community Action

Money advice Service

June-20

£49,803.00

Ty Gobaith

Neonatal link nurse

June 20

£50,000.00

North Wales Womens Centre

Support service worker

June-20

£50,000.00

Youth Shedz

New shed in llandudno and supporting existing in Abergele

June-20

£30,307.00

Urdd

Funding a youth engagement officer

June-20

£50,000.00

Prestatyn CCTV

CCTV in area to improve safety

Sept-20

£50,000.00

Abergele Place Plan

Development officer to action co produced ideas

Sept-20

£50,000.00

St Asaph Football Club

Completion of new stand development

Sept-20

£2,480.00

Bedford Street Bakery

Training and employment project at bakery

Sept-20

£9,931.00

North Wales Pilgrim Way

Signage for path

Sept-20

£2,626.00

Crest

Solar panels for new processing plant

Sept-20

£10,000.00

North Wales Emergency Doctor service

Specialist first response equipment

Sept-20

£10,000.00

Tenovus Cancer Care

Remote services and support during covid

Sept-20

£10,000.00

Field Studies Council

Environmental/outdoor courses

Sept-20

£9,790.00

Colwyn in Bloom

A sculpture trail

Sept-20

£9,874.50

Llandulas Youth Club

Building refurbishment

Sept-20

£10,000.00

Holywell and District Dementia Club

Education project raising awareness of Dementia and making area more dementia friendly

Dec-20

£8,550.00

Prestatyn Town Council ipads provision

Provision of ipads to children from deprived households and older people to increase digital inclusion

Dec-20

£7,436.32

Old Colwyn Bowling Club

Building an all ability path so all can access club

Dec-20

£7,380.00

North Wales Wildlife Trust

Platform to access pond, signage and leaflets for site, additional gate for access from car park

Dec-20

£10,000.00

Rhuddlan Dementia Group

Building a dementia friendly sensory garden

Dec-20

£10,000.00

Livability

Purchase of a digital table for residents to play games, listen to music, talk to relatives

Dec-20

£4,166.67

Rhyl District Guides

Clearing and planting an outdoor usable space for guides

Dec-20

£8,742.05

Prestatyn Explorer Scouts

Set up costs including equipment and membership fund

Dec-20

£4,000.00

CAB/Haven of Light

Modern slavery awareness community programme and support

Dec-20

£10,000.00

Abergele Town Council

Prom lights supply and fit

Dec-20

£3,156

Baby Basics Mother and baby essential birthing hampers for disadvantaged mums.  Working in partnership with sector support agencies.

Mar-21

£8,607.20
Friends Of Queen's Park Repair/Improve Victorian Pillars and wrough ironworks to main park entrance Mar-21 £10,000.00
Grove Bowling Club Purchase of new mower and maintenance cassettes Mar-21 £6,410.00
Rhyl & District Rugby Club Construction of all ability pathway around main pitches Mar-21 £10,000.00
Kinmel Bay Sports Association Purchase of new mower for grounds maintenance and internal redecoration of Y Morfa leisure centre. Mar-21 £9,695.00
Snowdonia Active Outdoor activites for mums/baby during first 1,000 days.  Development of online activites, locations and opportunities across Coastal Belt.  Partnership with BETSI Cadwalwr Health Board Jun-21 £49,400.00
Prestatyn Town Council Jubliee Community Centre - refurbishment of Community Centre to create new DDI compliant toilet block & additional storage rooms. Jun-21 £22,368.61

Prince's Trust

Young Entrepreneurs Programme. Host a series of initiatives to support YP. Across the area of Benefit.   30 young participants. 80% of which go on to training or employment.

20% to achieve self-employment, setting up a business in the North Wales coastal region


Jun-21

£37,473.60

Home-Start Cymru

Peer Support /Mental Health Programme.  

Providing friendship, emotional support and practical advice in the homes of families who are having difficulties managing parenting due to poor mental health. Extension of an existing Denbighshire programme and expansion into new communities in partnership with Sector agencies.

 Jun-21

 £40,000.00

 John Muir Trust

2 yr Environmental / Outdoor Education Programme.

4,000 participants (young people) will connect, enjoy and care for wild places through the John Muir Award.   30% of participants will be from socially diverse backgrounds.

100 teachers / volunteers will attend training and events to become volunteer leaders

 Jun-21

£13,528.25 

NWREN

DEF Engagement Programme

Employ a researcher to map / prepare a detailed report detailing current coverage, gaps in coverage and barriers to accessibility for minority needs.

Develop a "model" framework for future provision and recruit / train Peer Mentors to work with existing ones. Create a new funded job.

Jun-21 £40,980.00
Pennysmart

Community Financial Advice Programme.

Deliver 24 online workshops over a 2 year period for at least 250 frontline / sector staff or service workers.

Each attendee will support at least 4 disadvantaged service users to improve their financial well-being. 1,000 vulnerable / at-risk households in disadvantaged communities will benefit indirectly.

Jun-21 £9,000.00
Dyserth Community Council Restoring old historic Lime Ponds, creating a small Heritage Park with information boards and picnic facilities Jun-21 £5,780.00
Upper Colwyn Bay Community Centre Part of a phased improvement programme at Upper Colwyn Bay Community Centre to use green energy, reduce running / energy costs and reduce carbon footprint. Installing energy-efficient lighting Jun-21 £4,300.00

Repair Café Wales
Establishment of 3 Repair Cafes - Renovation - Reuse in Llandudno, Colwyn Bay and Prestatyn thereby reducing waste to landfill promoting community engagement / content co-ordination, reducing - New Conwy Coast / Denbighshire Repair Café Jun-21 £4,154.40
North West Central Age Connects Newsletter for older people providing updates on Covid guidance and details relating to aid agencies Jun-21 £4,890.00
Youth Shedz Art/craft kits and games for vulnerable young people who are isolated Jun-21 £4,800.00
Côr Meibion Colwyn Keyboards, stand and new music stool for male voice choir July-21 £1,562.94
Llandudno Older People's Association Purchase of a Commercial 'fog machine' to assist with thorough cleaning / disinfection at Trinity Llandudno Centre Aug-21 £492.00
271 Colwyn Bay ATC (Cadets) STEM activities / challenges for young cadets Aug-21 £895.00
Rhyl and Vale RFC All ability footpath and wheelchair bays / seats around the main rugby pitch Aug-21 £10,000.00
Abergele Place Plan Hiring a Coordinator and Business Manager Sept-21 £16,061.00
North Wales Superkids Year 2 Payment – Community arts project for disadvantaged young people Sept-21 £6,293.40
Tŷ Gobaith Year 2 Payment. Neonatal nurse programme to support families Oct-21 £25,000.00
Rhyl and district Gateway Social events programme for young people with learning difficulties Oct-21 £2,000.00
Cambrian Rally Ltd Employing a Covid Officer for short-term events, PPE and disinfection stations / materials Oct-21 £2,549.00
Llandrillo-yn-Rhos Lawn Tennis Club Purchase/install a community defibrillator and recruit / train volunteers to use it Oct-21 £1,773.84
Clwb yr Efail Contribution to the running costs of a day centre / senior people's club Oct-21 £10,000.00
Flintshire CAB Supporting Flintshire CAB to provide remote services with a focus on fuel / energy poverty due to Covid Oct-21 £9,900.00
Homestart Conwy Supporting young families - Venue hire Nov-21 £1,000.00
Conwy Yatching Club Purchase of a second Celtic Longboat for the club's Rowing Department Nov-21 £6,000.00
Colwyn Bay Writers' Circle Venue Hire for Writers' Circle following post-Covid reopening. Dec-21 £660.00
DASU
(Domestic Abuse Safety Unit)
Food, supplies and equipment to support victims of domestic abuse Dec-21 £1,000.00
Mother Mountain Productions Training programme for North Wales Police / statutory agencies / voluntary sector on dealing with domestic abuse issues using Virtual Reality programmes Dec-21 £50,000.00
Urdd Gobaith Cymru Year 2 Payment - Employing a Youth Engagement Officer along the coastal Communities of Denbighshire and Conwy Dec-21 £25,000.00
Abergele Town Council Abergele Green Energy – Community Awareness Sessions, making community building more energy efficient. Then energy surveys and reports on 12 to 15 facilities owned or managed by the community. Mar-22 £7,500.00
Trelogan Community Society Trelogan Community Centre - A programme to improve the building including the development of a usable external space / fenced patio area, boundary fence, footpath improvements including lighting. Mar-22 £10,000.00
Lamb’s Garden Enterprise Ltd Lamb's Garden, Grow 4 it – Mental Health and wellbeing project to include an environmental and nature elements project working with long-term / Dementia patients at Llandudno and Colwyn Bay hospitals. Bringing horticulture and nature to patients for the benefit of health. Mar-22 £9,980.00
Friends of Prince Lawn Prince Lawn / Park, Penrhyn Bay - path improvements and resurfacing through the park linking residential properties with community facilities. Mar-22 £4,000.00
Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza Llandudno Festival 2022 – Supporting the 'Big Tent and Circus Skills' as part of Llandudno's main event in 2022 Mar-22 £10,000.00
St Asaph FC St Asaph Football Club – Supporting the football club in their quest to purchase a new storage facility on site Mar-22 £3,960.00
Colwyn Canoe Club Colwyn Canoe Club – Buying new sea kayaks to enable new members of the public to "Come and Try It" / take part in sea kayaking sessions. Mar-22 £4,596.00

 Royal Cambrian Academy

A partnership project with Conwy Connect and Disability Art Wales to promote an expanded programme of art workshops culminating in an exhibition of work. Mar-22 £6,000.00
Trelawnyd Friendship Club  Contribution to the Queen's Jubilee party and 2022 – 23 events and a social programme for the over 60s. Mar-22 £2,460.00

Home-Start Conwy

(Rhyl Flats Joint Applications)

Recruit and employ a trained Youth Worker who engages with children and young people around the Tan Lan, Old Colwyn area and beyond. Mar-22 £10,000.00 each
Abergele Bipolar Group Post-Covid meetings. Group placement hire costs for 12 months. Mar-22 £350.00
NWAMI Networking for World Awareness of Multicultural Integration (NWAMI) Supports minority and ethnic communities coming out of Covid to include specific dietary needs/food assistance / referrals and social contact for marginalised families or communities. Mar-22 £4,520.00
Flintshire Foodbank Contribution towards staff salary costs (Foodbank manager / Warehouse Manager / Distribution manager) to support Foodbank Service recipients in rural North Flintshire Jun-22 £4,000.00
Llanddullas British Legion

A phased renovation program for a high-use community amenity. Improvements programme to include new roof, electrical works and heating / improvements.

The British Legion hosts many group meetings and social and fundraising events which help to sustain the Llanddulas community

Jun-22 £11,000.00
The Escape Artists Continuing the Llandrillo in Rhos Still Life Art Group for those experiencing bereavement. A quiet place to meet, socialise and be supported by sharing art and experiences Jun-22 £10,000.00
Lloc and District Riding Club Show jumping classes and Hunter jumps / fences for this proactive and fully inclusive community riding club. With a history of developing riders up to elite level these jumps will help the next generation of riders Jun-22 £10,000.00
Oriel Mostyn A community art exhibition, talks and activities for children showcasing rural life, heritage, the Welsh language and the environment along the River Conwy. Jun-22 £5,016.00
St John Ambulance Cymru First Aid training programme for the community and schools across the Gwynt y Môr Benefits Area. Ambitious programme - it is hoped up to 7,500 people will receive life-saving First Aid training from St John's staff and volunteers Jun-22 £10,000.00
ADAS (Aberconwy Domestic Abuse Service) With the support of the Community Fund Aberconwy Domestic Abuse Service (ADAS) has hired a qualified counsellor to help and support victims of domestic abuse. In addition, the counsellor will mentor student trainees helping to establish a sustainable ADAS Counselling Department. Jun-22 £12,000.00
FDF (Disability Forum) Grant-supported program to fund an Independence Assistance Worker that supports families / individuals across the Benefits Area. With increasing numbers being referred from sector agencies, FDF needed to expand its operation. Gwynt y Môr is proud to be able to support the valuable work of the FDF. Jun-22 £12,000.00
Baby Basics A three-year revenue project supporting the Vale of Clwyd Baby Basics Coordinator, equipment purchase, office and storage costs. Baby Basics is a volunteer-led project supporting new mothers and families across the coastal communities of Denbighshire and Conwy who are struggling to meet the financial and practical burden of caring for a new baby. Jun-22 £36,190.00
Grove Park Bowling Club Building an environmentally friendly "green" car park at Grove Park Bowls Club, Rhyl. As the current car park is very muddy, the Gwynt y Môr Community Fund has stepped in to provide much-needed funding to undertake a full programme to improve the car park. Jun-22 £32,085.00
Betws yn Rhos Bowling Club In 1996 Betws Bowls Club in Rhos became the first club of its kind in the area to install a synthetic green playing surface. With a year-round sports amenity, with no maintenance, no watering requirements, it has given the bowling community 26 years of consistent bowling. At the time of the refurbishment, Gwynt y Môr was privileged to support this unique facility in North Wales. Jun-22 £24,600.00
Conwy CAB

In a time of extreme distress CAB Conwy contacted Gwynt y Môr asking for the following-

New community support centres set up

Going to venues and events

Employing and deploying CAB triage staff and advisors

In partnership with Kim Inspire, recruit and train additional volunteers

This 2 year project is supported by Rhyl Flats and Gwynt y Mor Wind Farm Funds

Jun-22 £50,000.00
 Abergele Community Action  Abergele Community Action manages Food Banks in Kinmel Bay and Abergele. With the support of the Trussell Trust and Gwynt y Mor, Food Banks and co-ordinating staff are now able to run services to their community for the next two years.  Jun-22 £50,000.00
Menter Iaith Conwy

A partnership initiative between Menter Iaith Conwy and Denbighshire – it is hoped that this initiative will contribute significantly to the Welsh Government's target of one million Welsh speakers by 2050.

 This cross-county initiative will establish community forums in targeted communities. From there a Development Officer with the support of the voluntary committees will set up year-round events and activities for children, young people, learners and those fluent in the language. Maintaining the language is key.

Jun-22 £45,000.00
The Joshua Tree The Joshua Tree supports families across the Benefits Area living with life-changing experiences from childhood cancers. The Gwynt y Môr Community Fund along with the Steve Morgan Foundation are proud to support this vital work. The grant will allow the applicant to employ a Family Support Manager, and a Family Support Worker to continue this vital work. Jun-22 £47,242.00
Dangerpoint The Gwynt y Môr Wind Farm Community Fund has long supported Dangerpoint. A life skills education centre that guides the next generation. Dangerpoint has been designed to inspire, inform and educate children / the community in essential life skills since it opened in October 2005. Gwynt y Môr has secured further funding until December 2024 providing subsidised educational visits for school pupils from across the benefit region. Jun-22 £49,680.00
DASU

This two-year project will allow DASU (Domestic Abuse Safety Unit) to employ a Crisis Intervention Worker at the organisation's centre in Colwyn Bay.

Since the onset of Covid DASU has seen a 25% increase in calls and referrals. The Worker is expected to engage and support 250 victims of domestic abuse during the lifecycle of this project.

Jun-22 £50,000.00
Prince's Trust The Prince of Wales Trust works with young people across the region providing them with the tools they need to succeed. A free education and training programme to develop skills and confidence to find a job or start a business. In 2022 – 23 Gwynt y Môr will help support up to 30 young people to develop a business idea, a company opportunity. Jun-22 £18,260.61
Y Morfa Leisure Centre Ongoing renovations to the Morfa Community Leisure Centre in Kinmel Bay. This volunteer-run facility was built in the wake of the 1990 flood disaster. Finished in 1994, at almost 30 years old the centre is showing signs of wear and tear. Gwynt y Môr funding will help Tywyn and Kinmel Bay Sports and Leisure Association get new flooring / floor repairs, emergency / fire doors, essential electrical works and replace hanging ceilings Jun-22 £12,000.00
Prom Ally

Prom Ally offers free loan of prom dresses and suits to schoolchildren, sixth form and college students across the UK who could not otherwise afford one.

From the outset, this Colwyn Bay-based not-for-profit organisation has featured on several top rated television programmes and now has its own shop on the high street.

 To support the growing demand for its resources, Gwynt y Môr along with Rhyl Flats Community Fund, have provided support with a contribution towards the shop's rental fees.

Jun-22 £3,240.00
Trelogan Community Society A two-day Queen's Jubilee community celebration event, including a day of family fun, a pop-up pub in the evening with DJ and live music, a street party on Sunday and afternoon tea for the over 60s. Jun-22 £785.00
Owen Hall Management Trust Funding towards a British One Act drama festival at the Pavilion Theatre in Rhyl, attracting more than 600 people to the theatre over the festive period. The project will help promote the Rhyl area to visitors and provide volunteering opportunities. Jun-22 £1,000.00
All About Kids Childcare Supporting Gronant jubilee celebrations, bringing the whole village together with a range of activities to support well-being and providing a meeting of friends old and new after covid pandemic restrictions, including children and elderly residents. Jun-22 £995.00
Gwaenysgor Village Hall Providing a full range of social, cultural and sporting activities in the hall after covid restrictions, supporting residents who feel lonely and isolated and engaging all sections of the community to tackle this problem. Jun-22 £1,000.00
Ffynnongroyw Community Centre Providing a community jubilee party for the older generation, including residents of Plas Derwyn Nursing Home. There will be Afternoon Tea, entertainment, including choir, and jubilee memorabilia. Jun-22 £1,000.00
Colwyn Bay Cricket Club Colwyn Bay Cricket Club will provide the whole junior team with a full cricket kit. There have been recent changes to regulations requiring younger children to compete in coloured kit, while many use white kits that have been passed down. The project will enable all young people to take part and will also include travel and accommodation for away games. The project will benefit 35 local youth and increase volunteering opportunities. Sept-22 £5,480.00
City Times St Asaph St Asaph's City Times was resurrected in autumn 2019 after a 2-year hiatus. Prior to this, a team of volunteers ran the paper for 23 years. 16 editions have been produced since the paper's resumption and all editions are available on the St Asaph City Council website. Ongoing volunteering opportunities are available. Sept-22 £2,400.00
Youth Shedz Cymru The project will support Mobile Youth Shedz in Llandudno Junction and Rhos-on-Sea. The Youth Shed at Llandudno Junction is an established group. The Youth Shed in Rhos-on-Sea is in the consultation phase. The project will provide 40 days of activities during 2022. There are 6 core 'Shedders' in each group and it is expected that 20 others will attend each activity. Sept-22 £10,000.00
Rhuddlan Bowling Club Phase 1 of the project will be to purchase a professional mower to enable the volunteer Maintenance team to keep the bowling green in a condition suitable for all uses. Phase 2 will see an otherwise unused natural spring connected to a large water tank and pipes for a temporary water sprinkler system around the Lawn. Sept-22 £11,278.00
Snowdon Knights Drum Corps Funding for musical instruments, berets, hackles and drum vinyls for the military style Drum Corps. Kinghts of the Snowdon Drum Corps is a community-based not-for-profit volunteer group, with increasing participation in community events and activities. Sept-22 £4,621.00
RASA The project will increase capacity by finding specialist training for sessional counsellors and offering an additional 285 counselling sessions, equivalent to support for around 20 children and young people who have experienced child sexual abuse. Sept-22 £12,000.00

Foodshare North Wales

(Rhyl Flats Joint Applications)

As part of a larger project with multiple funders, FoodShare North Wales will relocate to a new operational base at Emmanuel Church in Llandudno and continue to maintain both sites in Colwyn Bay and Pensarn. The project will employ an Operations Manager and contract Technical Services to develop a home delivery service. Sept-22 £12,000.00
St Davids Hub Part of a larger funded project to create an open access community garden, develop volunteering opportunities and build links with Coleg Llandrillo to provide workplace opportunities, and grow vegetables and fruit in an environmentally friendly way, which will be available for free to local residents and students. Sept-22 £1,000.00
Merched y Wawr An event to encourage and promote the Welsh language and Welsh culture in Abergele, open to the whole community with a special invitation to Welsh learners from across the area, attracting 50 to 60 participants. Sept-22 £200.00
Colwyn Bay Writers' Circle The group attracts 10 to 12 people at each meeting, supporting members' writing goals and ambitions and promoting their wellbeing. The grant will pay for the hire of a room at Colwyn Bay library. Sept-22 £567.00
Cambrian Rally 2022 Hire equipment for the ceremonial start and end to the Cambrian Rally 2022 on Llandudno Promenade, support tourism and local businesses and promote the town and area widely, as the event is broadcast on television. Sept-22 £1,000.00
PLANT (Conwy County homeschooling group) Develop a mentoring programme where older children (14+) will become mentors to younger children with similar challenges, such as ASD/ADHD/LD diagnosis, transition from school to homeschooling, home culture and language differences, and LGBTQI+ issues, through group activities, games and play sessions, with books and resources available, including Welsh language resources. Sept-22 £936.00
You'll Never Walk Alone As part of the 21st anniversary celebrations and following two years of covid restrictions, the project will increase the number of weekly walks available in the free social walking programme, promoting health and wellbeing, the need for outdoor exercise and social interaction. Sept-22 £999.00
Colwyn Gateway Club Money towards the annual trip to Blackpool for members, providing respite for members' parents and families. Members will enjoy a show at a theatre in Blackpool as part of their trip this year. Sept-22 £1,000.00
Rhyl Cycling Club Costs towards the new team shirts for cycling club members, because the annual sponsorship campaign is less successful this year with the current economic problems. The club offers training to the highest standards for young people and adults across the area, promoting wellbeing, tackling anti-social behaviour and promoting a sense of pride in Rhyl. Sept-22 £800
Kind Bay Initiative

Kind Bay Initiative will employ an Arts and Wellness Co-ordinator to organise activities for members of the local community through their Support Hub, including ‘skill-building’ workshops from local artists.  The project will benefit up to 63 local people.

Dec-22 £10,000
North Wales Women's Centre

North Wales Women’s Centre will use the funding from the Gwynt y Môr Community Fund to cover core costs of the organisation for 6 months, including safeguarding an existing administrator post. This funding will support the centre to assist 300 women from the local area with issues relating to health, wellbeing, and work.

Dec-22 £12,000
TAPE

TAPE will use the funds from the Gwynt y Môr and Rhyl Flats Community Funds to replace their Charity Pool Car. This will be used to transport volunteers and freelancers, and equipment to TAPE projects, and increase access to TAPE’s services.

Dec-22 £12,000
Aberconwy Care & Share

Aberconwy Care and Share will use the funding from the Gwynt y Môr Community Fund to buy food to continue their work. Volunteers will source, pack, and deliver food parcels for local people in the community who need them. The project will benefit around 70 local people.

Dec-22 £12,000
Creating Enterprise

Creating Enterprise will establish a new ‘Youth Shed’ in Rhos on Sea. They will hire a portacabin to trial the new site and hire a sessional worker to support the volunteers to facilitate activities for the ‘Shedderz’. They hope to engage with up to 30 young people.

Dec-22 £12,000
Conwy County Deaf Activities

Conwy County Deaf Activities will run a Drop-In / Coffee Morning for the local Deaf community, to help them with ‘life admin’ such as applying for the benefits and support they are entitled to. They will also run accessible outings for their members, where a BSL translator will be present. The project will benefit up to 40 members of the local Deaf community.  

Dec-22 £5930
Conwy Chamber of Trade

Conwy Chamber of Trade will hold the annual Conwy Pirate Festival in May 2023. It will be a weekend of pirate-themed activities, aiming to attract tourists to Conwy and its surrounding areas, and showcase local businesses.

Dec-22 £10,000
Love North Wales

Love North Wales will use the funding from the Gwynt y Môr Community Fund to cover a rental unit and running costs for a van. This will allow them to support local people access food, clothing and furniture. The van will be used to pick up and deliver furniture to the families who need it.

Dec-22 £12,000
Upper Colwyn Bay Community Centre

Upper Colwyn Bay Community Centre received funding from the Gwynt y Môr Community Fund to help pay for 6 months’ worth of gas bills. This is the first award of the Gwynt y Môr Energy Crisis Grant and will help to keep the centre open so that it can provide a space for the community and facilitate community events.

Dec-22 £5000
Abergele Community Action

Abergele Community Action received funding from the Gwynt y Môr Energy Crisis Grant to help pay for the electricity bills at their base in Abergele & Pensarn train station. This funding will allow Abergele Community Action to continue to deliver its Foodbank and Community Money Advice services to local people.

Dec-22 £4000
Junction Ukes

Following Covid-19, several local ukulele groups have been unable to meet and have yet to get back together again. Junction Ukes received funding to hold a one-day ukulele festival event in Llandudno Junction to bring local musicians together again and keep them making music, by celebrating making it through the pandemic.

Feb-23 £2000
Penrhyn Bay Community Library

Penrhyn Bay Community Library was awarded an Energy Crisis Grant to cover some of their energy costs.

Feb-23 £2000
Abergele Men's Shed

Abergele Mens Shed were awarded funding from Gwynt y Môr for fire safety equipment. This equipment was essential for the group to resume meetings after the Covid-19 Pandemic, so that the group would be prepared for an emergency.

Feb-23 £3045.91
Rhyl Dolphins Swimming Club

Rhyl Dolphins Swimming Club were awarded funding from Gwynt y Môr for Swim Wales Fees for the Club Volunteers and Water Time at Rhyl Leisure Centre. During the Covid-19 Pandemic, the pool fees increased, so the group had to cut back on sessions. The funding will allow the club to maintain its current number of sessions for its 87 active members.

Feb-23 £2604
Domestic Abuse Safety Unit (DASU)

The Domestic Abuse Safety Unit (DASU) were awarded funding by Gwynt y Môr to employ a support worker to work in their Children and Young People’s service. This support worker will work with children across Conwy and Denbighshire who have been affected by domestic abuse, living in the DASU refuge and/or accessing their community space.

Mar-22 £12,000
Tremeirchion Bach Choir

Tremeirchion Bach Choir received a Micro Grant to hold an event in St Asaph Cathedral. They hope that around 165 people will attend the concert.

Mar-23 £700
TAPE

TAPE received a Micro Grant for a Wheelchair Access Ramp to be fitted in a recently purchased vehicle. The van, which was also funded by Gwynt y Môr, required wheelchair access to ensure that TAPE’s services are accessible to as many people as possible.

Mar-23 £1000

Bryn Newydd Bowling Club

Bryn Newydd Bowling Club were awarded funding from Gwynt y Môr to install an automatic irrigation system on their bowling green. This system will allow the club to save money on their water bills by reducing their water usage and become more environmentally friendly.

Mar-23 £9000
Abergele Bowling Club

Abergele Bowling Club were awarded funding from Gwynt y Môr to purchase a new lawn mower. This will allow them to maintain a high-quality playing surface for the club, and continue hosting matches for the Welsh ladies, gents and junior teams against English county teams.

Mar-23 £8890.60
Hope Restored

Hope Restored will use the money from the Gwynt y Môr Community Fund to continue their work: helping people within our community by providing them with food, essential equipment, and support.

Mar-23 £12,000
Conwy Yacht Club

Conwy Yacht Club were awarded funding Gwynt y Môr to refurbish a guard boat which the club operates. The club sees this refurbishment as an opportunity to strengthen its links with the Marine Technology Department of Llandrillo College. At least two students, studying the City and Guilds Course 2473 in Marine Engineering at Llandrillo College, will work to refurbish the boat.

Mar-23 £4700
Prestatyn in Bloom

Prestatyn in Bloom received funding to pay for plants and materials to participate in Britain in Bloom and Wales in Bloom. They plan to make improvements to areas around Prestatyn, including the Coronation Gardens, in which they plan to plant a community orchard.

Mar-23 £5333
Penyffordd and Ffynongroyw Childcare

Penyffordd and Ffynongroyw Childcare will use the money from the Gwynt y Môr Community Fund to fund essential parts of their service, so that they will not have to increase childcare fees for the parents during the cost-of-living crisis. They will also provide a free toddler group, twice a week.

Mar-23 £10,500
Llandudno Extravaganza

Llandudno Extravaganza received funding to pay for a ‘Fringe’ Festival at the 2023 Llandudno Extravaganza event.

Mar-23 £12,000
Homestart Conwy

Homestart Conwy were awarded funding by the Gwynt y Môr and Rhyl Flats Community Funds to employ a youth worker. This funding is to pay for the continuation of the Youth Worker post, which includes running activities and courses for local children from the Tan Lan estate.

Mar-23 £12,000
Cymdeithas Hen Dractorau Dyffryn Clwyd

Cymdeithas Hen Dractorau Dyffryn Clwyd received a Micro Grant to maintain their trailer / mobile office and make it legal to be on the road again.

Apr-23 £994
Festival Church Towyn Festival Church Tywyn will install a new kitchen, as their old kitchen was not up to EHO food safety standards. A new kitchen will allow them to serve food to the community. This project is also being supported by the Rhyl Flats Community Fund. Jun-23 £12,000
Conwy Climbing Monkeys

Conwy Climbing Monkeys will run summer activities for children aged 6-18 with ASD, ADHD and other additional needs (diagnosed and undiagnosed), and their families. They hope to do rock climbing, paddle sports or gorge walking. They will also be able to pay some of their venue and marketing costs for the next year, thanks to Gwynt y Môr.

Jun-23 £3590
Lloc and District Riding Club Lloc and District Riding Club will purchase storage containers to store their jumping and events equipment. They will also purchase tablets and mobile Wi-Fi for admin, which will help competition events run smoothly. Jun-23 £9106.92
Royal Cambrian Academy of Art Royal Cambrian Academy of Art will run accessible art sessions in partnership with Conwy Connect and Disability Arts Cymru. The workshops will enable adults with intellectual disabilities and physical impairments to build confidence in creating art and visiting exhibition spaces. At the end of the project, the Royal Cambrian Academy will hold an exhibition of the work. Jun-23 £5700
Brighter Futures Brighter Futures will purchase a ‘pool’ minibus. Other local not-for-profit organisations will be able to loan the minibus to use for their activities, including sports practices and transporting volunteers to meetings or events. Jun-23 £41,649
Joshua Tree The Joshua Tree will use the funding to employ a Family Support Worker and for support sessions. This project will support 65 families affected by childhood cancers, regardless of background, across the coastal communities of Conwy, Denbighshire and Flintshire Meh-23 £42,859
Llanelian Village Hall Llanelian Community Association will use the funds from Gwynt y Mor to build a new village hall. The existing building is a temporary structure, which has reached the end of its lifetime. They hope that the new building will be accessible to all, which will encourage new community groups to use the facility. Jun-23 £60,000
Friends of Bodnant PTA Friends of Bodnant PTA will use the funds to buy some ‘Learning Sheds’ for the outdoor area at the school. They hope to fill the sheds with learning tools and interactive resources to help children develop independent learning skills. The sheds will be used by pupils at the school, Bodnant Bach breakfast and afterschool club, and ‘Food and Fun’ summer holiday club. Jun-23 £7149.95
Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum The Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum will reach out to older dementia patients in local hospitals and care homes by showing and telling them about artefacts from the museum, which they may have seen during their childhoods. The show and tell sessions will involve costumed interpreters from the 2nd World War period talking about the time, showing artefacts from the time, and leading a discussion about them. Jun-23 £4000
Trelawnyd Friendship Club Trelawnyd Friendship club will use the funding to pay for coach hire for trips to National Trust venues for their members. They hope to reduce social isolation in the community and will hire speakers for their monthly meetings to talk about topics which are important to them. Jun-23 £2000
Rhyl Cosy Club The Rhyl Cosy Club will use the funds to hire their weekly meeting room for the next 2 years. This will provide security for the club and allow them to continue running sessions to reduce isolation for older people. Jun-22 £4796.00
Conwy Chamber of Trade Conwy Chamber of Trade will organise the Conwy Mermaid Parade: a summer event in 2023 which will celebrate over 900 years of Conwy’s history. They will tell the mythical tale of the fishermen who caught a mermaid in Conwy River. Jun-23 £3750.00
Snowdonia Active Snowdonia Active will continue running sessions for their Babi Actif project, which helps parents to be active and outdoors during their baby’s first 1000 days. The activities they run include baby forest school, postnatal exercise outdoors and buggy-friendly walks. Jun-23 £60,000.00
Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust will use the funds to complete a restoration project for the Dairy Block, which is a part of the 200-year-old castle complex. When the project is completed, it will be a usable space which they can offer to the community. Jun-23 £60,000.00
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School PTA St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School PTA will hold a summer fair for the community. All will be welcome! Jul-23 £750.00
Together for Colwyn Bay 

Together for Colwyn Bay were awarded funding to run a 6-week Video Editing Course for young people aged 11-17 years old.

Aug-23 £1000.00
Seren Superstars Preschool

Seren Superstars Preschool were awarded funding to renovate their play area. They plan to involve the local community in a tree planting and food growing project.

Sep-23 £1000.00
Copperfields Bowling Club

Copperfields Bowling Club Received an Energy Crisis Grant to assist with increasing costs of electricity.

Sep-23

£719.17

Peniel Chapel Capel Peniel will replace the windows and window frames to make the space more comfortable for the community groups who use it, and to make the building more energy efficient. The Chapel has been a part of the community since 1888. Jun-23 £12,000
HomeStart Cymru Home-Start Cymru will employ a co-ordinator and volunteering staff to deliver the next phase of their Peer Mental Health Project. They will offer 1:1 home-based support for local families to improve their mental health and family wellbeing. Jun-23 £43,511
Rhyl Bowling Club

Rhyl Bowling club will use the funds to install a new solar panel system. The new system will assist in reducing the club’s energy bills, help sustain the clubs long term existence and also help the club to decarbonise.

Sep-23 £13,080
Work in Progress

Work in Progress will use the funds for the general running costs of the group and to fund parts of their ‘Public Sharing’ – a showcase of the work of the group in the past year.

Sep-23 £5,953.26
Dragon Riders

Dragon Riders will use the funds to resurface their BMX track at Marsh Tracks in Rhyl. Dragon Riders aim to provide those with low income the opportunity to develop new skills, exercise and enjoy a sport that is easily accessible to the more privileged in society.

Sep-23 £13,153.58
Menter Iaith Fflint a Wrecsam

Menter Iaith Fflint a Wrecsam will hold family fun sessions for families in Trelogan, Ffynongroyw and Gronant. Activities could include sessions such as 'Junk Drumming', a Lego workshop, folk dancing, an art workshop, a family log or a nature walk.

Sep-23 £5,623.10
North East Wales Heritage Forum

North East Wales Heritage Forum will digitise and catalogue a collection of postcards, original glass negatives and family photographs relating to the late Edwardian photographer J T Burrows, who was based in Prestatyn and whose work features the town and surrounding area. The collection was recently donated to the forum.

Sep-23 £13,006.04
St John Ambulance Cymru

In 2022 St John Ambulance Cymru received a grant from the Gwynt y Môr Community Fund to deliver their Lifesaving Skills in the Community Training Programme. Following the successful completion of the project, they will use this further funding to continue the community training and build on their well-established working relationships with local schools and community groups.

Sep-23 £10,000
Aberconwy Domestic Abuse Service (ADAS) Aberconwy Domestic Abuse Service will use the funding to cover room hire and supervision costs, which will complement their counselling service. Sep-23 £24,850
EESW - Engineering Education Scheme Wales

This project will link sixth form students from schools within the Gwynt Y Mor funded region to work on a real engineering problem over a six-month period. The students will be required to work together to produce a solution to the project brief, set by an engineer with a theme around sustainability or the environment.

Sep-23 £12,500
Trelogan Playgroup

Trelogan Playgroup will use the funds to costs to cover the day to day running of the Playgroup for 12 months.

Sep-23 £16,458.31
Canolfan Dewi Sant

Canolfan Dewi Sant will continue their Community Meal and Community brunch, which they have been running since September 2022.

Sep-23 £14,611.97
Prestatyn and Meliden Ukraine Hub Prestatyn and Meliden Ukraine Hub will use the funds to cover running costs for 12 months, which will allow them to support Ukrainian families in the area. Sep-23 £1,000
1st Llandudno Guides 1st Llandudno Guides will subsidise the cost of their activities by buying equipment, uniform and badge books. Oct-23 £300
Talacre Community Centre Trust Talacre Community Centre Trust will purchase a new PA system and projector to allow them to host more community events. Oct-23 £900
Conwy Deaf Translation Service

Conwy Deaf Translation Service will pay for students to access Level 4 Bi-Lingual Sign Language Skills Training. The students will then be able to support local Deaf people with appointments and reduce stress and worry for deaf people when dealing with hearing people to address their personal matters.

Sep-23 £5,000
Benefit Advice Shop

This funding will be used to cover salaries and running costs for 2 years. This will allow Benefit Advice Shop to continue to maximise people’s income through providing advice, support and representation on all aspects of the Welfare Benefit System.

Jun-23 £27,268
Craig-y-don Bowling Club

Craig y Don Bowling Club will install an automatic watering system for the green. They had previously lost the opportunity to host a competition due to the poor state of the green. This new watering system will allow the club to maintain the green to a good standard.

Nov 23

 

£15,476
Age and Dementia Friendly Holywell

Age & Dementia Friendly Holywell will run an International Engagement Programme, working with primary schools in Mostyn, Penyffordd and Picton to support older people in the community.

Nov 23 £6,240
Centre for Sight and Sound

Centre of Sight and Sound will use the funding from Gwynt y Môr to employ a Children’s Education and Training Officer. The officer will provide Sign Language and Makaton tuition, and Deaf awareness training.

Nov 23 £6000
North Wales Crusaders North Wales Crusaders Foundation aims to set up an intervention to allow vulnerable young people to use Rugby League as a vehicle of change from anti-social behaviour and crime. This intervention will be employed through a 40-week programme. Nov 23 £24,726
Junction Ukes Junction Ukes will hold ‘Junction Uke Fest 2024’, a free festival for the community in Llandudno Junction in June 2024. Nov 23 £2000
Conwy Bowling Club Conwy Bowling Club will install an automatic watering system for the green, which will allow them to continue providing sports opportunities for local people. Nov 23 £23,760
St. Asaph Football Club

St Asaph Football Club will install weld mesh fencing around the pitch to protect the playing surface, maintaining it to a good standard for the community.

 
Nov 23 £18,300
Old Colwyn Bowling Club Old Colwyn Bowling Club will install an automatic watering system for the green, which will allow the club to become more sustainable. Nov 23 £19,124.20
Wisdom of Trauma Group Wisdom of Trauma Group will use the funding to run activities to support people living with childhood trauma. These activities could include therapy, listening circles, and psycho education. Nov 23 £12,933
Conwy Connect for Learning Disabilities

Conwy Connect for Learning Disabilities will use the funds to support their Sing and Sign choir project and employ a qualified Makaton tutor.

Nov 23 £25,000
Festival Church, Old Colwyn Festival Church Old Colwyn (Sure Hope Church) will renovate the community rooms at the site to make them ‘fit for purpose’. They also aim to re-open the community café. Nov 23 £25,000
Meliden Football club

This funding forms part of a larger project to replace the grass pitch and purchase maintenance equipment, supported by the Cymru Football Foundation, Sports Wales and North Hoyle.

Nov 23 £25,000
St. John's Methodist Church, llandudno St John’s Methodist Church will install push button access doors in the building to make it more accessible.  Nov 23 £14,006.40
Talacre Community Trust

Talacre Community Trust will use the funds to replace the external rendering of the community centre.

Nov 23 £24,478.90
Festival Church, Prestatyn Festival Church Prestatyn will make their building more accessible by widening doorways and installing a stair lift and accessible toilet. Nov 23 £10,290
Colwyn Bay Athletics Club Colwyn Bay Athletics Club will purchase Electronic Distance Measuring (EDM) equipment for field events - javelin, discus, shot, and hammer. Nov 23 £4284
Gronant Football Club Gronant Football Club will use the funds to make improvements to the grounds and pitch, maintaining them to a good standard for the community. Nov 23 £25,000
Clwyd Amateur Boxing Club Clwyd Amateur Boxing Club were awarded funds to purchase new kit. The club was established in 1989, with the aim of providing free boxing sessions for members in the community. Nov 23 £989.60
The Aloud Charity The Aloud Charity will hold a regional Only Boys Aloud rehearsal at the ASK Centre in Rhyl. They will open the rehearsal to the wider community so that they can experience the choir and perhaps join in the future. Nov 23 £1000
Llanrhos old school Llanrhos Old School will upgrade the heating system. This will allow the Committee to maintain a community venue for hire. Nov 23 £1000

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