Our colleagues at Digital Communities Wales are delivering the session below on 5th October at 12 noon.

Please register prior to attending the training using the link below  

Virtual Zoom

Digital Communities Wales Training - Learning Welsh with digital tools

This session is delivered in English only. It is designed to provide entry level resources for Welsh language learners. In this session we will:

  • Discuss the history of the Welsh language and how it has overcome cultural changes.
  • Show you a variety of resources that are available to help you develop your Welsh language skills, whether you're a beginner, intermediate or advanced learner.
  • Demonstrate ways of immersing yourself in Welsh when using the internet.

So that we can understand your abilities and needs, It would be great if you could complete this form. This is so that we can continue to develop our training courses and provide a high-quality service. Responses from this form will also be used to improve our understanding of the distance travelled for the people we support.

Please note that by registering for this webinar, your personal data will be collected and stored on our database.

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The Community Hub is currently raising funds to develop its community garden project.

To deliver this project we will need to increase capacity for food growing, craft activities, pond improvements and accessible tools/areas to promote an all-inclusive experience to allow our garden to be utilised more, for education to be shared and behavioural changes to be role modelled across the community, aims being an improved outdoor space for horticultural activities, sustainable food growth and improvement of our biodiversity and pollinating areas.

To donate to our Crowdfunder page please click the link below:

WCVA is conducting a survey on the impact of inflation on voluntary sector organisations delivering public services.

Income from government and public bodies through grants and contracts to deliver public services makes up around 26% of the voluntary sector’s income in England and Wales. Underfunding of these services is a longstanding problem for the sector, and it is now being exacerbated by the cost of living crisis.

We are working alongside sister councils across the UK to make the case to UK and national governments for sustainably funded public services. Your responses to this survey will help us build an evidence base from Wales and support our influencing efforts.

Our questions focus on services funded by contracts and grants from UK Government, Welsh Government, local authorities, NHS Wales and other public bodies. It is not about funding from trusts and foundations, public giving or enterprise.

The survey closes at 12 pm on 13 October 2023.

The VWMG is now open for application.  You can apply via WCVA’s Multi-purpose Application Portal (MAP). Here
Main grants up to £25,000 are available for a 12 month period.
For information about the scheme and guidance on how to register on MAP, please visit the webpage here -
The deadline for applications is 22/12/2023 23:59.

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