16 June 2015
Plans to turn former Welsh chapel into a boutique cinema at the seaside resort of Borth
Gareth Flynn, architectural technologist at Hughes Architects (left) with Peter Fleming and Grug Morris.
Couple Peter Fleming and Grug Morris plan to turn the Gerlan Chapel in Borth into the Libanus 1877 Theatre
14 JUNE 2015
Two public access heart defibrillators are coming soon to the community! Our grant application to the British Heart Foundation has been successful. We will be providing training on how to use them, if you are interested please register your interest by emailing:
BOTTLE & PAPER BANK
There is a Bottle and Paper Bank on the Car Park opposite Brynowen Holiday Park
Trust Small Grants
The Trust aims to make the UK a better place for both people and nature.
Grants range from £500 up to £5,000 in Wales.
Registered charities, constituted voluntary and community groups, Social enterprises Community interest companies (CIC) Not-for-profit organisations and Sports clubs are eligible to apply.
All projects should provide assistance in one or more of the Trust’s following fields of operation:
- Prevention of poverty; reduction of distress and suffering
- Advancement of health
- Advancement of citizenship or community development
- Advancement of public participation in sport
- Advancement of human rights, conflict resolution or reconciliation
- Advancement of environmental protection or improvement
Funding is available for projects of up to 6 months in length in Wales that positively impact their local community. Projects that are creative, far-reaching and will leave a long-term impact once completed stand the best chance of being successful.
JIMI HENDRIX'S WELSH EXPERIENCE
Borth – a tiny fishing village for which the phrase ‘one-horse town’ would be pushing it – was surely too far off the beaten track even for him.
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