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What Would A Week Without Our Volunteers Look Like?

Our volunteers at Groundwork Wales are the backbone of our organisation; without them things wouldn’t run so smoothly. Recently, we achieved the Investing in Volunteers Quality Standard from the Wales Council For Volunteers, in recognition for our great practice for working with volunteers.

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Why Is Work Experience Important?

You may think that ‘work experience’ is just something that fills a space on an empty CV, but it can be important step in kick-starting your career. Work experience opportunities come in different forms, from internships, to freelancing, to traineeships.

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5 Reasons Allotment Gardening Is Good for You

We recognise the benefits of allotment gardening, from encouraging fresh and healthy eating, to providing a great source of exercise, so we’ve listed a few reasons why we’d prescribe allotment gardening for its variety of benefits to our physical, mental and social health.

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5 Activities That’ll Get Kids Outdoors This Summer

Outdoor activities can encourage children to be more active and creative (and cheaper for the parents). We’ve found a few ways you can get your kids outside this summer (without pulling too hard on your purse strings).

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3 Reasons Young People Should Volunteer

According to global statistics, you are three times more likely to be unemployed as a young person than as an adult; as the job market diminishes and school-to-work transitions are more insecure.

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Groundwork Community Awards

Groundwork Community Awards

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