Groundwork Wales is part of the Groundwork federation
The Healthy Rivers programme creates partnerships with water organisations, to make environmental improvements to rivers and improve their ecological status. Groundwork and South East Wales Rivers Trust, Natural Resources Wales and Dwr Cymru work in partnership to co-ordinate the removal or modification of barriers for fish migration, to promote our river to the local communities and groups, and t...
Our Green Care programme provides ground maintenance and space improvement services to community groups, social landlords and charities. Our aim is to provide quality work at reasonable prices to help improve outdoor spaces, while offering work and volunteering opportunities for people seeking to improve their employment prospects with new skills.
Crafty Women is a group of inventive creative women who have been developing new crafting skills and support each other through ‘the tough stuff life throws at us’ since 2013. They reuse, upcycle, create, share stories and enjoy the simple pleasures of crafting.
Invitation: Breakfast Briefing: Working with Compassion: A Tookit for Wales, 2nd November 9.30 -11.30 at Ty Mynyddislwyn Environment Centre
The Sospan Shredders were a volunteering group without premises, until they received the grant from the Bags of Help fund.
Groundwork Wales Healthy Rivers Project Officers were approached by Natural Resources Wales and The South East Rivers Trust. They wanted to introduce of over 200 tonnes of gravel to the Ebbw Fawr upstream of the gravel traps we previously installed.
Jordan Jennings is 23, and spent 7 weeks volunteering on our Green Teams programme based in Merthyr.
Earlier this year, the Healthy Rivers team had noted the height of the Vale Terrace Weir (near Tredegar on the Sirhowy river) posed an issue to migratory fish, due to the water level falling far below the normal.
Our Wood 2 Work programme, based at our professional wood workshop in Aberbargoed in Caerphilly, supports local people to learn practical carpentry and traditional skills such as wood crafting, carving and willow weaving with the aim to support sustainable development in rural areas.
The Healthy Rivers programme creates partnerships with water organisations to make environmental improvements to rivers and improve their ecological status
We are pleased to announce that Groundwork Wales has achieved the Investing in Volunteers quality standard, in recognition for our excellent practice in working with volunteers.
Our Routes2Life programme is based at our horticultural farm site in Pontllanfraith, Caerphilly. It provides volunteers of all ages with the opportunity to learn and develop a range of practical horticultural and countryside skills; from hedging to pruning. Case study of Chris Taylor
Groundwork Wales, Ty Mynyddislwyn Environment Centre, Bryn Road, Pontllanfraith, Blackwood, NP12 2BH. Tel:01495 222605. Email: email@example.com
Charity Registration No. 1096662 - Registered in Wales 03577896
We provide training and create jobs, reduce energy and waste, re-connect people with nature and transform whole neighbourhoods.
Step by step we’ll go on changing places and changing lives until everywhere is vibrant and green, every community is strong enough to shape its own destiny and everyone can reach their potential.