Watch this short film to see what partners across Carmarthenshire are doing to make your county more sustainable.
he charity is looking to invest up to £500,000 in worthwhile rural initiatives. The Prince’s Countryside Fund has given more than £2.1m in grants to hard-pressed rural communities, directly benefiting more than 40,000 people since 2010.
Renew Wales will support up to fifteen groups, community councils, schools, sports or social clubs across Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire, to develop short, deliverable Climate Change Action Plans.
The community benefit fund is for community projects that address local need and create vibrant and sustainable communities.
to recognise and celebrate the achievements people/groups make to improve their communities, reduce their carbon footprint and impact on the planet.
WWF’s Earth Hour is a unique annual phenomenon that focuses the world’s attention on our amazing planet, and how we need to protect it.
Learn how to start a successful growing plot by analysing your site, soil and microclimate. Learn how to sow seeds and how to care for your plot in year one.
Communities in Wales wanting to grow food for climate and health benefits will get more land to cultivate, thanks to a new project funded by the Big Lottery Fund (BIG).
The Sharing Heritage programme is for any type of project related to national, regional or local heritage in the UK
WCVA will submit a response to the consultation, and would welcome feedback from third sector organisations in relation to the specific questions posed in the consultation response form that can be found on page 50 of the document.