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).
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.
Carmarthenshire County Council, in partnership with the Llanelli Star and Carmarthen Journal, has launched a campaign to encourage communities to reduce their carbon footprint.
Trading for Success, produced by a team of financial and marketing experts and commissioned by Plunkett Foundation, has been designed specifically for community enterprises – businesses that are owned or controlled by the community – to help them succeed in an increasingly tough market.
We believe the ancient, veteran and heritage trees of Wales are a vital and irreplaceable part of our environment and heritage.
A survey of more than 4,000 subscribers of the Consumers’ Association’s magazine saw the Carmarthenshire attraction rated at 79%, based on overall satisfaction and the likelihood to recommend. This put it level-pegging with the Eden Project in Cornwall and above such garden gems as Chatsworth, Blenheim Palace and Hampton Court.