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Tips from some Cwmbran residents who have set up a community group to make their area a better place to live

Angela Locke (Chair of the St Dials group), Kirsty Hopkins (Treasurer), Deb Rhodes (Secretary) and Tracey James, community housing officer for St Dials with the coffee recycling box at Bron Afon
Angela Locke (Chair of the St Dials group), Kirsty Hopkins (Treasurer), Deb Rhodes (Secretary) and Tracey James, community housing officer for St Dials with the coffee recycling box at Bron Afon
Kirsty, Angela and Deb from St Dials Community Action Group
Kirsty, Angela and Deb from St Dials Community Action Group

 

St Dials has a bunch of residents who have set up their own community group. I met with them to find out why they did this and the kind of things they have achieved.

People talk about 'communities' a lot and it was great to hear from a genuine community group about what it actually means. Angela, the chair, explains how they simply want to make the area a better place to live.

Listen to this audioboo to find out more about their work and discover what a 'poop highlighting' event actually is ๐Ÿ™‚ Click the play button

 

 

The group is constituted and has successfully applied for grants that they have spent on local projects.

Everyone is welcome to join the group. You can email stdials.group@sky.com or come to their meetings on the first Tuesday of every month from 6pm to 7.30pm in the Power Station. The next meeting is Tuesday 6 May.

 

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Tips from some Cwmbran residents who have set up a community group to make their area a better place to live

Kirsty, Angela and Deb from St Dials Community Action Group
Kirsty, Angela and Deb from St Dials Community Action Group

 

St Dials has a bunch of residents who have set up their own community group. I met with them to find out why they did this and the kind of things they have achieved.

People talk about 'communities' a lot and it was great to hear from a genuine community group about what it actually means. Angela, the chair, explains how they simply want to make the area a better place to live.

Listen to this audioboo to find out more about their work and discover what a 'poop highlighting' event actually is ๐Ÿ™‚ Click the play button

 

 

The group is constituted and has successfully applied for grants that they have spent on local projects.

Everyone is welcome to join the group. You can email stdials.group@sky.com or come to their meetings on the first Tuesday of every month from 6pm to 7.30pm in the Power Station. The next meeting is Tuesday 6 May.

 

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