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Groundwork North Wales Energy Help and BBC Project

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Groundwork North Wales have been busy and are proud to announce the following three initiatives:

Groundwork Energy Team

The Groundwork Energy Team is here to help and can offer many services which assist you in saving money and energy. If Covid-19 has affected you financially, you have struggled to pay your energy bill or you’ve got into debt, please email energy@groundworknorthwales.org.uk.

Further information is available here.

‘Next Steps’

We have spaces available on our BBC Children in Need Next Steps project starting soon. Are you under 18 and living in Wrexham? Are you continually facing challenges in your life that are getting you down and don’t know where to turn?

Be a part of something different. Grow with us and develop new skills and confidence.

Further information is available here.

‘Wild Ground’ Wins Funding

‘Wild Ground’ has won funding to help enhance four of their Nature Reserves across North Wales. The funding has been awarded by Welsh Government’s Landfill Disposals Tax Communities Scheme, administered by the Wales Council for Voluntary Action.

The reserves which will benefit from the funding are Aberderfryn, Stryt Las and Brandie Brook in Johnstown, Wrexham and Glascoed in St Asaph.

Further information is available here.

You can contact the Groundwork North Wales team on 01978 757524 or at info@groundworknorthwales.org.

For full contact details click on Groundwork North Wales. For other articles relating to Groundwork North Wales, click here.

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