Five community projects in north and mid Wales have been awarded a share of almost £725,000 in funding from the Welsh Government for the two regions.
The Community Facilities Programme funds well-used amenities to improve sustainability, providing opportunities for local people as part of their day-to-day lives.
Minister for Social Justice, Jane Hutt chats to Business News Wales about the development here:
The latest awardees up to £250,000 are:
- Partneriaeth Ogwen, Gwynedd – £225,000 to transform an old school into a Centre of Excellence in Innovation and Sustainability
- Tabernacl Bethesda, Gwynedd – £250,000 to bring outbuildings into use as flexible spaces for music, dance and arts
- Glangrwyney Village Hall, Powys – £200,000 to create a community hub for two adjoining communities: Llangenny and Glangrwyney
The latest smaller fund awardees (up to £25,000)…