- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 14 Dec 2004
- Latest award date
- 18 Mar 2017
Taith Blynyddol 17 Apr 2016
Merched y Wawr Cangen Uwchaled, in Conwy, will take their members on a trip to Snowdon and visit the Inigo Jones Slateworks in order to strengthen community cohesion. The grant, of Â£2,220, will fund transport costs, workshop tour and refreshments.
Gwibdaith- Tren cwch camlas Llangollen 02 Feb 2017
Merched y Wawr Cangen Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd, in Denbighshire, will take their members on a canal boat trip in Llangollen to support community cohesion. The grant, of Â£1,371, will fund transport costs, boat trip and evening meals.
Teithio a Hyrwyddo 23 Jun 2016
Project Summary : Merched y Wawr Cangen Rhanbarth Glyn Maelor, in Denbighshire, will take their members on a weekend trip to Swansea to learn about the area and build community cohesion amongst members. The grant, of Â£1,300, will fund transport costs.
New Equipment and Coach Trip 18 Sep 2006
The project is to improve the facilities of the group and provide a short trip for members. The money is for travel, accommodation, printer, digital camera, crockery and hot water boiler.
Hyrwyddo a Datblygu Holl Weithgareddau'r Gangen 20 Oct 2008
The project is to improve the facilities of the group and take members on day trips. The money is for digital camera, crockery, refreshment making facilities, transport costs and board games.
The project is to take group and community members on educational day trips. The money is for transport costs.
Merched y Wawr a'r Gymuned 13 Feb 2009
The project is to take group members on a series of educational visits and to improve the groups facilities. The money is for video camera, digital camera, tape recorder, transport and accommodation costs.
Diweddaru cyfarpar a ehangu gorwelion 20 Mar 2009
The project is to improve the facilities of the group and to take members on a series of day trips. The money is for laptop computer, digital camera, projector, equipment, storage cupboard and transport costs.
Merched y Wawr Penrhyncoch in Ceredigion will take members of the group on a series of trips to places of interest within Wales. They will purchase a notice board in order to display their activities to other members of the community and will improve their facilities by purchasing some Welsh DVDs and a digital photo frame in order to display their photos. This project meets the Awards for All Wales aim of improving the quality of life.
Merched Y Wawr Cangen Porthmadog will go on a trip to Beaumaris in June 2013. This project meets the Awards for All aim of extending access and participation. The grant for £537 will fund transport costs and entry fees.
Merched y Wawr Cylch Aeron, Ceredigion will run a series of events and trips with the aim of attracting Welsh learners to join the group, to develop their Welsh language skills and to help them to integrate into the community. This project meets the Awards for All aims of increasing skills and creativity and supporting community activity. The grant for £1,765 will fund transport costs, entry fees, tickets to a show, a digital camera, display board and the costs of a walk leader.
Cais am Grant 16 Aug 2012
Merched y Wawr Pumsaint will provide an opportunity for members of the group as well as members of the local community to go on a trip to Cwmhir Abbey in Powys, to visit the Christmas exhibition. This project meets the Awards for All aims of supporting community activity and increasing access and participation. The grant for £ 1,000 will fund entry and transport costs.
Teithio a Hyrwyddo 11 Apr 2013
Merched y Wawr Cangen Abergele will take 20 of their members on two trips and purchase a digital camera and notice board to record their activities and advertise their group. This project meets the Awards for All aim of: Improving the quality of life. The grant for £2,025 will fund transport, entrance fees, a digital camera and a notice-board.
Trysori'r Gorffennol:Diogelu'r Dyfodol 23 Jun 2016
Project Summary : Merched y Wawr Cangen Melindwr, in Ceredigion, will take their members on two trips to places of interest in Wales and purchase equipment to share their experiences with the community. The group will also purchase a defibrillator for the local area. The grant, of Â£3,983, will fund a defibrillator, projector, digital camera and case, two flasks and transport costs.