Over Twenty volunteers turned out on a nice day in Prestatyn. With a great cross section of ages from Alex who is 8 months old to well lets say “age is only a number” 🙂
Progress continues apace at The Morfa Gateway Project in Prestatyn. The felled trees have been cleared from the site and to further progress the project, Countryside Services team members were there clearing undergrowth ahead of Read more…
Ahead of our launch tomorrow 1st March 2018 Steve has produced an impression of what the Morfa Gateway site could look like during the course of the project. This is only our first idea everything will be shaped and formed by the wishes of our community.
Focussing on the positive
Today amongst lots of other things we will be focusing and preparing for lots of positive voluntary things happening at Artisans Collective CIC at the Old Library Prestatyn in the next few days:
Men’s Shed Prestatyn
Coffee Pod bereavement group
Maria Grow Wild Wales evening
Aimee Renee Art page group
Junior GP’s meeting
Prestatyn Dementia Friendly Community drop in and other activities
Project progress Meeting with HGC Dinbych Arfordirol ac Abergele / NWP Denbighshire Coastal and Abergele, various Denbighshire County Council departments and others.
Hopefully adding a meeting with Chris Ruane MP
We need your support
Due to the fact that Denbighshire County Council last week put the Old Library in Prestatyn on the open marketplace. We are now looking for your support in helping us continue our “not for profit” community work and support.
We have created a very simple form for you to complete. Which allows you to register the fact that you support our efforts to continue.
We are only asking for your name, email and postcode. It would be nice if you did leave a comment.
Artisans Collective promise not to use your information for anything other than proving your support of our community project. All details secured by Google recaptcha.
You can find out more about Artisans Collective here.