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Police scheme helps fund community projects

 
Created on 29/06/2017 @ 15:48
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Two community groups at a local village have ben presented with funding awards from the Police Mutual ‘Force for Good’ scheme.

PCSO’s Gary Gwilt and James Rosser of Dyfed Powys Police visited Llanbrynmair Community Garden Project and Llanbrynmair Rainbows and Brownies to present the groups with funding awards from the funding scheme.
 
A cheque for £250 was presented to Nicky Arscott, representing Llanbrynmair Community Garden project. The money will be used to help transform an area of the recreational park in to a Community Garden and buy equipment. The area will be open to the local community and will include Willow and Tyre structures for children as well as providing four large raised beds to grow food in. The raised beds will be for local groups including Cylch Meithryn, Llanbrynmair Rainbows and Brownies and Llanbrynmair Welsh leaners group, There will also be a communal raised bed.
 
Llanbrynmair Rainbows and Brownies were presented with Amazon vouchers. Llanbrynmair Rainbows and Brownies leader Tracy Piers accepted the vouchers on behalf of the Groups.

The vouchers will be used to purchase new equipment for the Rainbows and Brownies.

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