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A group of people at the Cynon Valley Organic Adventures site

Updates from our Cynon Valley project

25 February 2022

Work has been continuing at the Cynon Valley Organic Adventures site, with some exciting developments underway. 

Grangetown Christmas market

Grangetown World Market returned to Grange Pavilion for the holidays

3 February 2022

Grangetown World Market finally re-launched at Grange Pavilion for three markets throughout November and December 2021.

Schools' Advisory Panel

Community Gateway relaunches the Schools’ Advisory Panel

21 January 2022

Staff from local primary and secondary schools and colleges were invited to the event to hear about Community Gateway projects.

Winter wellbeing session, Grange Pavilion

Winter of Wellbeing funding awarded to Grange Pavilion to support the wellbeing of children and young people in Grangetown

6 January 2022

The funding allows free activities and events to be hosted across communities within Cardiff.

Ali Abdi with his BEM medal

Community Gateway Partnerships Manager Ali Abdi collects BEM medal

21 December 2021

Ali received the recognition for his service to the Black, Asian and Mi­nor­ity Eth­nic com­mu­nity in Cardiff.

Green spaces and wellbeing project scoops major award

20 December 2021

The Green Valley Conservation and Heritage project in Abercynon wins National Lottery Project of the Year award

Jane Hutt MS visits the Grange Pavilion

Jane Hutt MS visits the Grange Pavilion

15 December 2021

The visit was an opportunity to tour the new facilities and find out more about the pavilion redevelopment.

Nadila Hussein

Nadila Hussein joins the Community Gateway team as Student Ambassador

7 December 2021

Nadila joined the team in November.

Corey Smith

New Project Manager joins the Community Gateway team

4 November 2021

Corey joins the team on the 22 November.

Moss filters can improve air quality

Breathing moss : Moss filters the air, improving the air quality as it grows

20 September 2021

We are launching a series of workshops with local young people to construct a living exhibition at Grange Pavilion