We are having a big breakfast this November to raise awareness and funds for Prostate Cymru. The leading prostate health charity in Wales/ Source: Big Breakfast Event at the William Morgan in Prestatyn
Fantastic news about further enhancements to the Prestatyn Men’s Shed offering. We are extremely pleased to announce the fantastic news that Artisans Collective have managed to secure funding to enable us to continue our social meetings at The Old Library in Prestatyn. This is in addition to the more practical activities at the “Shed”. A […]
Prestatyn Town Council host Mind Music Sessions Weekly. We are proud to be associated with Prestatyn Dementia Friendly Community via our links with Artisans Collective CIC and Sue at Prestatyn Town Council who runs Mind Music. Music and fun at Kings Hall Prestatyn at the junction of Kings Avenue and Ffordd Pendyffryn each Wednesday morning from 10:30. The […]
May potentially be our busiest month so far. We have lots of community related activities based in Prestatyn in May 2016. We are proud that some of our team have received Dementia friends training and we are looking forward to helping promote Dementia awareness week in May. We are also working with Artisans Collective CIC […]
Growing Wild Flowers across our area Our challenge To promote the health and well being effects of naturally beautiful wild flower areas, particularly during a period where local authorities are cutting funding, community art & craft groups will be enhancing the area’s What we’re doing Spreading the grow wild theme across our locality, by utilising the skills […]
First meeting of 2016 First of all hello we hope you have all had a good Christmas and New Year break and are looking forward to joining us again in 2016 We are looking forward to our meeting tomorrow Tuesday 12th January 2016 at Artisans Collective in The Old Library Art Craft and Heritage Centre […]
We were thrilled to be asked to Attend Prestatyn Town Council’s “Fit 4 All” event on September 5th at The North Wales Bowling Centre by Sue Edwards Community Health and Development Manager, we took the chance to promote our Shed and gained new members whilst showing some of our work to the attendees.
It was great to receive a donation from Prestatyn Town Council Mayor Bob Paterson pictured with our chairperson David Clough at our fundraising evening, the following week they met again when we received a nomination for a Group Community award.
Recent press coverage in the Rhyl Journal