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Dawn Roberts-McCabe, Beth Cole and Peter Howell

Lansiad Wefan Newydd – New Website Launch

Heddiw, y mae AVOW yn happus i rhanu ein fod wedi lansio ein wefan newydd. Mae'r wefan wedi cail ei ail-greu gan Beth o Populi Media, an yn llawn wybodaeth am pob peth y mae AVOW yn ei wneud. Today, AVOW is happy to announce
3 pictures of Excel Elise Disability pushchairs. Logos: Accessible Wrexham, Shopmobility Wrexham, AVOW. Text: Funded by Logo: National Lottery Community Fund

New Arrival: Excel Elise Special Needs Pushchair

Shopmobility continues it's aim of creating an accessible Wrexham. 4 new Excel Elise Special Needs Pushchairs are now available for hire. These new special needs pushchairs are available to help those that struggle with mobility, sensory needs, and other difficulties in navigating the busy streets

AVOW makes finalist in the “Spirit of Wrexham” Awards

AVOW are honoured and pleased to be nominated for the Spirit of Wrexham Awards at the inaugural Wrexham Business and Community Awards (WBCA). The WBCA have been designed to be inclusive awards aimed at businesses of all shapes and sizes, located throughout Wrexham. Regardless of

Half-Term In Wrexham with AVOW

Half-term has arrived, with all it’s spooky fun and fervour. With all those sweets and chocolates, it can be very easy to end up with children who have a lot of energy to burn. Wrexham always has a lot going on over the half-term and

High Sheriff of Clwyd Awards – Nominations OPEN!

The High Sheriff of Clwyd Awards are your opportunity to celebrate your charitable champions. They can be individuals or community groups with charitable aims that have made an outstanding contribution to their communities. Volunteering is an amazing way to give back to the community and

Meet the Funder

Tom Bell, Grants Manager – portfolio areas: Children and young people, criminal justice (young people and men). Tom will give an overview of the Henry Smith Charity as a funder, providing an opportunity to learn about their main grants programmes – Improving Lives and Strengthening

Two boys sitting on the grass looking at the camera

Residential Breaks for Disadvantaged Young People (England & Wales)

Schools and community groups looking to offer breaks for disadvantaged young people and families can apply for support for a residential stay in England and Wales. The funding, which is made available through the Youth Hostel Association’s Breaks Programme, can be used towards payment for

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