Civic Trust Cymru promotes civic pride as a means to improving the quality of life for all in the places where we live and work, and encourages community action, good design, sustainable development and respect for the built environment amongst people of all ages.

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Closure of Civic Trust Cymru

Closure of Civic Trust Cymru

1st December 2016 It is with immense regret that the Board of Trustees of Civic Trust Cymru announces the closure of the organisation with immediate effect. This decision has been forced upon the Trustees because of an inherited pension deficit from the Civic Trust for Wales from which Civic Trust Cymru evolved in 2015. Every […]

‘Llunio Pen-y-Bont / Capturing Bridgend’ Photography Competition: NOW OPEN


      Civic Trust Cymru are launching a photography competition in Bridgend, with the support of Bridgend Civic Trust. We are calling for local people to tell us what you think good, bad and ugly, about Bridgend town by sending us photos. The competition opened for entries on Monday 19th September. The competition will […]

Creating Pride in Place 2 – Conwy

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Our March event was so successful,  100% said they would attend a similar event in the future**, so we’re running it again, but this time in beautiful Conwy Guildhall. See below for the programme and booking form.      CTC May 25th 2016 programme May 25th 2016 Booking form   Feedback from the March event**: *Very […]

Bridgend Awareness Day

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If you live in or near Bridgend, don’t miss this event organised by Bridgend Civic Trust on Saturday April 23rd to find out about the great work of these local voluntary organisations  

Creating pride of place day: Friday 18th March

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Civic Trust Cymru is hosting an inspirational day offering practical support through presentations, debate and workshops for civic societies, and individuals and groups who care about the place in which they live Cardiff and Vale College, Cardiff 10.00 for 10.40am; ends 4.15 To find out more download the programme: CTC March 18 2016 programme To book: compete […]

Abergavenny Civic Society 2015-16 programme

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Programme of meetings to run up until June 2016 Venue – Methodist Church Hall, Castle Street, unless otherwise stated, starting at 7.30 pm (non-members £2) 14 Sept – The Monmouthshire and Brecknock Canal A chance to hear from the Canals and Rivers Trust about the challenges they face looking after such a unique waterway, from how […]

Ruthin and District Civic Association ‘Opening new and old doors in September’

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Heather Williams of Ruthin and District Civic Association has new properties open for 2015. In Wales throughout the month of September, numerous venues open their doors to the public, free of charge. This Open Doors programme is part of European Heritage Days, which takes place in 50 countries across Europe. With many sites normally locked, […]

A tribute to Alan Jennings, stalwart of Rhiwbina Civic Society


This is an extract from a film made by Rhiwbina Civic Society (by with an interview with Alan Jennings. Alan was a long time active member and supporter of Rhiwbina Civic Society, as well as the National Trust and life member & club founder of Cardiff Speakers Club. He knew every footpath on the hills around […]