The Impact

…so far

  • 5 rivers cleared of rubbish
  • 7 skips filled after three river clearings
  • 700 voluntary hours recorded
  • Over 70 acres of land cleared of invasive species
  • 4 community green spaces developed
  • 1252 free dog fouling bags given out
  • Over 25 environmental educational sessions
  • 1037 members of the community engaged with the Energy project
  • 2316 engagements made with members of the community accross the project
  • 246 applications for the Warm Home Discount – a saving of £34,440
  • 97 draft-proofing snakes given out for free
  • 41 free energy monitors given out with information on saving £50 per year per household – saving of £2,050
  • 63 four-minute shower timers given out – total average saving of £22,680
  • 595 low energy LED bulbs have been exchanged – a saving of £96,390 over 12 years
  • 70 qualifying referrals to Nest – the Welsh Government scheme to tackle fuel poverty e.g. new boiler
  • 7890 minutes/132 hours of energy advice
  • 67 people received help and support regarding welfare issues
  • 29 children gained John Muir ‘Discoverer’ and ‘Explorer’ award through taking part in Cynefin a Chymuned i Blant
  • 9 children taking part in course ran jointly with the North Wales Wildlife Trust to gain a John Muir ‘Conservation’ award
  • 12 people completed Emergency First Aid course
  • 2 volunteers completed Cross Cutting and Chainsaw Maintenance course
  • 2 volunteers completed Tree Felling course
  • 2 volunteers completed three different courses to ensure safe use of Pesticides
  • 1 volunteer completed Wood Chipping course
  • 1 volunteer completed Biosecurity course
  • 2 volunteers completed Strimming and Brushcutting course
  • 10 people completed Scything course with Keep Wales Tidy
  • 6 people completed Lantra Dry Stone Walling course
  • 16 young people attended a Graffiti Workshop
  • 64 volunteers participated in environmental activities, clocking over 695 volunteering hours

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