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Employee-owned Welsh waffle maker shows how growth in all weathers is possible when you have fairness, people and community at your core
From humble market stall beginnings to becoming a behemoth of the tasty toffee treat world, Tregroes Waffles has kept its roots firmly in the West Wales community where...
Co-production is key for North Wales social enterprise creating creative solutions to local community needs
Flintshire DO-IT was created to turn community ideas into reality, channelling passions and interests into co-ordinated and purposeful collaborations with can-do attitudes.
Positive pathways for mental health sufferers created from tragedy with community rewards scheme and homelessness support
Pete Humphreys from Wrexham’s No.22 café and social hub tells us how a family bereavement inspired him to start supporting those living with terminal illness and helping feed...
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New report highlights determination and resilience of social enterprises in Wales
Survival, hibernation, diversification, transformation, collaboration, are some of the common themes that have emerged from a new report published today (Friday 29 May) on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the social enterprise sector in Wales.
Digital devices on their way to support care homes during the Coronavirus pandemic
By Derek Walker, Chief Executive at the Wales Co-operative Centre
Inquiry: The Welsh economy and Covid-19
The Welsh Affairs Committee recently launched an inquiry into the economic consequences for Wales of Covid-19, and the support needed to support businesses now and in the future. Policy and Communications Manager Catherine Evans summarises the Centre’s response.