Community share offers in Wales

This page contains a list of current community share offers open in Wales, as well as an archive of successful historical community share offers.

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Current open share offers

Grannell Community Energy

“Our mission is to help mid-Wales develop a clean energy future, mitigate climate change by installing renewable energy generation, and to do this in a fair and democratic way by spreading the ownership and benefits across the community rather than concentrated in the hands of the few.”
Target - £700,000
Minimum investment - £100
Maximum investment - £100,000
End date – Ongoing, until target is met

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The Griffin Inn, Llanbedr

"Our vision is to use the Griffin Inn to create a central focal point for village life and reignite a sense of community in Llanbedr."
Target - £130,000
Minimum investment - £100
Maximum investment - £15,000
End date - 2 December 2018

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Ynni Teg

"Our mission is to help Wales develop a clean energy future and mitigate climate change and to do this in a fair and democratic way."
Target - £1,800,000
Minimum investment - £100
Maximum investment - £100,000
End date - On going until target met

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Past share offers

Tafarn y Fic, Gwynedd – one of the first share offers in Wales in 1988

Y Pengwern, Llan Ffestiniog – raised £25k

Saith Seren, Wrexham

Tyn y Capel, Minera – raised £40k

Le Public Space, Newport – raised £50k

Tafarn Sinc, Pembrokeshire – raised £450k

Tafarn yr Heliwr / The Sportsman, Nefyn – raised £82k

Llanmadoc Community Shop, Gower Peninsula

Reynoldston Community Shop, Gower Peninsula – raised £100k

Carmarthenshire Energy –  raised £1m

Swansea Community Energy and Enterprise Scheme – raised £500k

Gower Regeneration –  raised £905k

Ynni Ogwen, Bethesda – raised £450k

Ynni Padarn Peris, Llanberis

Awel Aman Tawe, Swansea – raised £3m

Wrexham Football Club – raised roughly £200k

Newport Football Club – raised £236k

4CG, Cardigan

The Corn Exchange, Crickhowell

Hermon Community Resource Centre, Pembrokeshire – raised £120k

Llety Arall, Caernarfon – raised £146k

Riverside Market Garden, Cowbridge – raised £12k

 

 

Inspired to run your own share offer? See what support is available from our Community Shares Wales project.

 

Want a better understanding of community shares? Read our ‘What are community shares?’ guide.

 

Think you’re ready for a share offer? Try our ‘Step by step’ community shares toolkit.

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