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.

See this page in: Cymraeg

Current open share offers

Egni Co-op

“Solar panels will be installed on 250 buildings in communities across Wales including businesses, community centres, universities, leisure centres and schools. This not only helps reduce the carbon footprint of these buildings but supports them with cheaper energy costs and grows the green energy supply in Wales."
Target - £750,000
Minimum investment - £50
Maximum investment - £100,000
End date – On-going, until target is met

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White Hart Community Inn

"The White Hart is so important to the community. In a rural community you need somewhere to socialise and to glue the community together.”
Target - £270,000
Minimum investment - £200
Maximum investment - £20,000
End date - On-going until target is met

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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 – On-going, 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 - Ongoing 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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