Autumn begins and new challenges emerge. Sustainable Wales has two new exciting opportunities for motivated people.
We’re hoping to develop an ‘Arts, Craft and Culture Trail’ for Porthcawl, following a very successful feasibility study. Also, we are about to produce ‘Shine a Light?‘ – a short challenging film outlining the difficulties of community energy development in the UK – solar, hydro, biomass, geothermal, wind. The aim of the film is educational and supports democratising our energy supply, bringing ownership and profit back into communities. Read More
Coming to Ty Carnegie, Bridgend's Art Centre, the launch of 'Limestone Man', Robert Minhinnick's second novel, which describes an exile's return to a Wales of young people's suicides. Read More
PORTHCAWL’S ‘GREEN ROOM’ RETURNS WITH EXCITING PROGRAMME
Sustainable Wales’s ‘Green Room’ performance space has its autumn 2015 programme lined up.
EVENTS so far arranged include the following, with an exciting ‘Cerdd Dant’ launching the season. Read More
Writers used to love libraries. Maybe they still do. I learned to love the old Carnegie-bequeathed Bridgend library, opened in 1907 in Wyndham Street. In 2013 I published a letter supporting the campaign to turn it into an arts centre. Read More