The COVID19 lockdown restrictions have eased and the Thursday night clapping for our key workers seems like a distant memory to many, but for those working on the Living Wage for Key Workers campaign – that energy and appreciation has continued and has been injected into their work for Living Wages.
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FINAL CALL: Are you someone who can make a difference in your community? Welsh Water is not-for-profit and unique in the utilities sector. Our parent company, Glas Cymru, is a company formed for the purpose of owning, financing and managing Welsh Water. For the sake of a few days’ voluntary work a year, you could […]
We are recruiting a Digital Communications Officer £27k pro rata, 15hrs, Flexible Working Are you experienced digital communicator with a track record in developing effective and engaging communications? Can you help us accelerate action towards a sustainable future? An exciting opportunity has arisen for a driven, creative and resourceful Digital Communications Officer to join […]
Friends of the Earth Cymru have launched a Climate Action Plan for Wales which calls for a green and fair recovery for people and communities. The plan’s recommendations include: prioritising vulnerable communities investing in a green economy to create job opportunities transforming the transport system legislating to clean our air. Friends of the Earth Cymru also […]
After taking the difficult decision to postpone Spring Clean Cymru in March, Keep Wales Tidy are excited to announce Autumn Clean Cymru will be taking place from 11-27 September! Autumn Clean Cymru will be a bit different from the usual clean-up campaigns. To make sure everyone stays safe and well, Keep Wales Tidy are encouraging […]