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TCC - many voices, united as one.

who we are

TCC was founded in 1995 by Nia Higginbotham, and is the UK's oldest Community Organising Charity.

The ethos of TCC began with a simple premise - 
"tell me a story" - it was about talking to people, having conversations, and finding out what it is that's important to that individual or group. 

We tackle social injustice by supporting diverse communities to gain the power they need to enact change. 

what we do

We do this through Community Organising - bringing together local groups, supporting them to set their own agenda, take action, and improve their communities. 

Key to this approach is extensive work with youth groups to enable youth-led social change.


You can read more about our youth groups and the campaigns they have undertaken here


how we do it

Our members include many different community organisations, including youth groups, grassroots organisations, faith groups, and schools from across Wrexham, Flintshire, and Denbighshire. 


Any of our members can raise an issue for TCC to work on—so they set our agenda. 

"Tell me a Story"


Through collaborative efforts, community organising promotes inclusivity, amplifies voices, and cultivates a sense of belonging among members.


It encourages democratic decision-making, ensuring that all stakeholders have a say in shaping the future of their community.

In other words...


"What are we going to do? Who are the targets? What are we trying to change?"

So, what is your story, and what would you like to change?


​If you'd like to know more, or are interested in becoming a member, please get in touch.


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