This is by no means a complete list of the things TCC has achieved over the years.  We will continue to update this page with more information. 

The St Joseph’s TCC group achieved a fantastic win on their vegetarian meals provision issue.  The group planned and led a meeting with the catering manager for Wrexham secondary schools, who agreed to the provision of a vegetarian special option every day in all Wrexh...

In December 2016 TCC was delighted to win the Guardian Charity Awards. 

Established in 1995, and with a car acting as its first office, the U.K.’s longest established community organising group has been training and working with adults and young people ac...

The TCC group at St. Christopher’s School identified Llay Skate Park as an issue they would like to work on.

Concerned about the anti-social behaviour and drug use at the park, they wanted to improve things for themselves and other young people. After lots of research,...

TCC successfully campaigned for Syrian refugees to be welcomed to North Wales through the Syrian Vulnerable Person's Relocation Scheme.  The scheme is fully funded by central government, and offers a home to the most vulnerable people currently in refugee camps in coun...

St Christopher’s school pupils had a fantastic success by ensuring NatWest bank will use their loop system effectively so that people with hearing difficulties can have equal access to their facilities. 

A group of pupils trained by TCC in community organising held a me...

As part of TCC's Living Wage campaign, Minera Voluntary Aided School committed to paying its staff the Living Wage.  The school took this step after Reverend James Harris, the chair of governors at the school and trustee of TCC (Trefnu Cymunedol Cymru / Together Creati...

Thanks to funding from the Big Lottery Fund a group of mums in Chirk have got organised.  TCC was successful in winning a grant through ‘Awards for All’ which provided funding for the training, including the cost of a crèche so that parents were able to attend. 

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TCC members worked closed with the health board to make improvements to the transition between hospital and home. 

TCC did considerable work on the need for safety outside schools.  This led to a new policy and procedure for safe areas around schools being agreed in Flintshire.

TCC members secured lighting improvements of £2,500 in the village Bwlchgwyn, after concerns were raised. 

in 2003 TCC set up a group who worked on issues of litter and waste in Rhyl, primarily the West End which was the most deprived ward in Wales on the index of deprivation.  The issue of litter had been consistently identified by local people as the first thing that need...

In 2012 TCC succeeded in getting bus lay-bys redesigned in Shotton to ease the traffic

congestion.  The bus lay-bys were made as wide as possible and clear markings were placed on the ground to deter other vehicles from pulling in and parking.

Following 5 years of campaigning, a specialist Parkinson’s nurse was appointed to the Wrexham Maelor Hospital meaning that local patients no longer needed to travel 50 miles for specialist support.

For many years Wrexham town centre’s Capel y Groes (Chapel of the Cross) had problems with rough sleepers bedding down in their porch and grounds.  Members of the congregation were being forced to step over sleeping bodies as they left and entered the church; children...

The town's small but significant population of 1,500 Muslims include many staff from the local Wrexham Maelor hospital, and students of Glyndŵr University. They originate from around 56 countries. With the nearest mosques in Rhyl and Chester, most working people were u...

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