Our members

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TCC takes groups into membership, not individuals.  Our member groups come from across North East Wales, in the counties of Wrexham Flintshire and Denbighshire.  Our membership includes faith groups, community groups, and schools.


Interested in joining TCC? 

If you'd like to join TCC please see our membership page for more information, or get in touch.


Where we are

Use the map below to find out where TCC groups are based across North East Wales. By clicking on the pins you will find the name of the group, their address and contact details. You can filter groups into 'faith', 'community', service' and 'school' by clicking on the key markers under the map. If you are from another TCC member group, you can use the contact details to get in touch with them if you would like to know more about what they do. 

Hear from TCC leaders

TCC leaders from our diverse groups have shared their thoughts on community organising, being involved in TCC and  making change in their communities. Find out what they said in the leaders' Q & A here and watch their short films below.  

Young leaders 

In this short film, TCC's youth in action group talk about what it’s like to take on a role in public life when you’re young. The young leaders also share the campaigns they have worked on together. 

Original leaders 

Original leaders who joined TCC in the very early days share their thoughts on being involved in founding the oldest community organising charity in the country. 

Current leaders and contemporaries 

Current TCC leaders and contemporaries from organisations in the UK and America talk about the value of community organising and the
work that TCC does in North East Wales.