B-Leaf: New Mower

by Awen Cultural Trust


raised by 11 donations

of £2,000.00 Target Goal



B-Leaf is committed to providing horticultural training opportunities for adults with disabilities. Striving to continuously provide a safe and caring environment where individuals can acquire skills and thrive a realistic work based setting. Our trainees work tirelessly to keep the lawn outside Bryngarw House, along with other parts of Bryngarw Country Park, in tip-top condition for our blushing brides, grooms and country park visitors. But they need your help. Their current equipment is old, heavy and difficult to push for long periods of time. Due to this, it is imperative that they have a new industrial mower to get the job done. We only need £2,000 to achieve our funding target. Can you give a little to make a big difference to adults with disabilities? Thank you for supporting our initiative by making a donation today. All donations from the appeal will go toward the costs of the mower. Awen Cultural Trust, Charity no. 1166908. 
About charity

Awen Cultural Trust

At Awen we have one simple vision: to make people’s lives better. We do this through providing space and opportunity for people to enjoy cultural and educational experiences. Awen’s wider activities include : - the management of theatres – Grand Pavilion, Porthcawl, Maesteg Town Hall and Blaengarw Workmen's Hall. The venues offer a diverse programme of performances and arts activity including touring professional shows, live music, dance, film, stand-up comedy and community theatre. - 6 main libraries and 2 community libraries across Bridgend County Borough - Community centres - Bryngarw Country Park, a 113-acre green space with diverse natural environments which offers educational and participatory activities for schools, families and community members - 2 training projects for adults with learning disabilities – Wood-B: which focuses on carpentry and woodwork, and B-Leaf: which focuses on horticulture and grounds maintenanceCharity Registration No. 1166908


Last Donations

Lee donated £40.00+ £10.00 on 2019/12/21 at 17:57.

"You do great work, best wishes for 2020"

Margaret donated £20.00+ £5.00 on 2019/12/21 at 15:36.

Anne donated £50.00 on 2019/12/20 at 12:54.

"Donation instead of sending Christmas cards. "

Anonymous donated £10.00+ £2.50 on 2019/12/13 at 16:30.

"Sorry can't pay gift aid. I don't pay tax."

Caroline donated £5.00 on 2019/12/13 at 15:41.