We are Brighter Futures

Brighter Futures is a small charity (CIO) operating a community facility, community groups, and activities in Rhyl. Established in 2018, our charity was set up in response to the increased demand for voluntary organisations to work together while delivering independently.  In an effort to reduce social isolation, loneliness, and poverty, we share our resources, skills, and expertise amongst very unique groups in order to provide support and services to local children, young people, parents, the elderly, and those with disabilities.  We are working together for a Brighter Future in Rhyl.

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Our Aim

Overall aim: To provide services and support to local children, young people, families and the older generation to actively participate in community activities, addressing local issues that affect the quality of our lives.

Our groups

The current groups that run at our facility include Rhyl Men’s Shed, Rhyl Women’s Shed, Rhyl Youth Café, Kidz Shed, Parent & Toddler’s Group, WiFi Connections, Rhyl Repair Café, Strret Games, the ASD Family Group and Young Carers Group.

Our Philosophy

It’s simple, our community helps each other by sharing equipment, skills and facilities to reduce costs, duplication and waste so we can provide better quality services to meet the needs of our community in a sustainable way.

Meet some of our groups

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Adults
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Youth
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 Children
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Community
Community
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How we can help…

We have wide range of activities to provide support and services to children, young people, families, the elderly, those with disabilities, socially isolated and experiencing multiple forms of poverty.

  • Men’s Shed
  • Women’s Shed
  • Wifi Connections
  • Youth Cafe
  • Repair Cafe
  • Children’s Group
  • Youth Group
  • Kidz Shed
  • ASD Family Group
  • Street Games
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Our Latest News

What, Where, When and Why!

Family Halloween party

If you mix over 50 children and young people, 18 Adults, 2 police Officers and a lot of help from Geronimo’s staff! You make a frightfully scary Halloween in Rhyl!

Royal Visit

We were extremely proud to be visited by HRH Prince William, Duke of Cambridge recently who came to learn more about the work of Brighter Futures in Rhyl!