Our Aim | Ein Nod
Overall aim: is to provide quality, sustainable and ethical services, activities, and support to local children, young people, families, and the older generation that improves health & wellbeing.
Our Groups | Ein Grŵp
The groups that run at our facility include Men’s Shed, Women’s Shed, Youth Café, Kidz Shed, Parent & Toddler’s Group, Repair Café, Street Games, ASD Group, Craft Group, Moontime and Young Carers.
Our Philosophy | Ein Hathroniaeth
It’s simple, we help each other by sharing equipment, skills and facilities in a way that reduces costs, duplication and waste so we can provide sustainable services that meet local needs.
Meet some of the groups | Cwrdd â rhai o’r grszpiau
Adults | Oedolion
Youth | Ieuenctid
Children | Plant
Community | Cymuned
How we can help | Sut gallwn ni helpu
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.
News | Newyddion
What has been happening | Beth sydd wedi bod yn digwydd
Steve Morgan Foundation Awards
We are delighted to have been announced as the winner of the Best Entrepreneurial Charity at the 20th Anniversary Awards & Conference at the Carden Park Hotel.
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!