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Community Gateway storytelling event a great success!

Community Gateway storytelling event a great success!

Posted on 29 October 2015 by Sarah Hughes

On Saturday 24th October 2015 Community Gateway, in association with the Grange Pavilion Project, held a storytelling event to celebrate the opening of the Grange Bowls Pavilion as a community hub for local […]

Philosophy Café – a space for sharing and exploring ideas….

Philosophy Café – a space for sharing and exploring ideas….

Posted on 22 September 2015 by Sarah Hughes

Community Gateway is to pilot its first Philosophy Café involving residents of Grangetown. The Philosophy Café will meet at local business Ice-cream Passion to share stories, discuss issues that are relevant to residents and explore the many truths that co-exist in […]

RIBA Trust Award for Community Gateway lead

RIBA Trust Award for Community Gateway lead

Posted on 11 August 2015 by Sarah Hughes

Mhairi McVicar and Neil Turnbull have been awarded a £10,000 RIBA Research Trust Award to investigate the value of the architect in a Community Asset Transfer.Supported by Cardiff University's Community […]

A walk around Grangetown

A walk around Grangetown

Posted on 11 August 2015 by Sarah Hughes

They say exercise is good for the soul and fantastic for getting the creative juices flowing, so on 9th April local Grangetown residents met with members of Cardiff University and […]

It’s all in the logo…

It’s all in the logo…

Posted on 6 August 2015 by Sarah Hughes

Cardiff University student, Rhiannon Leedam, has designed a fantastic new logo for Grangetown Community Action. Business Student, Rhiannon, has designed a brightly coloured logo which captures local residents taking action […]

Love Grangetown! Community Gateway’s bloggity blog….

Love Grangetown! Community Gateway’s bloggity blog….

Posted on 6 August 2015 by Sarah Hughes

Residents' 'dream' Grangetown If you are wondering what Cardiff University’s Community Gateway Project is all about then this is it – making Grangetown an even better place to live by […]

Local art project considers the past, present and future of disused spaces around Grangetown.

Local art project considers the past, present and future of disused spaces around Grangetown.

Posted on 6 August 2015 by Sarah Hughes

            Can 'Dis-used spaces' in the community be made into something thought-provoking and beautiful? A four day architectural – arts project involving students from Fitzalan […]

Grange gardens bowls pavilion – a recipe for success!

Grange gardens bowls pavilion – a recipe for success!

Posted on 6 August 2015 by Sarah Hughes

Community Gateway are working with Local Primary Schools and Grangetown residents who would like to see the Grange Gardens Bowls Pavilion converted into a community hub and café. We’re also […]