Adult Learning Wales is an adult education movement, committed to widening participation, promoting active citizenship and skills development, and providing the best quality learning, through a collaborative approach, working across the whole of Wales.
Aurora Trinity Collective is a group of artists who are women, a network and space that is safe and inclusive for these artists and for their children, and a project that nurtures friendships and bonds. Our definition of women is including trans-women, intersex people and non-binary people who relate to the experience of being a woman in some way.
Drop in Centre/Family
No woman should have to go through pregnancy, labour and birth on her own! We envision a world where every woman has access to the resources, she needs to feel healthy and empowered on the journey through pregnancy and into becoming a mother to a newborn baby. The Birth Partner Project provides volunteer birth partners who work in small teams to offer support and friendship to asylum-seeking and refugee women in the latter stages of pregnancy, throughout labour and birth, and the first eight weeks postnatally.
Blend is a weekly community coffee morning for refugees and asylum seekers. Running since September 2017, Blend has welcomed sanctuary seekers from 84 different countries so far. Each week we serve up delicious, homemade cakes alongside freshly brewed coffee and a range of teas. We provide a safe place to sit and chat, make friends and build community whilst also providing information, support and referrals to other local organisations and activities.
Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship for men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others recover from addiction. We come from various social, ethnic, economic, and religious backgrounds but what we have in common is addiction.
A local Cardiff based project for refugee and asylum seeking children and young people, under the age of 18 years. The afterschool and family activity sessions are funded by BBC Children in Need. It is hoped that children will experience a greater sense of happiness, that they will build stronger friendships and that they will have opportunities to have more fun as a direct result of taking part in the project.
Community Kitchen Garden
Global Gardens are developing an organic community kitchen garden. We have an orchard, herb garden, soft fruit patch, a veggie plot and a chill out velodome. We are also soon to erect a polytunnel and greenhouse. Garden sessions are open to all and there are always a range of tasks to suit your energy. Plus every last Tuesday of the month we have a shared supper at the Embassy Cafe, Cathays Community Centre.
Drop in Centre
Space4U supports asylum seekers and refugees at all stages of the asylum process, enabling them to integrate with the local community as easily and as soon as possible.
Drop in Centre / English Classes
STAR (Student Action for Refugees) is the national network of students building a more understanding and just society where refugees are welcomed and can thrive in the UK. Running in over 50 universities and colleges spread across the UK, STAR is coming to improving the lives of refugees and asylum seekers seeking a safer home here in the UK.
TGP Cymru is the leading Wales based Children’s Rights Charity, which supports and represents vulnerable children and young people through a range of projects, training and campaigning, working with some of the most vulnerable and marginalised children, young people and families in Wales. They may be experiencing difficulties in accessing appropriate services in health, education, or social care – these include children with disabilities, children with emotional health needs and children seeking asylum.
The Welsh Refugee Council provides a twice weekly, family group at Trinity through a project funded by BBC Children in Need. The project has been running since 2009 and currently works with children and young people living within the refugee and asylum system.
Worshipping together in this building since 2008, this language fellowship is welcoming for all speakers of the Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi languages. What started off with just a few Pakistani/Indian Christian families from the Cardiff and surrounding areas, has now becoming a large congregation of South Asian Christians from across South Wales. Services are led by the Revd. Irfan John (Synod Enabler, Culturally Diverse Congregations, Wales. Whilst the Church services are held every second and fourth Sunday of each month at the Trinity Centre, the Church services are otherwise held in Swansea, every first and third Sunday of each month.