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Where next for resilient communities?

April 27th 2021

Find out about some of the key findings from our project on how to build economic resilience in the south Wales valleys and explore their implications in a post-covid world.


Image of Treharris in Merthyr Tydfil with kind permission of Lee Dare Photography 

Date:  Thursday 13th May 2021

Time: 10:00 – 11:30am

Location: online

What is it about?

This innovative project aims to develop and oversee the implementation of a new approach to economic resilience, both in the Valleys and across wider Wales. By doing so, it aims to increase financial well-being of people and the resilience of communities.

Why should you take part?

This event will highlight some of the key findings of the project as well as provide a discussion to explore their implications in a post-covid world. It will be an opportunity to discuss what’s familiar or what’s different from your own area of work including:

  • Prosperous valleys, resilient communities,
  • Anchor Towns,
  • Productive community assets: generating the benefits,
  • Transforming the valleys: a manifesto for resilience,
  • Social entrepreneurs and public bodies

How to get involved?

This is an invitation only event. Please get in touch with our Project Support Officer Lloyd Jones if you are interested in attending. You can email [email protected]

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