Clubs & Societies

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    Tools For Self Reliance Cymru (TFSR)

    TOOLS FOR SELF RELIANCE CYMRU collects old and unwanted hand tools from all over the UK. We clean repair and sharpen them, and send tool kits to grass roots community groups in several African countries.

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    Crickhowell Choral Society

    The Crickhowell Choral Society was founded in 1981 by a local GP David Hiley who persuaded any of his patients who said they could sing to join him in creating a choir. From this small group, many of whom are still members, a strong society of some 50 to 60 singers has evolved.

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  • Crickhowell Dial-a-Ride

    A transport service for the over 60’s or those of any age that are disabled. We have a 9 seater mini-bus operated by volunteers from the Crickhowell Resource and Information Centre. The office in CRiC is open mon, weds, thur, fri 9am-12pm

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    Percy Davies Trust

    Could the Percy Davies Trust help your organisation?

    The Trustees are able to offer grants to groups and organisations which are based in Crickhowell.

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    Crickhowell & District Civic Society

    A non-political organisation which aims to conserve and enhance the natural and architectural beauty of Crickhowell and the surrounding villages

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  • Crickhowell and District Community Partnership CIC

    This project is to provide high quality community based sporting facilities for which it is intended to serve the rural communities of Crickhowell and surrounding areas.

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    Crickhowell and District Horticultural Society

    Established in 1977, the Crickhowell and District Horticultural Society organises an annual programme of talks, trips and events.

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    Crickhowell Volunteer Bureau

    The Crickhowell Volunteer Bureau is situated in the centre of Crickhowell town and covers the area of Crickhowell Town and the surrounding villages of Bwlch, Cwmdu, Vale of Grwyney, Llanbedr, Llangattock, Llangenny, Llangynidr and Tretower.

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