Monthly Archives: October 2013

Affordable Fruit and Veg

A food co-op is a more affordable way to buy your fresh fruit and vegetables as well as being healthy and sustainable. It’s an affordable alternative to the supermarkets and money spent though a food co-op is re-invested into the local community plus there is less waste, less packaging and fewer food miles which has to be good news.

How do I order from a food co-op? (more…)

School Attendance

Every lesson counts, every school day counts!

As a new school year begins BRG Communities 1st would like to remind all parents and carers in the Butetown, Riverside and Grangetown areas of the importance of school attendance. Schools are being asked to make a increased effort to raise awareness of the impact that absences from School can have on their attainment. We invite parents and carers in supporting s BRG Communities 1st to contribute to improving attendance performance levels in the schools within the BRG Communities 1st cluster. (more…)


StoptoberStoptober starts today!

Stoptober, ┬áthe 28-day stop smoking challenge is here again and is also here in Wales this year, backed by a whole host of celebrities, sports personalities and big-name organisations who will be providing encouragement to quitters across the country. (more…)