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We are passionate about designing and facilitating our community projects and celebration events.

We are currently supported by:
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We are passionate about supporting and developing freelance artists and creative professionals, and are now able to co-produce and facilitate some innovative and truly amazing visions from our Soul Warrior brothers and sisters so that we can support local freelance professionals whilst supporting our communities. 




We have our fantastic new 'Vibe Tribe' project funded by the Arts Council of Wales to make sure that we keep engagement free at point of delivery for you each week until the end of March 2024.


Sessions are currently running on a Wednesday from 12-4pm at Place for You (The old Corus Club), Rowley's Drive, Shotton,  and Thursday 12-4pm at Rivertown Church, Shotton High Street. You can see from the example posters below that we have all kinds on offer each week from music, jamming, song-writing and singing to comedy, dance and exploring movement for wellbeing. There really is something for everyone, and everybody is welcome.




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Youth Tribe Project

We also have our wonderful Youth Tribe, with some limited spaces currently available (age 11-15, and 16-24 for peer mentors) if you would like to join our focus group to work on issues facing young people, whilst having fun, making new friends and learning some new creative skills. (You can see the impact report from our Youth Tribe Pilot project below).

We do loads of cool things from our 'Alternative prom' (see below!), to our 'Wicked Issues' youth led resource (see below). We have activities from music/jamming, songwriting, pool & chess, footy, crafting, karaoke jams and exploring learning new skills of all kinds 😁

We have a lovely programme linking in with our nature partners throughout the year in partnership with Mind Our Future and funded by The National Lottery and BCUHB. Take a look at our programme of events and get in touch with for more details.


Dad's & Lads: Mens Mental Health Project

Following the huge success of our World Mental Health Day 'Dad's & Lads' evening, we have been called to host regular hangouts to support mens mental health in our local community. We are busy creating a safe social place for music/jamming, pool, chess, non-competitive footy/rugby and the change to connect, chat and share.

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Nature based Wellbeing

We are delighted to be working with and supporting some amazing local Nature partners including Cat Rhug Holistic Farm, Halkyn Castle Woods and Campfire Cymru. Keep an eye on our socials for our current Nature based Wellbeing projects and events, and opportunities to get involved with our Nature partner's current timetable of activities.

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Our partners for Wellness

We are currently working in partnership with Cae Rhug Holistic Farm in Gwernaffield and Halkyn Castle Woods in Halkyn to bring together Nature Based Wellbeing, Art & Creative Therapies, Music Medicine and Holistic Interventions and are excited to be planning some fantastic new projects for 2024 and beyond!

We are delighted to be a partner for the Mind Our Futures Lottery project. Working with Youth Mental Health over the next four years across North East Wales

We are proud to be a founding member of Flintshire's Social Enterprise Partnership. Working across the county to support, innovate and grow our local Third Sector

We are delighted to be affiliated with one of our Tribe Ways to Wellbeing experts, Ben Calder and The Centre for Integral Health. Here you can access excellent quality learning and development to help you on your journey to optimum health and wellbeing.

Our annual community Consultation

Our services are community led, designed and developed and we hold our annual community consultation in January to shape the projects and events we run for the coming year. You can find the video recording and the full report here.

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