Community Action Machynlleth & District
Known as CAMAD, established to mobilise volunteers to provide help and support, largely to older and less able people. Amongst its services, CAMAD runs a community car scheme, a lunch club, a meals on wheels project, and a one-to-one assistance scheme helping with dog-walking, or with shopping.
Links landowners and growers to make access to land for food production more possible and offer support in creating land matches and managing agreements.
The local regeneration organisation for the Dyfi Valley, in Mid Wales.
Edible Mach Maethlon
Creates edible growing spaces around Machynlleth with the support of community volunteers. Providing free food for all the community in public growing spaces.
Green Isle Growers
A growers co-operative of different producers in the Dyfi Valley area. Made up of several growing sites who produce chemical free food at a small-scale.
A marriage of three community food and gardening projects: Edible Mach, Dyfi Landshare and Green Isle Growers co-operative.
A former resident's site, devoted to Machynlleth and the Dyfi Valley.
Arts centre, exhibition centre and museum, housed in a former Wesleyan Chapel. Includes a history of the site, plus what's on details.
Owain Glyndwr Centre
National heritage centre built on the site of the famous parliament held in 1404 at which Owain was crowned Prince of Wales.
Plas Machynlleth Community
Offers details, images and maps of the area and highlights future events, local businesses and council meetings.
Highlights the offerings of this art gallery, which specialises in contemporary paintings and studio ceramics.
St Peter's Church
Offering details of worship at this local church, with information on the church's community involvement.
Y Plas Machynlleth
A grade II listed Georgian mansion, now hosting a restaurant, arts centre and conference facilities.
An overview of the school with class and lesson details, news and related school documents.