St Francis of Assisi - Llay

Christ the King - Rossett

Llay-Rossett Parish Wrexham, North Wales
TCC

The parish has been in membership of TCC since 1995.


TCC is made up of thirty two groups across North East Wales, largely faith based, from a range of denominations, the Wrexham Mosque, schools, including St Joseph’s and St Richard Gwyn, a disability group and Flintshire Friends of the Earth.  TCC works on issues that are of concern to its member groups.  Working this way strengthens community and the democratic process.  TCC also offers training courses in Community Organising, which is what Barack Obama is famous for before he became a lawyer and then ran for president.

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This last year TCC has been involved in many campaigns, including:


- Participatory Budgeting - initiated in Wales by TCC, PB has now become mainstream in many public organisations in North Wales and beyond including Gwent Police, Denbighshire County Council Leisure Services and a number of Housing Associations and Community Councils.


- Health Services Review - in response to TCC's intervention involving 2 Welsh Assembly AMs, The Betsicadwaladr University Health Board Trust has withdrawn proposals for cuts in maternity and children’s services at North Wales’ hospitals and gone back to the drawing board.


- Accountability Meetings - we held accountability meetings in 4 constituencies prior to the Welsh Assembly elections.  Relationships were established with all the successful candidates.  The meeting in Delyn constituency was hosted and chaired by the Sixth Form pupils of St. Richard Gwyn High School, Flint.


- Parkinson’s UK Specialist Nurse - after 5 years of campaigning, a specialist Parkinson’s nurse has been appointed to the Wrexham Maelor Hospital meaning that local patients no longer need to travel 50 miles for specialist support.


- Living Wage - Following TCC’s work with UNISON locally to compile a report about wages in Wrexham, revealing how many were not receiving a living wage, a group of over 600 women employed by the local council have now been lifted to above £7 per hour.

Anyone interested in finding out more about TCC or getting involved with their work can contact them on 01978 262588, or via their website - www. tcc-wales.org.uk