From the community up: a new way for market towns

From the community up: a new way for market towns

As part of this year's Eisteddfod AmGen events, Arsyllfa held a series of sessions relating to the economy in Wales. The first session ‘From the community up; A new way for market towns' was an opportunity to look at how some Welsh towns had been affected by Covid-19...

Rural recovery plan

Rural recovery plan

Aberystwyth University and the Welsh Local Government Association Rural Forum are working together on a rural recovery plan for Wales that will aim to deliver a new vision for rural Wales in 2030. The work is part of the pan-European ROBUST project, a European project...

What is Arfor?

What is Arfor?

Arfor is a socio-economic network of four Welsh counties, which will work in unison for the benefit and future of the Welsh language.  The concept has evolved over a number of years, largely by policymakers and language planners and will embody the counties of...

Using the Welsh language as part of your business

Using the Welsh language as part of your business

Already a thriving and living language in many communities, the Welsh language is used by an array of businesses not only in the workplace but while creating products and providing services. It’s an integral part of the business offer. A good example of how the Welsh...

Join the charter for Rural Network Wales

Join the charter for Rural Network Wales

Thoughts on a Charter for Rural Wales A network of independent organisations and individuals with extensive knowledge and experience of living and working in Rural Wales have come together to highlight the potential of our rural areas and seek support to capitalise on...