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Christchurch CP School Hydroponics

Christ Church Hydroponics

Christchurch CP School Rhyl take possession of the first School desk based Hydroponic system As part of the ‘WCVA Landfill Project’ a desk based Hydroponic system, designed and built by G2G Communities CIC was delivered on Thursday 12th September, 2019 to Christchurch CP School, Rhyl. During July 2019 G2G Communities CIC delivered to over one hundred and eighty pupils as …

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Back to School! Our Training & Education

LEGO in Schools

Teachers! It’s never too early to get ready for the new School term. G2G Communities CIC provide bespoke courses and activities based around Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics (STEAM) subjects and the curriculum. We deliver training and education sessions in fun and exciting ways, making it ideal for those pupils that are disengaged with compulsory education or need additional …

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Rhyl – A Better Life Project

Rhyl A Better Life Cleanup

Our project is supported by the Wales Council for Voluntary Action; Welsh Government and Gwynt y Môr Community fund. Our goal is to reduce the amount of plastic being sent to landfill within the Rhyl and local district. We are working with schools, communities and businesses to collect discarded materials and provide a variety of educational ways that they can …

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13th April, Rhyl Community Litter Pick

Rhyl Beach Cleanup

Join us on Saturday for a Community Litter Pick with G2G Communities CIC, Surfers against Sewage & Keep Wales Tidy Come and stretch your legs, get some exercise and help the environment at the same time. When? Saturday 13th April 2019, between 10.00 to 12.00 Where? Meeting at Crazy Golf Drift Park on Rhyl Promenade – LL18 1HH at 10am …

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Rail Safety LEGO Education

Rail Safety LEGO Education

We had two great days with pupils, British Transport Police and Network Rail at Bodnant Community School highlighting possible dangers when crossing, or playing near, a rail way line or at the station. Pupils had an input from the British Transport Police (btp.police.uk) and Network Rail (networkrail.co.uk), then were able to think about the dangers and recreate them in LEGO. …

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The Benefits of Play – Free Research Paper

LEGO Story Starter

An occasional paper by Dr William Lockitt Intended Audience The paper is aimed at raising awareness to the importance of play in education and highlight some of the current research available. It is hoped that teachers, parents, home educators and others interested in developing play activities will find it useful. Use the links at the end of the paper to …

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Agored 3D Printing & Recycling Qualifications

Kirsty Williams with Plastic Shredder

G2G Communities CIC is extremely pleased to be the first organisation in Wales to offer Level 1 qualifications in 3D printing and Recycling. Two AGORED qualifications have been written by Dr William Lockitt (Director) and are now available on the AGORED/CQFW framework. Moira Lockitt (Director) said: ‘With the support of the Gwynt y Môr Community Fund G2G Communities CIC was …

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Kirsty Williams, Cabinet Secretary for Education visits G2G Communities CIC

Kirsty Williams - Cabinet Secretary for Education

The Directors of G2G Communities CIC, Moira Lockitt and Dr William Lockitt, were pleased to welcome the Cabinet Secretary for Education, Kirsty Williams AM to G2G Communities on Thursday 4 October 2018. During the visit Ms Williams had the opportunity to talk to pupils from Christchurch CP School and Prestatyn High School about their experiences of using LEGO Education resources …

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G2G Communities CIC Achievements & Impact in 2017

Moira & Bill Lockitt 4 Years Bee & Station

We’ve had an extremely busy 2017 – check out some of our highlights below of what we’ve been up to. Follow us on facebook.com/G2GCommunitiesCIC and join our newsletter to stay up-to-date and get the latest. Here’s a quick summary, click a button to jump to the relevant section for more information. 4 Years in the Bee & Station Business Centre Local philanthropic entrepreneurs Moira …

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Official Launch of the Plastic Shredder at the Sustainable 3D Printing Centre

We would like to thank the Rhyl Town Council Mayor, his Consort and members of Denbighshire County Council for starting off the plastic recycling project by pressing the button on the new plastic shredding machine. The programme of 3D printing and recycling activities has been supported by Gwynt y Mor Community Fund, Innogy Renewables UK Ltd through the Rhyl Community …

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