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Abergwyngregyn is a small village of only 100 households but one that has, through history, consistently punched above its weight.
Caroline White, 72, lives with her partner in Westbourne Grove, London. Originally from South Africa, Caroline has two children in their 40's and has lived in London for over 10 years.
Meet Cat Gregory. She’s a freelance assistant editor working in film and TV in London.
Creating new homes for Harare
The Housing Fund, started in 2011, aims to create 15,000 low-cost housing units in five years.
Elaine and Graham
Elaine and Graham live in West Yorkshire and share a lifelong interest in protecting the environment. The couple have been supporters of Ecology for many years.
hiSbe Food CIC
Created by the Anslow sisters, with financial support from a Triodos Bank loan, hiSbe is a new type of supermarket for the 21st century.
Nikki Mattei, 52, lives in Buckinghamshire with her husband and two daughters. She has been a supporter of a natural lifestyle for many years and has worked in the natural health sector since the
Sheffield Solar Community Share Scheme Launches
From 1st November, people in Sheffield and around the country will be able to invest in and benefit from community owned renewable solar energy produced in the city.
Sophie feels strongly about using her money for good. She is a health economist at a university and consequently understands the implications of systems that are run within a broken framework.
The Resilience Centre
One of the businesses leading the way in the win/win economy for local communities is The Resilience Centre, whose first community energy project was funded through Abundance.
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