What we do

Abergele Community Action is a voluntary organisation and registered Charity which delivers the following services to local people in Abergele and beyond.  Click on the logos for more information about each project.

Abergele District Foodbank

Established in 2013, we provide emergency food parcels to people in crisis whilst identifying the reasons for the crisis and supporting people to find suitable solutions.  We signpost people to other agencies that are able to help them to resolve the underlying cause of the crisis and end the need for food parcels.

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Abergele Community Money Advice


Established in 2018, we provide free, unconditional, fully confidential money advice and practical support to people from all walks of life. We help people overcome their money problems and make a fresh start on a stable financial footing free from the blight of indebtedness.  Appointments are necessary.

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Abergele Youth Shed

Formerly Abergele Youth Action established in 2001 and became Abergele Youth Shed in 2019, affiliated to Youth Shedz Cymru, we provide community based intervention aimed at those young people aged between 10 and 25 that are, or at risk of becoming, excluded from mainstream social, economic, educational and digital opportunities.  We do this by providing a range of activities and opportunities within a safe and friendly environment.

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Abergele Community Shop

Established as a Social Supermarket, the Community Shop will redistribute food, consisting of high-quality products that have been supplied by Fareshare. Fareshare is the UK’s national network of charitable food re-distributors, made up of 18 independent organisations, taking good quality surplus food from right across the food industry and supplying frontline charities and community groups.

This has been made possible by funding from the UK Shared Prosperity from the UK Government and administered locally by CVSC

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Established in partnership with Cynghorydd/Councillor Gwennol Ellis – Uwchaled and Cynghorydd/Councillor Nia Owen Llanwrst, Banc Bwyd Conwy Wledig is now one of our registered referral partner serving the rural areas of Conwy able to distribute emergency food parcels and support to people living in the rural areas of Conwy.  They also receive donations of food and financial gifts from the rural areas including chapels, pubs and schools!  

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