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CPD Crymych Football Club raised £175 from 4 supporters


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Closed 11/09/2023

raised of £1,500 target by 4 supporters

    Weʼve raised £175 to help to cover the legal cost of buying Tafarn Crymych Arms and reopen the historic pub as a hub for the village and surrounding area.

    Funded on Monday, 11th September 2023

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    Cymdeithas Budd Cymunedol yw CPD Crymych sydd yn gobeithio prynu Tafarn Crymych Arms. Mae’r Clwb Pel Droed (sefydlwyd yn 2019) yn gobeitho ail agor y dafarn i’r gymuned yn ogystal â chreu cartref parhaol i’r clwb.

    CPD Crymych is a Community Benefit Society hoping to buy Tafarn Crymych Arms. The football club (established in 2019) are hoping to reopen the pub for the local community and also create a permanent home.


    • To ensure the development of the football club – CPD Crymych allowing it to raise funds to buy Tafarn Crymych Arms for locals to use as a community hub.

    • To reopen Tafarn Crymych Arms as an important community asset at the heart of the community.

    • To provide a place for people of all ages to socialise.

    • To provide a comfortable and welcoming space for use by local organisations.

    • To hold sporting events, meetings and social evenings.

    • To support local businesses and form partnerships with local companies and organisations.

    • To offer drinks and restaurant meals, using local produce.

    • To secure employment and training opportunities for local people, young and old, and support them to fulfil their potential both sportingly and socially.


    We want the football club to continue to bring benefits to the local sporting community and to purchase Tafarn Crymych Arms for:

    • Culture

    - A vibrant place to strengthen our cultural identity and heritage

    - A place to meet, share experiences and learn from others

    - A place to promote and support the Welsh language

    • Sport

    - A place to develop new sports initiatives and socialise over a pint

    - Work in partnership with other sports organisations in the area on joint initiatives for the health and well-being of local people

    - Support with tackling adverse mental health issues

    • Society

    - A place to socialise over a pint

    - A meeting place for a wide range of clubs, groups and societies

    - A safe place that's accessible and welcoming to help tackle social isolation in a rural community

    • Economy

    - Create employment opportunities for local people

    - Create work opportunities for local craftsmen and traders

    - Support local food and drink producers



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      Page last updated on: 6/2/2023 18.15



      • Anonymous


        Jun 2, 2023


      • Rhys Davies (Cwmbach)

        Rhys Davies (Cwmbach)

        May 30, 2023


      • Becca a Icaro tinti

        Becca a Icaro tinti

        May 27, 2023

        Pob lwc bois x


      • Ann Morgan

        Ann Morgan

        May 18, 2023


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      CPD Crymych Cyf. is the mutual Society formed by local people to develop sporting and wellbeing activities in the area To secure & safeguard the future of Tafarn Crymych Arms in Crymych, to ensure it continues to act as a genuine community hub which benefits the local community.

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