Who Are We?
TCC is a powerful alliance of diverse groups in North East Wales, acting on the basis of shared values.
TCC stands for Trefnu Cymunedol Cymru (Wales Community Organising) or Together Creating Communities. We are a broad-based organisation meaning we are made up of many different faith and secular groups. We work together to take action on issues affecting our local communities. A representative Strategy Group meets monthly and agrees democratically on the issues and actions to be undertaken.
We believe that democratic process requires informed & active citizenship and we offer training and support to enable everyone, especially the 'powerless', to tell their story.
TCC believes that:
- Every individual has a right to justice & to be treated with respect & dignity.
- Everyone should have the opportunity to participate in decisions affecting their lives.
- Everyone should contribute to the common good.
- Everyone CAN make a difference, have a voice, and have power when they work together.
Broad-based Community Organising: Groups of people organising themselves for action in the public realm for the good their families and communities. This ensures local communities have the power to affect decisions made about them. TCC trains leaders, with regular 24 hour and 5 day training (see our training page for details of the next course).
Our Members: We started in 1995 with just 7 member groups. We are ever expanding and currently have nearly 40 member groups including 21 churches of different faiths, 7 schools, the Wrexham Muslim Association, CAFOD, Get Fair and Transition Holywell & District.
If you are in a group in North East Wales interested in joining TCC, please contact our Lead Organiser to find out more.
TCC is a charity; we rely on grants and donations. To support TCC's work with a one-off or monthly donation please see this page.