• The Living Wage - In a fantastic sucess for TCC the Diocese of St Asaph has announced every member of staff directly employed by the Diocese will now earn at least £7.45 per Hour.  To see the full press release please click here.  TCC will continue to pressure the Welsh Government to enact a Living Wage for Wales following the strong support given by 32 AMs at a 2008 seminar sponsored by TCC and UNISON and commitments made by local AMs in their 2011 election campaigns.
  • Participatory Budgeting - initiated in Wales by TCC, PB has now become mainstream in many public organisations in North Wales and beyond including Gwent Police, Denbighshire County Council Leisure Services and a number of Housing Associations and Community Councils.
  • Police Commissioner Accountability Meetings - We held an accountability meeting with all 5 Police and Crime Commissioner candidates at Trinity Presbyterian in Wrexham. 
  • Parkinson’s UK Specialist Nurse - After 5 years of campaigning, a specialist Parkinson’s nurse has been appointed to the Wrexham Maelor Hospital meaning that local patientients no longer need to travel 50 miles for specialist support.
  • Shotton traffic success - For many years the traffic situation in Shotton's High Street has been appalling which many people claim has always been bad, but made worse in 2000 when Flintshire County Council re-designed the high street and removed bus laybys, which meant total traffic congestion every time a bus pulled up to drop off or pick people up. The Deeside Get Fair & TCC group have been without doubt instrumental in getting the County Council to now re-design two loading laybys into bus stops which is certainly helping to alleviate some of the traffic congestion on Shotton High Street.