Phil Evans accepts Shop of Sanctuary Award

Swansea Oxfam shop wins UK award

Oxfam's shop in Castle Street, Swansea has won a national award  because of  the warm welcome it gives to refugees and asylum seekers in the city. ...

Spring in the air at Duffryn

The weather may still be chilly, but green shoots were showing at Duffryn Community Allotment in Newport where the first working day of the season got off to a flying start this week. 36 people...

Syria Vigil

Stand With Syria at the Temple of Peace in Cardiff ...

Cover of Are You Happy with That

Hearing the voices of people seeking sanctuary

A book of poems, essays and stories by people seeking sanctuary in Wales is being launched this week in the Sinclair Suite of Swansea's Liberty Stadium  'Are You Happy With...

DONATE AND HELP MOTHERS

Oxfam shops are calling on the people of Wales to donate their unwanted items. Over the next three months the UK government will match every pound raised by your items during January, February and...

Prince Charles at Duffryn Community Allotment

Royal visit for allotment project

The rain may have poured down, but spirits were high when volunteers at Duffryn Community Allotment welcomed HRH Prince Charles on an official visit  to Newport last Friday. The Prince...

What a difference a Goat makes

This year Oxfam has a number of wonderful Christmas gift ideas  to choose from for those of you looking for that something a little different. Archie the goat has proved an ever...

Hoe, hoe, hoe – it’s a festive allotment collage!

Green-fingered artists from an Oxfam Cymru partner project have won a national Christmas card competition with a festive design composed entirely of fruit and veg. Volunteers at the 'Plant...

Sanctuary learners

South Wales sanctuary-seekers help give others a voice

Women from Cardiff, Newport and Swansea who had to leave their home countries to start a new life in Wales are learning how to teach English. Thirteen refugee and asylum seeking women who...

Nail these lies about people in poverty, say Oxfam Cymru and the Church in Wales

The Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan, today called on people to 'stand up for what is right' when people in poverty are accused of being shirkers and skivers, and to...

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