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Led by PLANED, this project has received funding through the Welsh Government Rural Communities - Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) and the Welsh Government and The Wales Community Food Hubs Initiative will respond to Covid 19 recovery and enable communities across South West Wales to access, healthy and affordable food.


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Abi joined PLANED in March 2019 as part of the LEADER funded Community Well-being and Resilience Project (CWBR). Following a successful pilot stage she supported the launch of the Lottery funded CWBR Youth Project. Abi came to PLANED with a lot of third sector and community engagement experience. and is now excited to be part of PLANED’s Wales Community Food Hub Distribution Initiative. 


She is a graduate of Social Inclusion (University of Wales Trinity Saint David) and brings qualifications and skills in training delivery, communication methods, volunteer management and much more. She is also a keen Welsh learner and currently at the Sylfaen level with LearnWelsh.

Abi is one of the Development Officers on the Wales Community Food Distribution project. Everyone is very welcome to contact Abi as she is keen to meet communities to chat about the benefits and uses of community food hubs and the project as a whole.

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WCFD Coordinator

Laura-Cait joined PLANED in March 2022 as Project Development Officer for Wales Community Food Hub Distribution Initiative.


She is a graduate of History (University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Lampeter) and is currently studying her MA in Heritage Practise there.

Prior to joining Planed, Laura worked for three and a half years in the Student Union Charity Sector, where she organised student opportunities, delivered training, as well as managed student staff and volunteers. Laura is a keen advocate of community outreach and engagement, previously redesigning club and society accreditation in this area as well as advocating for everyone to have the skills and training necessary for them to succeed.


In her spare time Laura runs her own Esty shop and has a shelf in a local café selling her jewellery, she is also part of the book fairy movement, spreading the love of reading around Wales. 

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Development Officer

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Project Support Officer



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