About

Cornelly & District Development Trust

WHO WE ARE


CADDT is a community regeneration charity, based in North Cornelly, Bridgend, South Wales  We cover the whole of Bridgend County Borough with our activities and services but focus predominantly on the village of Cornelly.


We work with local people to improve community facilities and activities, and our volunteers gain valuable experience while benefitting the wider community with the work that they do.


CADDT works to improve the Social, Economic, Environmental and Cultural aspects of life in Cornelly and surrounding districts.


WHY CHOOSE US?


CADDT has many years experience of supporting the local community with:

Community events

Training

Social activities

Youth facilities

Employability support

IT Access

Room Hire

Community clean ups

Assistance to create self employment

Signposting to other agencies and organisations for specific support

Fareshare community food


OUR HISTORY


CADDT is a community based, regeneration organisation, working in a village whose livelihood had been dependent upon traditional patterns of industrial employment; a village that has faced and continues to endure major change.   CADDT was created  in 2005 by local people as a way of responding to social and economic deprivation within the area, issues that are as relevant today as they were 15 years ago.   The organisation is currently registered as a company limited by guarantee 05505171 and a registered charity 1158680. 

OUR VISION


CADDT, aims to be engaged in the social, economic, environmental and cultural regeneration of Cornelly and surrounding district; being community based and owned and working in partnership for a shared goal of a prosperous, healthy and skilled community.  

OUR CURRENT OBJECTIVES


  • Fundraising
  • Opening the Youth Centre
  • Serving the local community with food via Fareshare
  •  Refurbishing the premises and equipment
  • Increasing donations to Siop Y Bocs
  • Setting up a lawn mowing service
  • Charity Bag drops and collections across Bridgend
  • Increasing production and sales in the WOOOF project
  • Increasing footfall in the yellow building
  • Opening Playtime at Caddt
  • Opening a Job Club
  • Increasing the activities at Craft Club
  • Running a summer play scheme
  • Purchasing a mobile skate park
  • Improving our environmental impact
  • Reviewing our range of policies