PCSO Iona Beckmann has been busy in recent weeks working with partner agencies for the community of Amlwch.
PACT funding has been used to encourage intergenerational communication, working closely with Caru Amlwch and Housing Associations.
As part of Amlwch Community Pride, an afternoon tea was arranged for the Age Well clubs and warm spaces project in which board games were donated by Caru Amlwch.
In addition, PACT funding has been awarded to the warm spaces projects in Hwb Cemaes and also William Williams in Amlwch.
The funding will allow families and elderly residents to come together and enjoy an evening of craft along with a warm meal.
For the William Williams project, young people from Amlwch High School and local scouts group gave up a day in half term to assist in activities. They visited two care homes and took part in singing and dancing with the elderly residents. A dementia box was also donated to the care homes by Caru Amlwch.
PCSO Iona Beckmann said: “I’d like to say a huge thank you to PACT for the support that has been given to make community projects such as these possible.
“The warm spaces projects are an excellent opportunity to meet residents, stay warm and share food. This combats isolation and encourages a sense of community pride.
“I’d also like to thank Anglesey Housing officers who have made the projects a success.”
PCSO Beckmann will be attending the warm spaces projects which continue to run until the end of March.
We continue to support projects that aim to improve the community for everyone. If you have any issues or concerns, speak to your local PCSO.