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Who’s making this this project happen?

The project is run by the cultural facilitation organisation Coleridge Cymru. Coleridge Cymru was founded by Richard Parry and has considerable experience organising community led events and projects in Wales, including the 80-day Coleridge in Wales Festival in 2016, and producing the opening show Carnifal y Môr for the National Eisteddfod’s visit to Cardiff in 2018. Coleridge Cymru have been working in partnership with the Diocese of Llandaff and Visit Wales to make an invitation to all communities to join in the discovery of the landscapes of faith.

How is the project funded?

This project is supported by the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme through Visit Wales, and with a grants from the Allchurches Trust and the Moondance Foundation.

Is it just South Wales?

We’ve started here in South Wales, and if you live in South Wales we’d love you to follow the project and get involved. But the rest of Wales also holds wonderful and vitally important treasures in the landscape of faith. We’d love to conduct more landscapes of faith community treasure hunts in Wales and around the world.

Do we pay to be involved?

No. It doesn’t cost anything to be involved. Most activity, walks, drop-in sessions, explorations will be free. There may be occasional concerts with small admission charges for tickets but they will be low-cost and accessible. The idea is to involve as many people as possible – there is no charge for most activity.

Can we suggest our event?

Yes! We’d love you to hold some sort of walk, concert, meeting, activity that celebrates you local landscape of faith. We’ll come along, tell you about the project, listen and learn and help to build your local landscape into the treasure hunt, so that other people can come to where you live and discover it.

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