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M-SParc present Sue Gray with report on visit to north Wales

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After working tirelessly to deliver a number of exciting projects funded by the UK Government’s Community Renewal Fund (CRF), M-SParc welcomed Permanent Secretary Sue Gray to north Wales today to present her with a report on all of the work that has taken place so far.

The M-SParc team took the opportunity to discuss a wide range of projects at the park being supported by the CRF, from the Skills Academy to Miwtini Bach to Low Carbon projects and much more.

Following the visit, M-SParc Managing Director Pryderi ap Rhisiart said:

“It was great to welcome UK Government Permanent Secretary Sue Gray to M-SParc today to share our work with her on all the exciting projects our team have been developing in recent times.

“There was real enthusiasm from the Permanent Secretary for what we’ve been doing so it was great to hear that and have the opportunity to introduce her to members of our Skills Academy and some of the other CRF-funded projects taking place at M-SParc at the moment, such as the Miwtini Bach Finals which featured over 200 primary school pupils from across the island.”

You can download and view our report to Permanent Secretary Sue Gray here!

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Tom Burke

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Tom used to work at the KFC in his hometown of Colwyn Bay before it mysteriously burned down. He then spent several years “on the lam” in East Germany, where he worked as an animator in Berlin. When the wall fell, Tom came home.

He enjoys climbing and hates ice-skating.