Meet the finalists from Wales.



Name of the Project

Community Building

African Community Centre, Swansea, Wales

A Christian organisation providing a central meeting point, promoting welfare and understanding of all African people residing in the Swansea area. Working tirelessly to support refugees and other disadvantaged people of all faiths.

Community Building

Tavs/TAV Centre (Glenwood Faith Community)

Tavs is a community centre for people in need. The centre is run by Glenwood Faith Community and is the hub of a range of projects run by different organisations and churches. It is situated in the heart of Cardiff on Tavistock Street, just off City Road in Roath.


Cardiff Christian Healing Ministry

Many broken people in the city, but no local agency equipped to offer prayer ministry. It was out of this need that CCHM was born.

Our vision is to see the church in Cardiff and the surrounding area fulfil the commission given by Jesus to his disciples, to preach the good news, heal the sick, and in doing so becomes a place brimming with abundant life.

Older People

Worship Well

An exciting new church-run project in Cardiff supporting people with dementia and carers in worshiping God, enjoy fun and food with people from the local community.

Social Justice

Red Community

Red CommunityStarted in Cardiff in 2013 as a prayer meeting for those affected by human trafficking and prostitution grown into a strategic, gospel-centred freedom movement. Passionately, prayerfully, creatively combating human trafficking in Wales.

Social Justice

Matthew's House

Matthew's House provides hospitality and hope in the heart of Swansea and one of its most deprived areas(located on the High Street recently labelled as the worst crime ridden High Street in Britain by the Daily Mail and Sun).

Work with the Disadvantaged

Rainbow of Hope

A Cardiff based Christian charity reaching out to the homeless and disadvantaged people including asylum seekers and refugees.

Work with the Disadvantaged

The Well

Youth and Children's Work

The Amber Project (Church Army)

The Amber Project exists to support any young person (aged 14-25) in Cardiff and in the surrounding areas who has experience self-harming.


Youth and Children's Work

Llandudno Youth for Christ

Sharing the gospel with young people by standing by them and loving them.

Hosting Bible studies, youth group, gatherings with youth leaders from North Wales.


The Royal Hotel (Cardiff) was the venue for The Love Britain and Ireland Awards for Wales on Friday 19th June.

Here are a few pictures from the night and some of our Finalist going on to the finals later in the year (October) in London.


Browse through the pictures of Love Britain + Ireland events in other regions here. 


The Love Britain + Ireland Award for...

  • Community Building
    Awarded to an outstanding project building relationships with people and communities of different faiths.
  • Work with the Disadvantaged
    Awarded to an outstanding project reaching and supporting people struggling in our communities.
  • Inclusion
    Awarded to an outstanding project supporting and serving people with additional needs.
  • Start up projects
    Awarded to an outstanding project which has been launched since 1st October 2016.  
  • Work with Older People
    Awarded to an outstanding project serving and supporting older people in the local community.
  • Social Justice
    Awarded to an outstanding project which has sought to bring about a real change in community life through a local campaign
  • Youth and Children's Work
    Awarded to an outstanding project that is transforming the lives of children and young people in a local community.