How We Help

The Cedarwod Trust help the area in many different ways. We have a drop-in centre where everyone is welcome to pop in for a cuppa. Our children and family services offer a range of services to help support local families in the area. Our Elders services are geared towards helping older people and share their expereince with the rest of us and our community development activities are aimed to make the community stronger. Whatever help you require in the Meadow Well we will always try to help.

Drop-in centre

The Community Drop-in is the real hub of the community, encouraging people through the doors...

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Community development

The Cedarwood Trust exists to improve our Estate, to support people from the Estate to be the...

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Elders

Older people in our community have a wealth of knowledge, experience and skills. Our Elders...

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Family & Children Services

Our work with children and families has grown over the years to include: “Parents Plus” – offers support...

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2 weeks ago

Cedarwood Trust

What a week here at the centre.

We welcomed over 150 people to our first ever Cedarwood Panto with our friends at Blowin a Hooley and supported by the Stop Loan Sharks Team. We were delighted to be joined by the fantastic Jimmy Nail who came to view our performance this afternoon.

We have also had our AGM and annual Christmas light switch on which was heavily attended. Stalls, raffle and the big switch on by Kim Tserkezie.

We also say goodbye to our CEO Phil McGrath who leaves for pastures new. Phil has become well know for his passion to promoting a better world on the estate. Through his passion, kind heart, his dedication and his ability to overcome barriers has lead to some amazing work on the estate. We wish him the very best in his new role and thank you for all your hard work.

We welcome Wayne, our incoming CEO who joins the team in January and can’t wait to get started continuing the hard work the trust are dedicated in providing.
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