We are Grasshopper

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We are Grasshopper. A communications agency with a creative edge and commitment to engaging communities. We aim to deliver positive change to the world around us.

We help organisations to connect with people and to partner with their communities to transform where they work and live. Our aim is to work with communities to deliver better projects and lasting social value.

About us

Who we work with

Natural Resources Wales – Flood management and the climate crisis

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Transport for Wales – Snowdonia Sustainable Tourism Strategy

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Welsh Government – Creating a global centre of rail excellence

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Pennant Walters – Mynydd Carn-y-Cefn Wind Farm

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Neath Port Talbot Council – encouraging the public to leave the car at home

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Grasshopper Glow Up

We’re really excited to reveal Grasshopper’s fresh new look, complete with a shiny new website (which, if you’re reading this,…

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Tackling the engagement gap: the importance of community engagement in shaping our places

The brief As a specialist in community engagement, Grasshopper wanted to understand how effectively people were being engaged in new…

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Cymraeg + COVID = ?

It may have been a sudden marriage between the pandemic and remote technology but it had an extremely positive effect on adult learners.

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Life in the Slow Lane: Everyday Sustainability

Sometimes it’s daunting to think about our role in the climate crisis – but the smallest things make a difference….

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Good Management – What it looks like and how to deliver it.

Last week I had the privilege of joining a panel with four members of Women in Planning for an online webinar talking about what is good management – what it looks like and how to deliver it.

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