Saturday, 24 September 2022

'Falls Awareness Week'

 




Too many older people continue to suffer in silence and live in fear of falling. Don't be too proud to acknowledge a problem. There's no shame in asking for help. Be prepared to talk this falls awareness week

Mae gormod o bobl hŷn yn parhau i ddioddef mewn distawrwydd ac yn byw mewn ofn cwympo. Peidiwch â bod yn rhy falch i gydnabod problem. Does dim cywilydd gofyn am help. Byddwch yn barod i siarad wythnos codi ymwybyddiaeth cwympiadau

www.ageconnectswales.org.uk/falls

 www.agecymru.org.uk/falls

 www.careandrepair.org.uk/falls

 

#FallsAwareness2022

Friday, 23 September 2022

'Falls Awareness Week'

 




It’s important to understand why people fall as they get older and what can be done to prevent falls. There are a huge number of factors to consider. Take a look

Mae’n bwysig deall pam mae pobl yn cwympo wrth iddynt heneiddio a beth ellir ei wneud i atal cwympiadau. Ma’ na nifer fawr o ffactorau i’w hystyried. Cymerwch gip

 

www.careandrepair.org.uk/falls

 www.ageconnectswales.org.uk/falls

 www.agecymru.org.uk/falls

 

 #FallsAwareness2022

The feel good Factory open day!


 

Thursday, 22 September 2022

The Romani Cultural and Arts Company - FREE ADMISSION: Sites of Inclusion: Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Participation in the Arts Sector

 


When: Monday 24th October from 12.30pm – 5pm 

Where: The Riverfront, Kingsway, Newport, NP20 1HG 

FREE ADMISSION: Places are free but please try to book in advance as capacity in our studio theatre is limited

 The Romani Cultural & Arts Company (RCAC) is pleased to announce the launch of a new report titled Sites of Inclusion: Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Participation in the Arts Sector of Wales, which comprises new research conducted by The Romani Cultural & Arts Company and commissioned by the Arts Council of Wales. This new study offers insight into the level of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller participation and inclusion within the Arts Sector of Wales with the aim of optimising opportunities for engagement with Gypsy, Roma and Traveller audiences, artists and arts professionals. This research also aims to support The Welsh Government’s goal to achieve an Anti-Racist Wales by 2030 through their Race Equality Action Plan.  

 This exciting conference will feature speakers and academics from Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities and follows in the footsteps of The Romani Cultural & Arts Company’s ground-breaking community engagement work to date. The Sites of Inclusion report expands the work of the Romani Cultural & Arts Company by finding new ways to engage Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities with the wider public in ongoing dialogue about the ways in which art continues to inform our lives today.

We anticipate that this exciting half-day symposium will generate great interest so please book your place early by register on Newport Livehttps://www.newportlive.co.uk/en/events/09f36a1b-5828-ed11-80e6-00505601006a/

 

 

Social Farms & Gardens Awards

 

Every year, as part of its Community Land Advisory Service (CLAS), Social Farms & Gardens present 15 community led projects with a community management award. Funded by Welsh Government, Social Farms and Gardens  are now on the lookout for projects who are small or in their early stages but are doing positive things for their community in Wales. Take a look at their Awards Page and be inspired. Link to Awards Page



Wednesday, 21 September 2022

'Falls Awareness Week'

 


Did you know that falls are NOT an inevitable part of growing older? Most falls can be prevented. Prevent a fall today

Oeddech chi'n gwybod NAD yw cwympiadau yn rhan anochel o heneiddio? Gellir atal y mwyafrif o gwympiadau. Atal cwymp heddiw

 www.ageconnectswales.org.uk/falls

 www.agecymru.org.uk/falls

www.careandrepair.org.uk/falls

 

 #FallsAwareness2022

New online Psychology Course!

 New online Psychology Course 

MSTEAMS

TUTOR - LIVE CLASSE EACH WEEK.

STARTING WEDNESDAY 28TH SEPT – 6 WEEKS

ONLINE – 9.30-12PM

 

 For more info contact : Leane.saunders@adultlearning.wales

 

OR TO ENROL – PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK:

https://www.adultlearning.wales/en/course/48326

Tuesday, 20 September 2022

Last chance to make a nomination for the Welsh Charity Awards

 


It’s your last chance to make a nomination for the Welsh Charity Awards and highlight the amazing work of the voluntary sector and volunteers.


In light of the sad passing of Queen Elizabeth II, we have extended the deadline for those wishing to nominate a voluntary organisation or volunteer for the Welsh Charity Awards. The new deadline is 5 pm on 27 September 2022.

The Welsh Charity Awards, organised by WCVA, recognise and celebrate the fantastic contribution charities, community groups, not-for-profits and volunteers make to Wales by highlighting and championing the positive difference we can make to each other’s lives.

This is your opportunity to celebrate charities, community groups and voluntary organisations that you feel have gone above and beyond to offer compassion and support as well as vital services within your community.

Closing date for nominations – 5 pm, 27 September 2022

  • Volunteer of the year (volunteers aged 26 or over)
  • Young volunteer of the year (volunteers aged 25 or under)
  • Digital pioneers
  • Wellbeing in Wales
  • Organisation of the year
You can make your nominations by visiting walescharityawards.cymru.




Meet the Funders 21st September at VAMT



How Digital Tools can Support people in the Cost-of-Living Crisis

 



Training will take place @11am on Monday 10th October in the VAMT offices

Please click on the link to register – spaces will be limited https://forms.gle/f6xBjJmr489fFCEX6