Woodland survival days at Margam Park
Wednesday 20 or Thursday 21 February 2013
9am – 2.30pm (free of charge)
Sign up for days packed full of fun filled outdoor activities in Margam Park. Organised by Youth Works as part of the Big Lottery funded Siaradwn Ni – Let’s Talk programme, the days are available to emotionally vulnerable young people aged 16 – 25, transport is also free and lunch will be provided.
A great opportunity to get out in the open and learn about the outdoors, meet new friends and boost confidence and self esteem, the days include a shelter building task, cooking over a campfire and competitions.
Free of charge for anyone living or working in Bridgend and Neath Port Talbot county boroughs,
Youth Works’ provide introductory and 10 week courses throughout the year to support emotionally vulnerable young people to improve their confidence, self-esteem and resilience, allowing them to understand and express their feelings to enable them to cope more effectively with life and stressful situations.
If you are aware of any young people who could benefit
call 07969270607 / 01656 727800 or email: email@example.com
to book or for further details.
One in four of us experience mental health problems at some time in our lives. The Siaradwn Ni – Let’s Talk programme supports people who are suffering from depression, anxiety, low self-esteem or self harming, reduces barriers to accessing support, promotes emotional wellbeing and works to reduce the stigma attached to mental health issues. Co-ordinated by BAVO (Bridgend Association of Voluntary Organisations) and Neath Port Talbot Council for Voluntary Service (NPTCVS), throughout the year, the programme holds free of charge courses throughout Bridgend and Neath Port Talbot county boroughs including suicide intervention training, emotional wellbeing courses and activities and provides access to counselling for those affected by suicide. For further information visit our website www.siaradwnni.org.uk or call 01656 810400.
We look forward to hearing from you,
Siaradwn Ni programme