Summer Fun!

Summer Activity Program, Ceredigion Youth Service!

Ceredigion Youth Service will again this year embark on a comprehensive five week Summer Program of activities. Ceredigion Youth Service’s Summer Program 2018 will offer over 10 different projects, activities, workshops and events for young people aged 11-25 from across the county during the Summer Holiday.

Provisions this year focus on topics such as employability and upskilling, health and wellbeing, participation, integration, sport and leisure and the environment. Young People will have the opportunity to develop new and existing skills such as self-esteem, confidence, communication and problem solving, all in non-formal, fun environments where they were able to meet new people, gain accreditation and participate in a range of exciting activities.

Activities and workshops include water sports activity days, an upskilling and employability program, mountain biking, pottery, a nature activity day, an international exchange to Italy and a trip to Chester Zoo.

Principal Youth Officer for Ceredigion Youth Service, Gethin Jones, said ‘For a number of years, the Summer Program has proved a big success. It is of great importance to us that we continue to offer both targeted and open access opportunities for young people during school holidays, as well as term time, so that support and engagement is available to young people throughout the year.  The program offers a range of fantastic opportunities for young people from all across the county to get involved with, providing them with valuable opportunities and experiences that educate, build skills and develop confidence and esteem.”

Councillor Catrin Miles, the Cabinet member responsible for Learning Services, Lifelong Learning & Leisure said, “It’s pleasing to see Ceredigion Youth Service providing a quality service which is clearly beneficial to our young people over the Summer period. The activities are great opportunities not only to enjoy but also to develop educationally, personally and socially.”