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Guest blog by volunteer Beth Cox

Beth Cox

I went to my first ever SHARE With Schools Project event early in my second year and I was terrified: terrified I wouldn’t know what to say, terrified the kids wouldn’t listen; terrified I knew nothing about the Romans. 721 more words


Transferring assets to the voluntary sector

At the Good Practice Exchange we try to ensure that events we’ve held aren’t the end point for any topic we work on. We try and share ideas, resources and perspectives to hopefully start some conversations and encourage people to identify opportunities to improve their work. 489 more words


Trosglwyddo asedau i’r sector gwirfoddol

Mae’r Gyfnewidfa Arfer Da yn ceisio sicrhau nad yw’r digwyddiadau a gynhaliwyd gennym yn golygu mai dyna ddiwedd y daith i bwnc rydym yn gweithio arno. 569 more words


Lost in...Radyr (Cardiff Corinthians)

Cardiff Corinthians v Caerau

Riverside Football Ground / Welsh League Division Three / 27th December 2014

Christmas time = football time.

Having had a week back home in the South Wales valleys without football and indulging in all the festivites that Christmas brings with it, I decided that in the days following Christmas I was going to have a football binge with 3 games in 3 days. 1,726 more words

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Digging Communities | Connected Communities Festival Part I: The Virtual Trench

In the first of three blog posts, Caer Heritage Project Lead Artist Paul Evans looks back on three creative projects that he was involved in co-curating for the… 309 more words

CAER Heritage Walking Trails Launch (Saturday 03 May)

CAER Heritage Project, a joint project between Cardiff University and the local community, are launching a series of Heritage Walking Trails around Ely & Caerau… 135 more words