There will be FREE taster sessions in Conwy for Wheelchair Rugby, Para Power Lifting and Handcycling this month.
They will be run by Disability Sports Wales.
This is your chance to try something new for free.
Just click on the images to enlarge them for details.
For more information contact Mark Richards (Disability Sports Wales Development Officer) at Mark.Richards@conwy.gov.uk or on 01492 575593.
Mark is also looking for volunteers to help out with the sessions.
The latest Moving On Solutions Bulletin is now available in both English and Welsh.
Just click on the links to see it. Below that are MOS activity booking forms in both English and Welsh.
MOS Bulletin March 2017
MOS Bulletin CYMRAEG March 2017
MOS Activity Booking form March 2017
MOS Activity Booking form CYMRAEG March 2017
Venture Drama Group have exciting new equipment, props and clothing to help them tread the boards in style!
Thanks to a successful application to the Intermediate Care Fund, Venture Drama Group have been able to buy all the things in the photo.
These include a CD player, microphone and stand, an iPod, drama masks, blank CDs and polo shirts with the Venture Drama Group logo on them!
Here are the group trying all their new purchases out.
Venture Drama Group is a drama and expressive arts group for adults with a learning disability. To join in the fun with the rest of the gang and have a go on the new stuff just pop along on a Tuesday night.
For all the details of when and where the group meet, just click here
Funded by the intermediate Care Fund
We will be holding our next event in partnership with the
Down’s Syndrome Association “Your Love Life”
When? Tuesday 28th February 2017, 10.00am – 3.00pm
Where? Interchange 317–319 Abergele Road, Old Colwyn, Colwyn Bay LL29 9YF
Download flyer and booking form below
Flyer 28th Feb 2017 booking form 28 Feb 2017
Booking form 28th Feb CYMRAEG
Flyer 28th Feb 2017 CYMRAEG
The event will inform you about
- How to increase your confidence
- Enable you to discuss relationships
- Be aware of how to keep safe
By the end of the event we aim for participants to leave better informed and to be able to talk openly about their wishes.
This event is funded by the Intermediate Care Fund
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Some of our members made a short animated film with support from TAPE, in partnership with Conwy Connect for Learning Disabilities. The film tells people with learning disabilities about Smart Meters.
Smart meters do more than old gas and electricity meters. They can help you see how much gas or electricity you are using. You can have one fitted for free.
There are 2 parts to a smart meter:
- The new smart meter
- A display screen that shows you how much gas or electricity you are using and how much it costs.
Your gas or electricity supplier will contact you when they are ready to fit your new smart meter. You do not have to have one if you do not want to.
YOU can help out by answering a few simple questions about Smart Meters. Please click on the link below:
Smart Meter Questionnaire
For an Easy Read information leaflet about smart meters just click on the link below.