The South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner’s Victims Fund Project Report

During this project we worked with individuals and family members who had been both directly and indirectly affected by crime in Cardiff, Bridgend and The Vale of Glamorgan in our ‘Creativity for Recovery’ project, funded by the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioners Victims’ Fund (Cronfa Dioddefwyr Comisiynydd yr Heddlu a Throseddu De Cymru). The project was so impactful for both participants and project facilitators that we decided to produce an end of project report and publish it here.

Pyle Day Centre Drama Group

Drama facilitators Alys Byrne and Gemma Alpine have been running a drama group for adults with learning disabilities every Monday afternoon at Pyle Day Centre, Bridgend. The group has been running since May and has gone from strength to strength with participants of all ages and abilities learning social and performance skills in a fun, safe and supportive environment.

Person-Centred Creativity Volunteer Blog – Maddy

I’ve recently taken part in Person-Centred Creativity Training (Nick Clements, Rhys Hughes & Katja Stiller). I could practically experience the therapy techniques that I’ll be helping to deliver. We looked at models such as the Johari Window, Positive Psychology and the Strength-Based Approach and took part in role play, dance and games.

Annual Report for 2016

We are proud to launch our on-line bilingual Annual Report for 2016. This vibrant design was created by Black Cat Design, who also created our Charity’s brand new bilingual website which was launched this year.