We are looking to employ a Playworker for Carmarthenshire to support and develop the co-ordination of children and young people’s play in the county.
The Playworker will develop, provide and supervise a wide range of play activities, enhancing and enriching the play experiences of children and young people, whilst recognising that they should take the lead in their play.
CCIS is able to offer funding for children not eligible for Statutory Services to receive 1:1 support at a recreational setting of their choice.
Worcester-based Tropical Inc www.tropicalin.com are returning to the Garden to show off their incredible collection of creatures on Tuesday and Wednesday, 28-29 August 2012
The Children’s Commissioner for Wales will spend five days this summer visiting some of Wales’ 150 Communities First areas in an attempt to recruit new community ambassadors for his office. On 13th August, Keith Towler will visit various projects including Purple Routes at Morfa Spray and Play park from 10.30am-12.30pm.
The fund will support separated families and help them to collaborate in the best interests of their children. Following publication of the full procurement documentation during week commencing 16 July 2012, the DWP will be holding events in London (24 July), Cardiff (25 July) and Edinburgh (27 July) to explain the Innovation Fund requirements more fully and to answer questions from interested bidders. If you are interested in attending one of these events you can register your interest now by e-mailing your name, contact information and event location preference to: email@example.com.
We have qualified, responsible staff to engage young people in activities and projects tailored to their needs. We have great facilities based in a safe environment open Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 12-8 and Saturday 12-6.
Exciting play resources to buy or hire from Purple Routes
This month we have Anthony Maynard, Children’s Services and Jonathan Hughes, Transition Team Manager, coming along to answer any questions parents may have.
The Purple Routes Play Project is a staffed open access play provision providing resources for children to play with in their local parks and open spaces.