Things to do
Welcome to the 'Things to do' section on Gwynedd-Ni. Here we have information on what's going on across Gwynedd. So, click on the link to your area to see what's on!
Also we have information about things happening outside these areas. You can see these activities on this page:
Life Skills Traineeship
- 10 week project from middle May 2016 onwards.
Participants should be between 16 and 19 years old and taking part will give young people the chance to learn new skills, gain qualifications and recent experience which looks great for their CV’s and future prospects.
They will do all this whilst doing a range of practical ‘real tasks and jobs’ across local areas familiar to them as well as have sessions on cooking, arts and crafts and health and well being – So it’s a really varied jam packed project!
This traineeship has a real ‘hand holding’ approach and all travel expenses, lunch and all necessary protective clothing is included. As well as this there will be an ‘outdoor pursuits’ type team building activity day included at some point over the duration of the project (details to be confirmed)
Contact: Phone 01248 673450 or email email@example.com or Wendy.firstname.lastname@example.org
** Please note there are 10 spaces available on the traineeship, therefore places will be given on a first come first serve basis. Once referrals are made, arrangements can be made to meet or chat with potential participants.
See the poster at the end of this page
Put your stamp on Caernarfon
Stiwdio Frân Wen is inviting 16 to 25 year olds from the Caernarfon area to enroll in their free professional 5-week programme in web design, motion graphics, video editing and graphic design.
The course coincides with an exciting new regeneration project in Caernarfon.
Digital media specialist Rob Spaull will lead the 5-week placement:
“This model is different to traditional courses because we will be operating as a professional digital media studio with real clients and real commissions – getting the opportunity to put your STAMP on a vibrant new arts regeneration project in Caernarfon,” said Rob.
The course begin on Monday, 18 April, and will last for 5 weeks. All travelling costs will be covered.
For more information or to apply: email@example.com
or 01248 715048
See the poster at the end of this page
Closing date 4 April 2016
Venue Cymru, Llandudno
For more information about events at Venue Cymru, follow the link below: Venue Cymru website
Do you have an interest to be a part of 'Nothing of Photographer, Journalist or Designer?
The magazine DHFF-MAG now in their second year and is being considered like a 'Collectors Item' like the Caban.
Andrew Loskowsky from the New York Times and author of 'We Love Magazine' believes that designing image pictures and DHFF articles are 'Important Cultural Timecapsule.'
CELL B are holding interviews to choose a new crew to work on the mag, contact now to get an interview!! E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.cellb.org Telephone:
01766 832 001
North Wales Police
Calling on young people in North Wales!
Do you want to make a difference in your community? Do you have a good idea for a crime prevention project that will help make your community a safer place in which to live?
If so we want to hear from you.
Crimebeat is looking to support youth groups ages 5 to 25-years-old with grants of up to £500 to help make your idea come to life.
- Think of a problem, such as bullying, vandalism, graffiti or other community issue and an activity you can do that will reduce it
- Complete our simple application
- Send your application by email to: email@example.com
The High Sheriffs Commitee will consider your application and will let you know if you've been successful.
If you are, the rest it up to you to make your project happen.
Further information regarding Crimebeat is available via the website www.crimebeatnorthwales.co.uk
National Youth Theatre of Wales.
The national Youth Theatre of Wales are currently advertising auditions for they're summer residancy for young theatre makers, who will work alongside industry professionals to create, realise and perform a unique production which will then tour to venues in Wales. It's a fantastic opportunity!
The National Youth Theatre of Wales are trying to reach (16 - 21 years) who have a passion for acting or who love art & design, or who work on the lighting and/or sound, whether it is for their school or youth theatre productions.
If you are interested contact:
Tania Lucas: firstname.lastname@example.org