Join the CHYPs! Ceredigion Heritage Youth Panel to help us run ‘Ceredigion Off-limits?’
The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales is currently running a youth project in North Ceredigion, ‘Unloved Heritage: Ceredigion Off-limits?’.
Are you, or someone you know, between 14 and 25 years old? Like history? Love geography? Or enjoy being creative? With an exciting programme and a chance to develop a range of skills, including photography, researching the county’s landscape and buildings, creating sound and film, budgeting, acting, creating art, mapping and loads more…..you will choose and plan!
Highlights from the youth panel’s successful first year include: an exhibition at St Fagan’s in Cardiff; winning highly commended in the ‘Heritage Angel Awards Wales’; recording a unique farmhouse and mine site, and representing the project at the Royal Welsh Show.
So, join the panel to get inspired and to look after the heritage that is important to you. We meet every Thursday evening 16:30 – 19:00.
Thursday 29th November
Come along to the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, in the National Library of Wales building, on Thursday 29th November at 16:00. Meet the other panel members and be inspired. Food FOR FREE!
We hope to see you on the 29th, but if you can’t make it and still want to join the panel, just let me know.
For further information please contact:
01970 621200 / 0779270082
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Unloved Heritage: Ceredigion Off – limits?
‘Ceredigion Off-limits?’ is a three-year youth led project run by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales. The aim is to use archaeology and creative activities to engage and empower young people and their communities to record, interpret, manage and protect nineteenth- and twentieth-century heritage sites in North Ceredigion.
The Ceredigion Off-limits? project is part of ‘Unloved Heritage?’, a youth programme taking place across Wales, led by CADW and funded by the Heritage Lottery.
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