49 Photos - Dec 7, 2011
Photo: Young people from Ysgol Gyfun Pantycelin celebrating work achieved at Llandovery as a result of the Carmarthenshire youth service initiated project and workshops facilitated through Arts Care Gofal Celf artist, Veronica Gibson.Photo: Young people from Ysgol Gyfun Tregib show off their new artwork at Llandeilo train station alongside Carmarthenshire youth worker, Karen Morris and Arts Care Gofal Celf artist, Teena Gould.Photo: After school club children in our wonderful urban garden. We provide quality childcare, in a nurturing and stimulating environment, enabling parents to seek and maintain employment in the knowledge that their children are thriving. (Southville Community Development Association)Photo: Take Epilepsy Action campaign in cities across the UK, raising awareness of types of seizures and first aid for seizures.Photo: A day in the life of Recyke y'Bike at the Newcastle Green Festival June 2011. Dealing with enquiries on the stall. (Recyke y'Bike)Photo: (Recyke y'Bike)Photo: (Recyke y'Bike)Photo: (Recyke y'Bike)Photo: Winning Photo - (Recyke y'Bike)Photo: (Recyke y'Bike)Photo: (Pet Respect)Photo: Celebrating the receipt of a cheque for £50,000 from the Peoples Millions.  This successful bid made possible our new Waterside Centre where we base our activities. (East Anglian Sailing Trust)Photo: Winning Photo - Orangutan Appeal UKPhoto: Spinal ResearchPhoto: Spinal ResearchPhoto: Winning Photo - Hearts&MindsPhoto: Berkshire MS Therapy CentrePhoto: Berkshire MS Therapy CentrePhoto: Berkshire MS Therapy CentrePhoto: Berkshire MS Therapy CentrePhoto: SONY DSC                     Photo: Berkshire MS Therapy CentrePhoto: Berkshire MS Therapy CentrePhoto: Berkshire MS Therapy CentrePhoto: Hearts&MindsPhoto: Take Epilepsy Action campaign in cities across the UK, raising awareness of types of seizures and first aid for seizures.Photo: Spinal ResearchPhoto: Orangutan Appeal UKPhoto: Pet RespectPhoto: Pet RespectPhoto: Pet RespectPhoto: Pet RespectPhoto: Spinal ResearchPhoto: Friendships being made at St Georges House (SGH) Outdoor Activity Centre in Devon this year.  In July Eikon took a group of young people away on a personal development residential to make friends, face fears and overcome challenges.  The aim of the trip was also to improve physical health and sustainable emotional wellbeing.Photo: Winning Photo - (Bridges) Mother’s Matter was a learning and action project for local schools. Teachers and pupils learned about the lives of mothers and children in poorer countries. Especially, the lack of healthcare and the challenges of giving birth safely and keeping babies healthy.Photo: Winning Photo - Resolve InternationalPhoto: Orangutan Appeal UKPhoto: Pegasus PlayschemePhoto: Pet RespectPhoto: Pet RespectPhoto: HADnetPhoto: HADnetPhoto: HADnetPhoto: HADnetPhoto: HADnetPhoto: Berkshire MS Therapy CentrePhoto: The UK Blind National Championships sailing our fleet of Squibs.  We have hosted this very successful event for the past two years and plan to do so again in 2012. (East Anglian Sailing Trust)Photo: Stormy weather on the EAST cruise for Visually Impaired sailors. (East Anglian Sailing Trust)Photo: Orangutan Appeal UK