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The first day of the Glamorgan Summer School 2016 was a huge success. Young people came together in Treforest to learn about the history of the Pontypridd and Ynysybwl & Coed-y-Cwm communities and to express those ideas through collages.


Successful first day at Glamorgan Summer School

The first day of the Glamorgan Summer School 2016 was a huge success.

Young people came together in Treforest to learn about the history of the Pontypridd and Ynysybwl & Coed-y-Cwm communities and to express those ideas through collages.

One of the participants said the workshops were an eye opener to things she had not been taught at school. “I liked looking at the Davy Lamp and learning how miners kept safe,” said Seren Jenkins. “I am looking forward to the next session.

Participants in the Pontypridd, Ysysybwl and Coed-y-Cwm workshop of the Glamorgan Summer School.

ART ACTION: Participants in the Pontypridd, Ysysybwl and Coed-y-Cwm workshop of the Glamorgan Summer School. Courtesy: Jonathan Bishop Limited.

Another participant, Cerys Jenkins, said that she liked how friendly the class was. “I liked that everyone got along,” she said. “Everyone had a good time and I learned new things.

The next session of the Emotivate Project is at 10AM on Tuesday 16 August 2016 at pel Farm Community Resource Centre in Tonyrefail. Further information can be found on the project’s website at www.emotivate.org.uk or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/gblemotivate/

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