Ray Caredigion

15 May 2015

RAY Ceredigion is pleased to announce 2 pieces of good news!!

One is that we have funding secured until the end of December 2015 and are in the process of making or waiting to hear about several longer term grant applications.

And in view of this fact we will be organising the annual Children and Young People's Festival which takes place on UK National Play Day, with the kind permission of Aberaeron Town Council, on Wednesday 5th August.

All organisations that work in Ceredigion to support children, young people and families, whether local, regional or national, voluntary, statutory or private, are welcome to come along and have a presence on the field, as long as what you provide is free of charge and it includes activities suitable for children, young people and families.  There is no charge to attending the event, for organisations or families, but there are several requirements in order to ensure everyone's safety, in particular regarding vehicles getting on and off the field - we do require that all vehicles are removed from the field during the event unless they are an integral part of the acitivty (eg the Fire Service's fire engine).

We time this event to coincide with the UK National Play Day, info below, a theme that RAY Ceredigion supports entirely!!

We're pleased to announce the Playday 2015 campaign theme is Play more...

The Playday Play more...campaign is calling on everyone to help make sure that children and young people across the UK have the time, freedom and space to play more.  As well as promoting children's right to play, the campaign is highlighting that playing more is crucial for children's health, well-being and happiness.  For more information about Playday visit www.playday.org.uk


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