Small World Theatre is delighted to be working with Ceredigion County Council to deliver Summer of Fun activities to support children and young people recovering from the pandemic in Ceredigion. Launching the £5m project across Wales, Deputy Minister for Social Services Julie Morgan said it was important that we look at the full range of our children and young people’s needs and imbed social and emotional well-being in the pandemic recovery.
Small World Theatre will be running free activity days throughout August in its venue in Cardigan, supporting young people by creating opportunities to play with their peers and make new friends. Workshops include kite making, driftwood sculptures, monster making, Play in a Day, taster sessions in aerial circus, as well as clowning and juggling.
Deri Morgan, Amethyst project leader at Small World Theatre said “covid-19 has impacted young people greatly and isolation in young people is a big issue in our community. Summer of Fun will be a great help to address these problems and Small World Theatre’s activities will support mental well-being as well as creative learning opportunities.”
“Small World Theatre is one of 45 providers offering countywide ‘Summer of Fun’ activities for the local authority and we’re very pleased to have them on board” said Cathryn Morgan, Ceredigion County Council. For more information about Summer of Fun activities with Small World Theatre and to book your child’s free place, please visit smallworld.org.uk