Events | Adult Learning Wales

Join us at our online events, everybody welcome! 

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Friday 27th September, 10am – 11am
An introduction to Parkinson’s: Challenging Stereotypes – Ana Palazon, Director of Parkinson’s UK Cymru  

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This session will introduce learners to what Parkinson’s is, how it affects people, its prevalence in Wales and in the UK. It will also introduce learners to the work of Parkinson’s UK Cymru and how people living with Parkinson’s are taking greater control of their condition. The session will include a presentation, elements of interaction and Q&As.


Friday 25th October, 10am – 11am
Woodland Trust – Kirsten Manley and Brian Palmer

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Join us as we listen to Kirsten Manley and Brian Palmer! Kirsten is a Woodland Trust Volunteer Speaker in addition to her role as Coed Cadw’s North Wales Engagement and Communications Officer.  She has a passion for trees and woodlands and is an experienced coppice worker, woodland manager, outdoor learning provider and forest school trainer.  She enjoys inspiring people about woods and trees across Wales through events, walks, blogs, facilitating workshops and giving talks (locally, nationally and internationally). 

Brian is a volunteer with Coed Cadw with a particular interest in Ancient Woodland and Ancient Trees. His main activities are talks and walks, but also helps at events and in other areas. He is a Director of Llais y Goedwig, the organisation that supports community woods in Wales, and owns a small piece of ancient woodland that he is restoring to mixed native woodland, and is part of the Wales National Forest.


Friday 29th November, 10am – 11am
Dewis Cymru – Ayisha Lippiett
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Join Ayisha Lippiett in our online coffee morning event, as she tells us about, where it started, how it works and how it can benefit you to help you find local services, along with showcasing their sister sites, and

Dewis Cymru is the national well-being resource directory for Wales. The directory contains over 12,500 local and national well-being resources and is owned and funded entirely by the 22 local authorities. It is used by local authorities, a wide range of organisations, frontline services e.g. police etc.  who use the directory to signpost members of the public to local services. It’s also used by members of the public to find a wide variety of local and national support . Local organisations and service providers can add information about their services and are prompted to update the information every 6 months, ensuring that the information remains as up to date as possible.


We look forward to seeing you there!

We’ve had some great guests at our online coffee mornings over the last few months! Click here to watch them!


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