Bringing Gower Home to Parkmill

Today we were out on Gower again with a second wonderful group from WCADA’s Domino Therapeutic Recreation. This group explored the Gower Heritage Centre at Parkmill in the heart of Gower.

With the temperature dropping and a threat of winter weather it was exciting to see the participants embrace the history of the Heritage Centre.We also braced the elements to discover the neolithic burial chamber at Parc le Breos as well as Cat Hole Cave nearby.

This workshop is part of my Bringing Gower Home project which provides one day photography workshops for groups of up to 12 participants on the Gower. The day workshop explores themes on self-esteem and confidence building as well as technical skills with the camera.The workshop is then followed up with a projected display of the participants’ favourite photographs at a venue convenient to the participating organisation. For this group we’ll be combining their feedback event with the WCADA Christmas party in a few weeks time. Here we’ll celebrate the group’s achievements and share their experience with friends, family, and other WCADA service users.

Thanks to everyone who took part today. You guys are awesome!

I am organising, delivering, and supporting this project in collaboration with Gower Landscape Partnership (GLP) which is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Natural Resources Wales, City and County of Swansea, and National Trust.

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