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THE HERALD FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 2016


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23 Community Ysgol Gyfun Aberaeron students showcase anti-litter posters COCA-COLA EUROPE


launched a new bus stop advertisement on Monday (Sept 12) showcasing their new anti- litter campaign, designed by Ysgol Gyfrun Aberaeron, who won their annual enterprise competition - the ‘Real Business Challenge’. After winning the Welsh


regional final, students from Ysgol Gyfun Aberaeron went on to the grand final of the challenge, held in London on March 16. This year’s competition saw students set with the challenge to designing a litter awareness campaign to encourage members of the public in their local area not to drop litter. To support the competition,


CCEP partnered with multiple anti- litter campaign groups including Keep Wales Tidy, Keep Scotland Beautiful, Hubbub and Clean Up Britain. Representatives from these groups were on hand throughout the challenge, mentoring student teams and guiding them on developing their posters. Having reached the final stage


of the challenge, students presented their campaign ideas to a host of MPs at a Parliamentary reception at the House of Commons. These poster designs have now been


New Welsh Christian project aims ‘to turn the tide’ The filming is led by the highly-


experienced producer-presenter Rhodri Darcy, who previously worked on Songs of Praise and presented Dechrau Canu Dechrau Canmol. “In an age when church


membership is falling rapidly, this unique project helps Christians to strengthen their faith and gives them confidence to express that faith in their communities,” said Dr Geraint Tudur, General Secretary of the Union of Welsh Independent Churches, which represents members in over 400 chapels in Wales. “For many, this may be their last


Rhodri Darcy: Unique project AN EXCITING new project


aimed at renewing church life and the Christian testimony in Wales has been launched. ‘Y Ffordd – The Way’ is a four-


year plan which encourages fresh and wide-ranging discussion on the nature of the Christian faith. Central to the initiative is a series of thematic videos filmed by the Union of Welsh Independent churches which features vox pops


on the street, as well as interviews by church members, ministers and theologians. These will be available as DVDs and online to form a basis for group discussion. This is the first strategy of its


kind by a Christian denomination in Wales. Professional broadcasters have been employed by the Union, which has turned part of its offices in Swansea into a fully-equipped TV and radio recording studio.


chance to turn the tide of decline and save their chapels from being closed.” The online resources will be


available to all denominations and for anyone who wishes to learn more about the Christian faith and what church members believe today. The North Wales launch took


place at Capel Coffa Chapel in Broad Street, Llandudno Junction on Thursday (Sept 15). The South Wales launch will be held on Monday, September 26 at Bethania Chapel, Tumble, Llanelli at 7pm.


installed at a number of bus stops in each school’s respective region for two weeks. In addition to local placements, Ysgol Gyfun Aberaeron’s poster can also be seen in locations across Cardiff, near the Welsh National Assembly. Locations include: • Londis,


Llwyncelyn, Aberaeron, SA46 0HF • Texaco, • Texaco, Llwyncelyn, Aberaeron, SA46 0HG Llanryhstud, Aberaeron, SY23 5BT


• Bute Street, Cardiff, CF10 4DE


• Pier Head Street, Cardiff, CF10 4DQ


• Ferry Road, Cardiff, CF11 7EE


• Lloyd George Avenue, Cardiff, CF10 4QH


• BBC Village Cardiff, CF10 4PP


• Dumballs Road, Cardiff, CF10 5NG


Now in its twelfth year, the Real


Business Challenge is designed to inspire and educate young people, helping them gain the skills they need to have a competitive edge in the job market. Over 880 secondary schools across 11 GB regions took part in a series of challenges


to help students develop skills and expertise for the world of work. Growing from strength to strength, the 2015/16 Real Business Challenge was CCEP’s largest competition to date, with 88,900 students taking part. Bill Muirhead, Senior Manager


of Education Programmes at Coca- Cola European Partners, said: “With our commitment to supporting local students in their future careers, the culmination of the 2015/16 Real Business Challenge is always an exciting time for us. Watching the students’ designs brought to life in their local communities is an exciting phase of the Real Business Challenge for all involved, and a fantastic way to showcase the hard work of all of the students. This year has been another successful year for the competition, and I would like to thank all those involved, from the anti-litter organisations and CCEP employees who act as business mentors to help students gain valuable hands-on experience of the business world, to the students themselves who created a brilliant collection of innovative and well thought-out campaigns, helping to drive positive sustainable change across GB.”


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