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Our radio debut!

This week we hear from Sarah at Participation Cymru and her experience of being on the radio for the first time. The team were asked to take part is Diverse Cardiff, a radio show which gos out on the community

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Digital, leaders, writers and Santa

Hello bloggers, it’s rubbish host  Kate Bentham here, trying to catch up with all of the fabulous blogs you have posted over the last 2 weeks. Yes, yes, I’m a bit behind but don’t let that stop you submitting a

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What have we been up to in November?

It’s been a busy month for the team at Participation Cymru. There’s been an office move; training courses completed and exciting events attended including the Barod Community Interest Company launch. The team has also been recruiting people to the CSSIWs

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Feedback

Sarah Ball, who will be looking after the blog and social media accounts for Participation Cymru after Dyfrig Williams goes off to his new job, writes her first contribution to Weekly Blog Club. She went on the same accredited public

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Drilling down

Dyfrig Williams has been on the Participation Cymru’s public engagement training course. He shares with us what he learned about funnels and snot. Drilling down by Dyfrig Williams on the Participation Cymru blog.

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Wayne Jepson reflects on our work and being a member of our Advisory Panel

On the Participation Cymru blog this week, there is a video exploring what one member of the Advisory Panel thinks about the work undertaken, their role in steering the work and what being a panel member means to them. The

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