Big thanks to Megan J and Megan P for spending the day promoting UCAN Go at Cardiff Library. Free to download in the App Store or scan the QR codes on the posters in the library lifts! This project is funded the People's Health Trust, Active Communities Programme.
Young UCAN members took at trip to the Moon recently with the help of Bob, Space Man Al and the UCAN Space Cadets. This free tactile and interactive storytelling session was held at Cardiff Central Library and specifically designed for young visually impaired children aged 5 years and over and their families. A great deal of fun was had with space slime, smelly rocks and the tactile surface of the moon, complete with craters! This project is funded the People's Health Trust, Active Communities Programme.
Another great event at UCAN SocialEyes at Cardiff Library! This time Keisha from Northern Ballet came to talk to our young group about audio description for dance and told us all about the new ballet Victoria. This project is funded the People's Health Trust, Active Communities Programme.
Date for the diary, be sure to save Wednesday July 24th 2019 for the UCAN Annual Festival 11am until 4pm.
More details to follow.
Everyone at UCAN would like to welcome our new board member Jenny Blackmore. Jenny is a QVTI ( Teacher of Visually Impaired Children and Young People) in the Neath Port Talbot Area and played a vital part in helping us set up our regular UCAN After School Club for visually impaired children and young people in the area.