Residentials Update (Take 3!)

Further to our earlier posts – which suggested initially that everything looked set for residentials resuming on Mon 7th June – then questioned whether this was in fact the case following the Welsh Government’s announcement today… …we can now confirm our current understanding that the “phased move to alert level one” announced by the First … Read more

Residentials update (again!)

Following our earlier positive message from OEAP and AHOEC, the Welsh Government’s announcement at lunchtime today had left us none the wiser about whether residentials can begin again in Wales next week. If anything it suggests that only 3 (not 6) could share rooms.  We’re hoping for more info which we’ll bring you as soon … Read more

Residential Visits and the outdoor education-specific economic resilience fund – update from Welsh Government

We have received the following update following the OEAP/AHOEC meeting with the education team from WG yesterday: (Apologies if the format isn’t great,  there’s a limit to what I can do with a mobile phone on the top of a mountain!) The majority of the meeting was spent putting questions that colleagues had asked us … Read more

Glasbury-Hay Update

No specific news this week, but SWOAPG is trying to arrange meetings over the next week or two with both Powys County Council (regarding launching at Glasbury Bont) and Hay Town Council (regarding traffic congestion at the public launch site). We’ll let you know as soon as we have any further news on either of … Read more

Update on Residential arrangements

We have received the following clarification from Welsh Government: From 7 June (subject to the health conditions at that date) [we expect a change to Alert Level 1 when] 6 people from any household (excluding any children under the age of 11, or carers) OR members of the same extended household (and well-being household) can … Read more