Y Bartneriaeth Awyr Agored - The Outdoor Partnership

Volunteer Support Drop in Sessions every Tuesday

​Drop in with us for volunteer support. Our sessions continue after the Easter holidays from the 10th April. 

The Outdoor Partnership are holding drop in sessions for anyone in North Wales with an interest in becoming a volunteer for the outdoor partnership or for those that currently volunteer but would like some support.

Volunteering in the outdoors may be new to you , you might not be sure where to start, you may lack confidence, you might want some practical skills training, you might not be sure what qualifications you need

The sessions will provide guidance and support on volunteering opportunities, practical training and mentoring, advice on qualifications/registrations, help with gaining…

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Posted on March 23rd, 2018


​New Outdoor Partnership membership packages for 2018

The Outdoor Partnership have offered great value and beneficial membership packages for many years, offering its members subsidised coach education, training, mentoring opportunities, advice on funding, offers at local retails and general advice on club structure. 

We are currently in the progress of introducing a new  membership structure which will include the opportunity for individuals to become members  of the charity while clubs have a choice of three levels of packages with a variety of benefits. 

For further information on how you can have your say on policy and best practice in outdoor activities in North Wales and want to help raise the profile of outdoor activity opportunities in the region…

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Posted on March 9th, 2018


Wales Outdoor Activity Clubs Survey 2018

​The Outdoor Partnership are beginning a wide ranging outdoor activity research project in Wales in collaboration with Bangor University and with the support of National Governing Bodies. The aim of the research is to build on our current understanding of participation in and provision of outdoor activities, to identify areas for improvement and to disseminate recommendations.

This research is made up of several parts. A review of existing research on practises, interventions and health-benefits from the outdoor activity sector in Wales and further afield. A survey component, where secondary schools, outdoor activity clubs and providers in Wales are consulted to identify positive interventions, needs…

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Posted on February 21st, 2018


Volunteer of the Month January 2018: ​Stephen Weake - Cycle Power Adaptive Cycling Club

Steve has been a key member of the planning and creation of the accessible cycling hub in Gwynedd with previous experience in working on similar accessible cycling projects in England.

He has then been a instrumental part in forming Cycle Power Adaptive Cycling Club in Plas Menai. He has a passion for cycling and is present at every club session whether it be leading rides or maintaining the fleet of bikes.

With the support from  the Outdoor Partnersship, Gwynedd Council and Disability Sport Wales, Steve has been able to build the clubs membership and recruit new volunteers. 

If you'd like more information about Cycle Power Adaptive Cycling Club or are interested in joining Steve as a volunteer at…

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Posted on February 5th, 2018


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