Dr Mz Growing Green Teenz
To provide skills and enthusiasm for disadvantaged young people to learn to grow food at an allotment project and bring the food grown back to our Diner to cook.
The project will give young people the skills to live more healthily and sustainably.
These skills are transferable skills.
July 2015 - July 2018
Carmarthen Youth Project (Dr Mz)
The disadvantaged young people we work with come from poor homes where diet and fitness is a huge issue as well as money.
We are going through extensive public service cuts at the moment and we find it hard to attract funds to keep the centre going. Our projects provide diversionary activity and skill building that helps young people to be more work ready and steers them away from becoming economically inactive after leaving school and more marginalised in their community.
It will give them transferable skills and soft skills as well as increase their sense of well-being and self-worth. It will give them the skills to grow and cook their own food to increase their health and physical fitness.
It will also encourage inter-generational working relationships at the allotment as we build positive relationships with the other, older allotment holders.
To provide young people with the skills to grow and cook their own food.
Activities» We will provide training and support to give young people the chance to grow food
» Provide training to teach young people to cook with fresh produce.
To break down generational barriers and raise the profile of young people in their community.
Activities» Provide opportunities for older and younger to work together at the allotment by encouraging older people to volunteer and pass on their skills.
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