Today, Education Minister Kirsty Williams announced the launch of the fourth annual Professional Teaching Awards Cymru, which celebrates the inspirational education professionals across Wales. The… Read More »Professional Teaching Awards returns to find best in class
A survey carried out by Playful Childhoods has revealed 66% of adults in Wales believe children today have fewer of the same play experiences as… Read More »2 in 3 adults in Wales believe play isn’t the same as it used to be
The PR and Creative industries in Wales are dominated by white females. We want to challenge this, delivering communications campaigns that truly reflect the society in which we live.
Cowshed, award winning full-services marketing and creative agency based in Cardiff, has today announced a new black and minority ethnic internship, to provide a pipeline… Read More »Cowshed celebrates five years in business with new BAME internship.
Today, the Wales Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Support Hub launch a Welsh Government funded campaign to urge people to take the time to be kind… Read More »National TV advert reminds Wales it’s #TimeToBeKind
Today (23rd April) The Open University (OU) in Wales celebrates its official 50th birthday and marks the first day of year long celebrations across Wales. Across the… Read More »The Open University in Wales celebrates it’s 50th year
Our first Erasmus+ intern Lena Rezki has produced her last piece of work for Cowshed. She has been a pleasure to have in the office over the past three months and we will miss her and her witty comments about how we Welsh live. Let’s see what she has to say about her experience…
Wales will need thousands more people to work in caring roles with adults and children by 2030 if it is to keep pace with the growing demand for care services and provide support for communities across the country.
The HealthWise Wales Comedy Clinics brings the best of Welsh Comedy talent to venues in North and South Wales this March (Newport 15th March & Caernarfon… Read More »Comedy all-stars unite to raise awareness of health care needs in Wales