Who is it suitable for?

This summer camp is suitable for ages 12-14, or school years 7-9.

When does it start?

17 August

How long is the camp?

4 nights

How much will it cost? 

£230 for Urdd members. If you're not yet a member, you can join online here.

A brand new course in the capital city offering valuable experiences for young people interested in the creative arts. There will be a week of workshops led by experienced practitioners in the field: Branwen Haf, Osian Huw and Lleucu Sion. You'll learn new skills and by the end of the week you'll have created and prepared for a performance at the iconic Millennium Centre on the last day of the course!

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Sample schedule

ScheduleActivity
Day 1 Arrival day! A chance to relax, dine out in the bay for dinner and kick back with a good film at the cinema
Day 2 A speed boat trip around the bay in the morning before a creative workshop in the afternoon led by Branwen Haf. End the day with a relaxing (or competitive) evening of 10 pin bowling!
Day 3 Today's workshop is led by Osian Rhys (or known as Osian Candelas) before a unique evening with Mei Gwynedd at the ukelele workshop!
Day 4 Another creative workshop today with the script writer Lleucu Sion before seeing the famous show Annie at the iconic Millennium Centre.
Day 5 Rounding up the week using all you've learned for a final performance at the Millennium Centre - a once in a life time opportunity!

*This is a sample itinerary. The full timetable will be prepared shortly before the course start.

Accommodation

A variety of bedrooms are available. We have 3 twin rooms, 1 triple room, 3 rooms for a group of four and 22 rooms for groups of six. All rooms include en-suite facilities.

Facilities

There is plenty of room to relax in the lounge and it has a pool table and food and drink machines.

Food

The dining hall can serve breakfast, lunch, tea and supper. We can cater for dietary needs, allergies, cultural background and religious beliefs.

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If you have any questions please call us on 02920 635 678 or email us at caerdydd@urdd.org