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Men of Harlech Bike Challenge 2018
The 3⃣rd #MenOfHarlech Bike Challenge was a huge success!🚴♂️— Cardiff City FC Foundation (@CCFC_Foundation) September 3, 2018
Thanks again to @EuroCommercials, @TredzBikes and @ndeducation for their continued support🤝
More info 👉 https://t.co/wMJOVysRa1#BluebirdsCharity #OurClubChangesLives pic.twitter.com/V20QOsZXGG
Last week saw the Foundation’s third, annual Men of Harlech Bike Challenge with riders traveling from North to South Wales over three days to raise funds for the Bluebirds Charity.
Club Ambassador Scott Young was among the participants, who all raised over £750 each. The funds will be used to help children, young people and families achieve their full potential.
Traineeship Celebration Event
Following an input from our Cyber Crime Prevent Officers in February it was a pleasure to be invited and attend the @CCFC_Foundation Traineeship Celebration Event this afternoon. #Prevent pic.twitter.com/31YntrDfJ4— Tarian ROCU (@TarianROCU) August 29, 2018
Over 30 students were in attendance for our Strikers and Level One Traineeship programme award ceremony at Cardiff City Stadium last week.
Learners taking part in our six-week summer programme as well as others received their awards from representatives of Cardiff & Vale College and the Foundation.
Women in Wales Day
The #BluebirdsCharity invite you to join us at our 'Celebrating Women in Wales Day'🤝— Cardiff City FC Foundation (@CCFC_Foundation) September 3, 2018
Come along to @HouseofSportCDF at the end of October🏴
More info 👉 https://t.co/wwRTDr3AK7#OurClubChangesLives #WomenInWales pic.twitter.com/TSpAKGQck9
The Bluebirds Charity invite you to join us at Cardiff City House of Sport on the 23rd October for our ‘Women in Wales Day’ celebration event.
Women and girls of all ages are invited to attend and take part in fun activities, workshops and listen to a number of guest speakers.
‘Lives Not Knives’ Campaign
Last one with Ely YOUTH BUS at Western Leisure Centre. Come along and have a kick around or just play some video games. If your quick enough there's even pizza courtesy of @dominos. #ElyNPT #opspectre #livesnotknives. ^EM pic.twitter.com/7PRpkVoRDf— SW Police Cardiff (@swpcardiff) August 31, 2018
Over the summer we’ve been working with South Wales police and Cardiff Youth Service on the ‘Lives Not Knives’ campaign, designed to reduce knife crime across the capital.
Our Summer Youth Project in Ely interacted with young people between the ages of 12-18 to encourage them to develop interesting, challenging and creative opportunities.