Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan and Clynfyw Care Farm have teamed up to promote an event which extends a warm welcome to all and focuses on the opportunities surrounding inclusive tourism in West Wales.
The all-day event, will take place on Thursday, March 9 from 10am at Theatr Mwldan, is intended to link in with the nationwide Disabled Access Day campaign. The organisers hope that the event will help businesses to extend the main tourist season and to open more diverse opportunities for tourism providers in the area, developing new markets and social networks throughout the community.
While cultivating the tourism sector, the improvements aim to benefit the marginalised people living within the region, creating increased opportunities to fully engage in all West Wales has to offer physically and socially.
To be truly inclusive, there will be a sign language interpreter present and a simultaneous Welsh language translation will be available.
The programme for the day includes speakers from various organisations, including Hannah Buck, the health and tourism policy officer from Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, West Wales field officer Rachel Stelmach from Disability Arts Cymru, Paul Renfro, sustainable recreation co-ordinator from Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum, Siobhan Corria, head of inclusion for Action for Children and Jim Bowen from Clynfyw.
There will be various organisations promoting their services and offering support in the Mwldan foyer throughout the day. To book a stand, contact Jim Bowen at Clynfyw on Tel: 01239 841236 or email email@example.com
In addition to the key speakers and exhibitors, a short film ‘Natural Health Services in West Wales’ will also be shown, introducing what West Wales can offer in terms of natural based health provision for a more diverse tourist market which represents the needs of a wider society.
It’s free to attend and to exhibit at the event and there will be a free lunch of soup and a roll prepared and served in the Mwldan café space by Kinora Mental Health Drop-in Centre. To book a place at the event, contact Theatr Mwldan’s Box Office on 01239 621200 or reserve your free space online at Mwldan.co.uk