The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - Stage 2
Thursday the 18th April saw the launch of stage two of "The Good The Bad and The Ugly" youth consultation project. The evening was very successful with finalists from the first stage attending the session, which was led by Sophie Handley, Community Engagement Officer at the Urras. Sophie is on a 12 month graduate placement with the Urras and has been keen to engage with all age groups living on the estate and this project has helped to reach the young people who live in the area.
The evening session provided an opportunity to show all the photos that were entered in to the first stage of the project. Finalists were given the opportunity to discuss what the next stage of the project will be and what activities they would like to see taking place that can tackle some of the issues highlighted in stage one.
A meeting has been arranged for the beginning of May between the Urras, Include Us and other community groups, to look at the results of the project and organise some community activities and events to help improve the areas that have been identified as "Bad and Ugly". These events will be open to a wider audience again, but the finalists of stage one will be invited to take a key role in shaping the activities that take place.
The winner of the first stage of The Good, The Bad and The Ugly was announced as John Angus MacKay from Eorodale. John Angus won a £50 Amazon Voucher and social night for him and three friends. Well done John Angus!
For more information about The Good, The Bad and The Ugly or any of the other consultation events that are happening please contact:
Community Engagement officer
Tel: 01851 850393 email@example.com
This project is being led by Urras Oighreachd Ghabhsainn in partnership with Include-Us and Iomairt Ghaidhlig Iar Thuath Leodhais