The SEDETT Project
Glyndwr University Wales
with partners from Romania, Spain, Ireland, Lithuania, Italy & Poland
Pathways ID is responsible for providing the educational and learning aspects of the partnership.
The first meeting was in November 2016 in Limerick, Ireland, known as ‘The Treaty Town’ due to an action of considerable significance to the history of both the United Kingdom and Ireland.
A leaflet of the meeting has been produced:
A newspaper of the event is available to view at
The second gathering of the project partners occurs between
22ND – 26TH FEBRUARY 2017
THE SEDETT WORKSHOP
MEETING ENTERPRISE IN OTHERS
IN OUR SELVES
A programme exploring a variety of education & learning methodologies capable of use in Social Enterprise organisations.
The workshop is based at
and in Bishop’s Castle:
The workshop intends to encourage development of cooperative techniques capable of assisting the appropriate development of Social Enterprises.
Hopefully becoming, for the participants, metaphorically
A Dance in the Garden of Mirth
The workshop will aim at using existing skills and aptitudes of participants and developing them in creative ways.
The essence of the educational approach of the workshop is to
Use the product
The Bishop’s Castle part of the workshop is intentionally arranged during the Bishop’s Castle Arts Festival.
The festival is an example of an entirely voluntary initiative designed to both provide events that highlight local talent and attract visitors (and their money) to the town during the winter period when income levels from tourism are low. The festival is managed by a small committee.
The SEDETT visitors will be provided with opportunities to engage directly with a variety of local social, cultural & heritage initiatives.
The pattern of activities will be similar to that used in 2015 with the
The festival programme has now included a specific SEDETT event
Friday 24th February 4.oopm
A Forum on Social Enterprise
in which the project partners will be joined by local social ‘activists’ for a discussion on the nature of social enterprise (in its widest sense) across Europe.
and Pathways is sponsoring a major
BISHOP’S CASTLE ARTS FESTIVAL
on Friday evening 24th February. The featured artists specialise in ukulele and guitar playing a range of early jazz and ‘folk blues’.
(a link will be added here)
Both Wrexham and Bishop’s Castle are situated on the Welsh Border.
Two centres requires special transport arrangements for all who are using public transport
Wrexham is connected by rail, bus and fast road. The University is 5 minutes walk from the railway station.
Bishop’s Castle has 4 buses per day to Shrewsbury. There are none on Sundays. Volunteers will assist with transfers from Wrexham & departures.
Pathways will provide its usual discrete & detailed travel information & support to allow maximum flexibility and cheapest possible travel costs.