The Week That Was

The Week That Was #402

1. HPV: Your Health, Your Future We’ve been working with Public Health Wales on an ambitious and creative integrated communications campaign to increase awareness, education, and uptake of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine among a diverse range of audiences and stakeholders across Wales. This week, our campaign has been shared with schools across Wales via …

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The Week That Was #400

1. Exporting Welsh football to the world As part of our exports campaign with the Welsh Government, we’ve been shining a light on successful Welsh exporters, including the Football Association of Wales (FAW). The FAW exports its coaching qualifications across the globe to countries including China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Japan, the Philippines and the US, …

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The Week That Was #397

1. Campaigns that save lives This week marked three years since we launched #BloodSweatandCheers, a winning partnership between the FAW and Welsh Blood Service. The campaign encourages domestic league football fans to support the service and their communities both on and off the pitch, by donating blood, platelets and bone marrow. Since launching, an astounding 3,000 …

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The Week That Was #396

1. Launching the British Business Bank’s Investment Fund for Wales This week marked the official launch of the Investment Fund for Wales, a £130m commitment of new funding for businesses in Wales. The fund will drive sustainable economic growth by supporting new and growing businesses across the whole of Wales through investment strategies that best …

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The Week That Was #395

1. Taking a Writing Chance with Michael Sheen If Michael Sheen asks you to apply for a writing programme for people from lower-income and working-class backgrounds and you fit the brief… you do it. We’ve been working with creative writing development organisation New Writing North to promote applications to its second stint of A Writing Chance; a programme …

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