5×60 Games

Flintshire Young Ambassadors in partnership with Sport Development hosted the Us Girls 5×60 Games at Deeside Leisure Centre on Wednesday 20th March. The main aim of the day was to encourage disengaged females to have the opportunity to try different activities and take part. The event had over 140 females participating from high schools across Flintshire and were selected by the Sport & Community Sport Officers. Every individual was set up with an Aura Card to monitor their activity after the event to see the impact the day had.

The Young Ambassadors set up, delivered, supported NGBs and encourage the participants to get active on the day, the activities included: UV Volleyball/Hula Hooping, Golf, Cricket, Gymnastics, Trampolining, Netball, Rugby, Kinball, Boxercise and finished with an ice skating disco.

During the day Dan Williams and Emma Jones from Street Games Wales had the participants note down what type of activities they wanted to attend in the community and which areas would be accessible to themselves as a result they have set up 2 new community sports hubs for girls.


Aura Volunteers supporting Welsh Netball

On Saturday 8th December 2018 Welsh Netball hosted there annual Pre-Season Fixture for Celtic Dragons against Manchester Thunder at Deeside Leisure Centre.

Young Ambassadors and Leadership Academy Volunteers from Aura’s Sports Development Team offered their time to support the running of the event.

Before the match there was an opportunity for fans to meet the players, ask questions and take photos.

The volunteers took on a variety of roles including

  • Supporting Meet & Greet
  • Directing Fans to the correct areas
  • Pre match set up
  • Selling Merchandise
  • Selling Programmes
  • Collecting Tickets
  • Directing Fans to seats
  • Ensuring Fans did not go into Players Changing Areas
  • Many more

The volunteers were brief by Sarah Palmer – Celtic Dragons Operations Lead and were all thanked in advance by Sarah for all their support.

Cliciwch yma i weld y dudalen hon yn Gymraeg