SNAP Project logo May 2020Aged 11-16? Live in the Cwmtawe or Llwchwr areas of Swansea? Want to start being more active, and explore ways to feel better about yourself?

Get in touch! 

The new SNAP Project offers support for up to 12 weeks to help you to start being more active, and explore ways you can feel better about yourself. We’ll work with you to develop a plan just for you that you can follow, and give you as much or as little support as you need over the programme.

How does it work?

  • Give us a call or drop us an email
  • We'll have a chat to see if the Project is right for you
  • If you’d like to take part, we’ll come up with a plan together that you can work through to help you become more active and feel better about yourself (don’t worry, if you need more support during the programme we can try and offer this to help you meet your goals)

The Project is open for referrals from 1st June 2020 - and during this time, we are offering this programme virtually and digitally, whichever suits you best!

After 12 weeks, we hope you’ll be feeling better about yourself; but we can also help you to find other activities to continue your journey.

If you’d like to find out more, please contact: Emma Crocker, SNAP Project Coordinator on 07943 189233 / [email protected] 

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*If you’d like to refer an eligible 11-16 year old to the Project, please click here to complete a referral form and we’ll get back to you asap.

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