Frozen night at Noddfa, Caernarfon

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Dafydd Williams and Iolo Roberts (CCG), PCSO Jonathan Peris-Jones and Dreamscheme members. Insert 1: Llinos Morris facepainting. Insert 2: Olaf from Frozen.
Dafydd Williams and Iolo Roberts (CCG), PCSO Jonathan Peris-Jones and Dreamscheme members. Insert 1: Llinos Morris facepainting. Insert 2: Olaf from Frozen.

Popular Frozen Disney characters made an appearance at Noddfa Community Centre, Caernarfon, last week in a special night organised by Peblig Dreamscheme.

 

Dafydd Williams and Iolo Roberts (CCG), PCSO Jonathan Peris-Jones and Dreamscheme members. Insert 1: Llinos Morris facepainting. Insert 2: Olaf from Frozen.
Dafydd Williams and Iolo Roberts (CCG), PCSO Jonathan Peris-Jones and Dreamscheme members. Insert 1: Llinos Morris facepainting. Insert 2: Olaf from Frozen.

Children got the opportunity to meet Elsa and Olaf as well as watch the film Frozen on a 13ft high mobile cinema screen. Face painting and a bouncy castle were also at Wednesday evening’s event on the Peblig estate in Caernarfon.

 

Iolo Roberts, Community Warden for Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd (CCG) said: “Dreamscheme is a joint initiative between CCG, North Wales Police and Eglwys Noddfa. It encourages youngsters to take part in community based projects and give something back to their local area.

“Over a hundred people turned up to the event organised by the group.”

 

Llinos Morris, Youth Worker at Eglwys Noddfa said: “The project has been a major success yet again this year, with the film night being a fantastic end to the scheme. Noddfa Community Centre was full of excitement, with both the children and adults enjoying the evening.

“We are now looking forward to start Dreamscheme 2015-16 with a new group of youngsters after the summer.”

Dreamscheme allows youngsters to learn and develop important new skills, work in a team, helps to gain confidence and make new friends.