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During Suicide Prevention Awareness week, September 10th to 16th, for one day, September 14th, your are invited to experience Access Bars®.

Calon FM radio presenter Denise Oliver is inviting you to the foyer of Calon FM, between 9am and 4pm, September 14th, to experience a FREE taster session of Access Consciousness The Bars®. Denise will be accompanied by fellow radio presenter, Lorraine Salsbury, also an Access Bars® practitioner plus other Bars® practitioners from the North Wales area.

Access Bars® and Suicide Prevention Awareness

More than 17 years ago now, co-founder of Access Consciousness, Dr Dain Heer was so depressed that he set the date for his own suicide. He gave the universe six months to show him something different or he was out of here. From the outside his life looked ‘perfect’ and yet inside he was dying. He had two successful chiropractic practices, money in the bank and he  was due to be married.

Thankfully for Access Consciousness, for us and for the world he discovered The Bars®. This one process changed his energy in a way that nothing else had and changed his life. Dr Dain would like us all to know that there is always another choice and says, “Never give up!”

Please no that you are not alone. Whether you are experiencing stress of any kind, anxiety, panic attacks, depression or even suicidal thoughts the tools of Access Consciousness are available and may just change your motivation,  your thoughts, your mental clarity, your happiness, your life. It’s free, so why not pop along and have a chat and taste of Access Bars®?

 

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The charity Crimestoppers is launching its national youth service Fearless across Wales this year in a bid to educate, empower and enco
urage young people to speak out against crime in their communities.

Fearless provides educational tools and resources for 11 to 16 year old’s encouraging them to make positive, informed decisions around crime and criminality. Its website – Fearless.org – has been updated to enable young people to pass on information about crime in the Welsh language, completely anonymously and safely.

Ella Rabaiotti, Wales Regional Manager at Crimestoppers, said: “Young people can become victims, witnesses or participants in crime but often do not recognise the issues or feel confident to seek help. 


“We provide information about crime and encourage them to report it, either through the Police, a trusted adult or through our website anonymously if they feel scared or have no one to confide in.”
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A WEBSITE with full details of Wrexham’s second annual choir festival launches today – with the festival itself taking place at the end of the month.
Wrexham Singing Streets returns on September 30 this year, after a successful first event in 2016. The festival has been organised by a team of volunteers led by Wrexham MP Ian Lucas and Glyndwr University. Staff and students at Glyndwr have been involved in setting up the Singing Streets website promoting the event, building social media pages and creating short films to promote the festival.
The festival programme will run throughout the day on Saturday, September 30 with choirs from across Wrexham, North Wales and North West England coming to Wrexham to take part. A range of award-winning choirs and singers of all ages will be involved – and the public can join in too, with a mass singalong in Wrexham’s Queen’s Square.

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Joey Jones and Stuart Bellis representing Eagles Meadow

Football idol Joey Jones has launched a search for an unsung young hero or heroine.

Joey has joined forces with The Leader newspaper and Eagles Meadow Shopping Centre in Wrexham to honour a local youngster aged under 18.

The aim is identify and pay tribute to Wrexham’s Young Legend who deserves credit for what they have already achieved in life.

It may be that they have shown great courage in overcoming illness or it could recognise their dedication in caring for a disabled or sick parent. Equally, it could be because of their success in sport.

The winner will receive a £200 voucher for a spending spree at Eagles Meadow, as well as family tickets to the Odeon cinema and Tenpin at the shopping centre.

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Today’s National Student Survey results reveal that 85% of students at Wrexham Glyndwr University (WGU) are satisfied with teaching on their course.

Overall satisfaction was 82%, based on the experiences of final year students in the 2016/17 academic year.

Professor Maria Hinfelaar, Vice-Chancellor, said: “I am pleased to see that we have once again scored highly for the quality of our teaching, following our Silver Award in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).

“It is particularly heartening as these are the views of this year’s graduating students, and their academic progress is at the top of our agenda.”

WGU students in the Planning (Urban, Rural and Regional) subject areas were the most satisfied in the UK in this year’s survey.

Overall satisfaction in Management Studies and Mechanical, Production and Manufacturing Engineering programmes was the highest in Wales.

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