G2G Communities CIC

Hi Reader. Welcome to the March, 2017 Issue of the G2G Communities CIC Newsletter


Sustainable 3D Printing Education Centre & Mobile Workshops

We are working towards creating a Sustainable 3D Printing & Plastic Recycling Centre and Mobile 3D Printing Studio.

Our goal is to provide educational sustainable 3D printing workshops throughout North Wales, and to provide a 3D printing centre for the benefit of the community and businesses. We also want to inspire a new generation of young makers to become active leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM). With our Mobile 3D Printing Workshop we will be able to teach and provide services in Schools & Communities.

Using a range of free software, materials and plans, owning and operating your very own 3D Printer will not only be affordable, but good for helping to clean up local communities and the environment.

Build and customise your very own 3D Printer to take home with our 2 day course.

Find out more and Register for our 3D Printing Workshops >


Part Time, Flexible Work & Volunteers Needed

Would you like to make a difference in the community? Due to popular demand we are looking for more enthusiastic individuals who want to work with LEGO InnovationMinecraft Education or help Support Learners. We will provide a range of training to help you develop and improve your skills.

Interested? Please fill out our online form or e-mail your curriculum vitae to info@g2gcommunities.org. Call Moira on 01745 33 44 82 for more information or to discuss our fantastic employment opportunities.

Meet our team of locally employed staff who love what they do, you will find them professional, friendly and highly experienced.


Easter Robotics & Minecraft Little Adventurer Clubs

We are running clubs on Monday 10th & Tuesday 11th April in our LEGO Innovation Studio in Rhyl. For more information or to book visit our website below.



RSBP Conwy Wild Life LEGO, 12th April 1pm-3pm

Wildlife LEGO at the RSPB Conwy Nature Reserve on Wednesday 12th April from 1pm-3pm. Call 01492 581 025 to book or for more information.

Does your child like Lego? Is your child a budding animator? This Easter Holiday Lego workshop will consist of recreating animals, insects and birds, making an animated video using iPads and an exploration of the nature reserve habitats. This event is organized in partnership with G2G Communities Lego Education for children age 6 to 14 years.

Visit the RSBP website for all the details - RSPB.org.uk


Gwynt y Môr Community Fund

We are working with the Gwynt y Môr Community Fund to run a programme of activities to get people back into employment, full or part time education, training and giving them the skills for life-long learning. We also provide website design services and training to provide skills to make a success of their businesses online - g2gcommunities.org/pop-up-people-case-study/gwynt-y-mor. The project will help to reduce unemployment and create future jobs as their business grow.

Gwynt y Môr Bodelwyddyn Castle Celebration

The Gwynt y Môr fund held a celebration event at Bodelwyddyn Castle. This was a great opportunity to get people together and talking about their projects and the difference it has made to their community - Photographs from the Day >

This relatively new organisation is at the cutting edge of training, upskilling and readying people for the jobs market. An accredited centre for Lego Innovation Electronics and Robotics (the only accredited community organisation in the UK) and a UK Space programme partner G2G has been given a £20,000 grant to engage people across the area of benefit in a training and employment programme. The GYM grant is helping to employ a part time project manager and two support tutors.

Like the Gwynt y Môr Facebook Page >
View Our Gwynt y Môr Online Business Launches & Feedback >


Royal Society of Arts – Dr William Lockitt

The RSA mission is to create the conditions for the enlightened thinking and collaborative action needed to address today's most pressing social challenges. They serve this mission by acting as a global hub, by enabling millions of people to access the most creative ideas, by nurturing networks of innovators, and through researching, testing and sharing practical interventions.

Dr Lockitt said ‘The mission of the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) is to enrich society through ideas and action’. ‘This fits in well with the aims and objectives of G2G Communities CIC as a not for profit, community focused organisation delivering to Schools, Libraries, local government organisations and those furthest away from employment in some of the highest areas of deprivation in Wales’.

Watch a YouTube Video to Discover the RSA >


Our Space Projects - News & Information

With our LEGO Education, Minecraft Education and Digital Skills we’re delivering workshops and promoting Space Science in Schools and Communities, and provide news about local opportunities in the Space Sector in partnership with the UK Space Agency and the Welsh Government National Science Academy.

About our Space projects - G2GCommunities.org/Space-STEM
Our Space news & information Facebook Page - facebook.com/SpaceSTEM

Free Robotics Exploration of Mars Course

Go on a Robotic mission to Mars for the search of life and the development of human colonies.

Test your knowledge and beat the games to earn a badge and certificate for successfully completing the course.

This course was produced for the UK Space Agency Aurora programme and the robotic exploration of Mars.

Take Our Free Exploration of Mars Course >

National Science Academy/Welsh Government All SySTEMs Go Programme

Although March 2018 seems a long way off progress has already been made regarding the ‘All SySTEMs Go’ final robotics competitions to be held at the OpTIC Technology Centre in St Asaph on Thursday 8th and Friday 9th March 2018. Twenty schools (ten primary and ten secondary) from across North Wales have been selected to take part in the competitions and twenty primary and secondary teachers have been trained and provided with a LEGO WeDo 2.0 kit (primary) and a LEGO EV3 kit (secondary) which they can use with their pupils.

About the All SySTEMs Go Project & Our Space Education Workshops >

Full Steam Ahead Event

UK Space Agency & G2G Communities ‘Full STEAM Ahead’ Event

The final event for the G2G Communities CIC & UK Space Agency programme (Full STEAM Ahead) was held on Friday 10th March 2017 at the OpTic Technology Centre in St Asaph. Over 120 pupils, teachers and speakers from across North Wales attended the event.

About the Full STEAM Ahead Event & Photographs from the Day >

Minister for Skills and Science Ms Julie James AM

We had the opportunity to meet the Minister for Skills and Science Ms Julie James AM at the OpTIC centre in St Asaph to discuss the work of G2G in promoting Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) using LEGO throughout North Wales, The minister was very interested in our two Space projects 'All SySTEMs Go' and 'Full STEAM Ahead'.


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