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Mental health project honour.

A GROUND-breaking education project to help people mental health problems is in the running for a major award.

Coleg Harlech WEA's Open Minds project is shortlisted in the Inclusive Practice Category of the Gwobrau Colegau Cymru 2012 (Colleges Wales Awards 2012).

According to project manager Sarah O'Connell Jones, the scheme is proving a big hit with learners across North Wales.

She said: "Coleg Harlech WEA has a well established history of working with learners who are socially excluded, disenfranchised or who are simply classed as hard to reach.

"The project has been running now for almost three years and has been incredibly successful and we are delighted to have been short-listed for the Gwobrau ColegauCymru 2012 award in the Inclusive Practice Category.

"I am really proud of our achievements which are due to the commitment of our tutors and partner agencies."
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:May 12, 2012
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