Law & Order
Many 2002 diarists were engaged in social work of various kinds
in both a professional and voluntary capacity.
One lady whose two daughters were both expecting babies imminently
- Arrived at work 9am - volunteer
at CAB, monitored and
reviewed clients and tied up ends - will be otherwise engaged for a few weeks!
A Community Development Officer
. . . travelled from Builth to Brecon for
a Brecon CAT (Community Action Team) Meeting. This group looks for projects
to help steer young people away from cigarette smoking, alcohol abuse and
drug taking. Two current projects are the Cyber Café (Brecon
Telecentre) and a proposed Skate Park. The afternoon is spent helping
to make advertising boards for the Cyber Café, to take to the Annual
Telecentres Powys Meeting on Friday 27th September.
One diarist works as a welfare rights worker. In the morning
- . . . 2 home visits to do
in Newtown in connection with my work for Powys Welfare Rights Forum.
A finance director's morning:
- Attended Welsh Assembly seminar
on "Black Ethnic Minority Housing Action Plan for Wales".
Other diarists say:
- My husband
worked on the new bus for the Mobile Toy Library the charity we work for runs.
I worked on a funding application.
- 7.40 Got up and got the young
person I look after up (at a residential care home) wrote the day recording
sheet. Welcomed handover shift staff then drove home.