Our Welsh Team move to a new office in Cardiff and take on new staff
I am delighted to get the position as Education Worker for team Wales and thoroughly looking forward to continue combating Racism across the country.
I believe educating young people on Racism is vitally important for life long learning and to banish any stereotype that young people may have on certain religions and cultures.
I would like to thank retired Professional Footballer and sessional worker Christian Roberts for the help and guidance received since I began working for Show Racism the Red Card.
Chris Stokes - Education Worker, Show Racism the Red Card Wales
Show Racism the Red Card Wales is delighted to announce the arrival of two new members of staff. Chris Stokes joins the team as Education Officer while Jessica Gasson also joins the Education team as the new Admin and Information worker.
Chris has worked as an Education Coach for the past 6 months, to universal acclaim and is a former LSA, working in a primary school for 2 years before starting his role with the organisation. Chris is a season ticket holder at Swansea City and an award winning coach.
Jess joined the team this week, bringing a rich and varied level of admin experience to the role. A graduate of Politics and History she has worked in numerous office based roles and has already shown great promise by stating that she is a huge Cardiff City fan, and season ticket holder.
The Welsh team have also recently moved offices and the address is
East Tyndall Street
Birthplace of such notables:
· Dame Shirley Bassey
· John Humphreys (BBC News reporter)
· Lynn Bowles Traffic reporter on Radio 2
The name Splott is universally famous and often derided however its origins are rather positive. It is thought to be an old English amalgamation of ‘God’s Plot’, however chances are it has more to do with its past as a large area of waste land.
Terry Wogan was made Lord of Splott in the last week of his breakfast show on Radio 2.