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An innovative project has been set up in Dolgellau, Gwynedd, to support individuals with learning disabilities, mental health needs and acquired brain injuries to take charge of their lives.

Called an OWL centre, which stands for ‘Outcomes with Learning’, it is the first of its kind in Wales and based at the Cerrig Camu site in Old Barmouth Road, operated by care provider Regard.It is open to people from Gwynedd, Dyfed, Anglesey and surrounding areas and is focussed on supporting individuals who present complex and challenging needs.

The new service is Regard’s second OWL centre in the UK and follows a pilot project in the village of Sixpenny Handley in Dorset that has proved hugely popular and successful.

Those attending will take part in activities including arts and crafts, animal husbandry, horticulture, sensory experiences, relaxation, music, woodwork, home economics, IT, education, social skill development and lifelong learning accessed at a level appropriate to meet their assessed needs.

Julie Davies, Wales locality manager for Regard, said: “We have an 11-acre site and have put together a weekly schedule of activities that will enable and encourage individuals to meet and realise their potential. It is a holistic service that provides tailor-made packages that will provide the level of support and supervision required. We work closely with the people we support and their families to provide for their needs. Our mission is to make a real and positive difference to the lives of the adults we support by providing person-centred day services that offer outcomes with learning services. Working with animals will be a particular focus of this project as we recognise the therapeutic benefits this provides.”

Regard is an independent provider of care with its activities, monitored by the Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales. Day service staff are provided through the company’s mid-Wales registered domiciliary branch. Staff have a wealth of knowledge and experience of working with adults across the whole spectrum of learning disabilities, including mental health, brain injury and complex and/or challenging needs.

Families and external professionals can learn more by calling a referrals hotline on 0800 840 0313.

Meet the team
Success Stories
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Darren Andrews - Activity Coordinator. Darren has QCF Level 3 in Health & Social Care and is currently working towards QCF Level 5 in Health & Social Care. Debbie Jones – Activity Assistant – Debbie has a NVQ level 3 in health and social care for adults as well as a basic massage techniques qualification. She has worked in care for 20 years as a Support Worker, 3 of these years were in an activity based role within Cerrig Camu.

Emily Siviter – Activity Assistant – Emily is new to care. She has a good all round knowledge of arts and crafts activities

Glitter tattoos, purple cakes and fun with jelly beans at Cerrig Camu

On 22nd March, the OWL Project and Cerrig Camu held a purple themed tea party as part of a Regard-wide fund raising event in aid of Epilepsy Action.

Turning fluorescent for charity at OWL Cerrig Camu

Our staff and the people they support at our OWL (Outcomes With Learning) day service at Cerrig Camu in Gwynedd have been busy with their fundraising activities recently.

OWL Cerrig Camu helps raise awareness for World Mental Health Day

The team at our Outcomes With Learning (OWL) Day service at Cerrig Camu held a coffee morning to shed light and help raise awareness and money for mental health.

Glyn, keeps the sun shining with his summer poem

In summer we hope the sun shines

Cakes, tombola, BBQ, laughter and more in Wales!

The OWL project, Cerrig Camu, and Llwyngwian Farm recently held a fundraising day to raise money for the charity MIND.

New arrivals at Cerrig Camu cause ‘eggcitement’

Cerrig Camu recently received a delivery of a new chicken coop.

Spook-tacular Halloween fun at OWL Cerrig Camu

We celebrated Halloween with fancy dress and dinner at OWL Cerrig Camu. Service users from our Cerrig Cornel, Cerrig Camu and Llwyngwian Fawr residential services came to enjoy Halloween themed food, songs and competitions.

Cerrig Camu OWL Superheros give it some POW!

OWL Cerrig Camu in Dolgellau, Gwynedd, has raised £251.20p for charity after holding a fun day.



Animal care, wood working and puppet-making prove popular at OWL, Wales

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Recycling rockets at our OWL project

Recycling has rocketed since the launch of a new campaign by service user Craig Dobbins for the Outcomes With Learning (OWL) Project he attends in Dolgellau, Gwynedd.



Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at OWL Cerrig Camu

We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in all of our Regard services on 30th September.



About Outcomes With Learning (OWL)


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Read about our Outcomes With Learning (OWL) day services here.

Contact OWL Cerrig Camu


  • Darren Andrews Tel: 01341 423075 Fax: 01340 422943

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