Erasmus Project Logo Contest Introduction The aim of the contest is for individual students or volunteers to design a logo which best illustrates the theme: “Sustainable Mobility, Sustainable Community. 2018-2021”. It’s compulsory that these four words and the years are part of the logo. Categories: There is only one category: secondary school students and volunteers […]
By Jane Hackett, the National Manager of the Green-Schools Travel Programme. The Irish team travelled to Corella, Spain in late March as part of the Erasmus + Project entitled “Sustainable Mobility, Sustainable Community”. The project focuses on; youth empowerment, sustainable mobility, community engagement and cultural exchange. Cyclist.ie contacted An Taisce/reen-Schools in January 2018 with a […]
By Inés Belahrizi On Friday, March 29, all the Erasmus ambassadors went to enjoy a morning in Bardenas desert. First we went to attend a small talk about the nature and fauna of Bardenas at the reception center. Later on, we went with the bus around the army base till Castildetierra, a very iconic mountain […]
Posted on @clonakiltybicyclefestival Facebook page by Allison Roberts Clon Bike Fest in Spain!! We have been part of an exciting Erasmus+ exchange hosted by Biciclistas de Corella spending a week with students and cycle advocates from Ireland, Spain, Denmark and Lithuania. Super excited to come home for this year’s festival full of ideas and energy! […]
By Uxue Muñoz, Carmen Gallo and Ariadna Bienzobas. We were full of expectations before our new foreign friends arrived. We had been talking on social media and getting to know each other. When they came we were all pretty shy but we decided to show them around Corella so we could have something to talk […]
We´ve got a board just for Erasmus activities in Alhama High School. We´ll try to change it three times a year with new events. Thanks Ilu Sahmi, Inés Belahrizi, Uxue Muñoz, Ariadna Bienzobas and Carmen Gallo for a colourful Erasmus board. Next Erasmus board… pictures of the trip to Corella, 25-31st March 2019. Get ready!
Back in September 2017, we were delighted to be contacted – completely out of the blue – by Toño Peña, the Vice-President of Biciclistas de Corella, a Spanish organisation promoting the bicycle as a means of transport. He was inquiring to see if Cyclist.ie would like to be a partner in an Erasmus+ project funding application he was […]
Six Erasmus students have helped today with the plastic recycling. We´ve taken all the bins from the schools and nursing home and emptied them. We´ve finished our recycling afternoon filling seven big sacs with the plastic and driving them to Solteco, the company where plastic rubbish is turned into tables, bins, benches, bike racks (even […]