We’ve made a video with most of the Yayacleta rides in the last 15 months. Thanks to all the elders, pilots and volunteers who have made CWA Corella possible. Congratulations everybody!!!
Alhama High School students are sending letters to people infected by coronavirus and trying to get over Covid-19 disease. Our school’s Counseling Department proposed the students to send letters and emails to Hospital Reina Sofía patients in Tudela and they started right away. Thanks, kids, for your support in the most important moment for sick […]
By Rebecca Flannagan Our partner Jane Hackett participated in this study visit to Ireland by Interreg Europe as part of the MATCH-UP project. They supervised multi-modal sustainable transport good practices and visited St. Clare’s Primary School to know the improvements they have made under the Green-Schools programme.
By Rebecca Flannagan Green-Schools has been identified as an example of Good Practice by Interreg Europe as part of the MATCH-UP Project. Interreg Europe is a European Body who assist regional and local governments across Europe, working with them to develop and deliver better policy in their regions. The project is being co-ordinated by the […]
By Alicia Díez Three Erasmus girls, Inés Belahrizi, Alejandra Gutiérrez and I, Alicia Díez, have become STARS ambassadors for three days. We are explaining STARS program, Erasmus and Cycling Without Age to the youngest students in our school: 1st of ESO (compulsory education). Today we’ve done three presentations of 55 minutes each. Most of the […]
Corella’s Town Council has organized a number of activities to celebrate Women’s Day: presentations, demonstrations, new (feminist) versions of old fairy tales… Our Erasmus students pitched in to create an escape room to pay a tribute to the 123 women who died in 1911 in the worst industrial disaster in New York’s history: Triangle Shirtwaist […]
By Rebeca Ochoa Salcedo I am the lady, above mentioned by Alejandra Gutiérrez, responsable for the Citizens’ Garden. First of all I want to start explaining how this project became a «Green» reality 12 years ago.Since I was a child, like everybody else in Corella, I often went to «la Estanca» for a walk. To get to this amazing place we […]
By Olga Arellano Last Sunday, February 23rd, something really especial happened: four generations of women shared and enjoyed our Nanacycle or Yayacleta, the name we gave in Corella to our lovely tricycles. Lola, the granny, Olga, the daughter and pilot, Naiara, the granddaughter, and Layla, the grand-granddaughter, enjoyed a wonderful ride with our unique Yayacleta. […]
Cristina Gallo, Juan Luis Echarri and Toño Peña attended a CWA Spain meeting in Albacete this weekend, March 21-23. We explained the nuts and bolts of our Erasmus and, specifically, CWA Corella. Chapters from Basque Country, Cataluña, Alicante and Albacete participated in the meeting. Future chapters (Lorca, Valencia, Madrid…) attended the meeting too and, hopefully, […]
By Alejandra Gutiérrez Rebeca Ochoa, a lovely lady, started in 2009 to embellish a patch of derelict land that is right in the way to the cemetery and La Estanca, the favourite recreation place for people from Corella. Over the years, she has turned this neglected corner of our village into a beautiful space that […]