Farewell From CLIConline
It is with great sadness that we announce the end of CLIConline. The Welsh Government have taken the decision to bring funding to a close as of 30th April 2015.
While some of the local sites will remain, they will no longer be connected by a national CLIC network.
Since ProMo-Cymru took on the project in 2008 it has grown from a website receiving 800 visits per month to a national network in every county in Wales, receiving up to 57,000.
What we are most proud of is the number of young people who have used and benefitted from CLIConline during that period. Young people all over Wales have used CLIConline to gain employment, influence ministers and get free press passes to review hundreds of gigs, festivals and shows.
It's been one hell of a ride and we're sad to see it end. We would love to know what have been your favourite moments of the CLIC journey and encourage you to share them either in articles and comments to the site or on social media using the #CLICstory hashtag.
Share Your #CLICstory
We want CLIC to go out with a bang and tell the world what an impact it's made on the lives of young people across Wales.
We want you to share your favourite moments: articles, videos, photos and memories. Shout them from the rooftops! Or, y'know, just use the #CLICstory hashtag anywhere and everywhere. The site will still be running until the end of April so please submit anything and everything in the form of articles and comments as well.
Wishing you all the best,
- The CLIC Team