WARM and RecoverED have been, once again, recognised for their work in SE Wales (and beyond) in both education and mental health. The annual UALL Awards have shortlisted the Co-CREATE framework as an approach for good practice in engagement. Using a widening participation framework, Co-CREATE fuses many different ideas and approaches into a single process for engaging those we might otherwise term ‘hard-to-reach’. Co-CREATE is increasingly being recognised both in Wales and beyond as an innovation in outreach work and we are just very pleased that this continues to be recognised within UALL. So, naturally, we have a small delegation attending the UALL conference (many thanks to those of you who have sponsored and supported us to achieve this) in Cambridge this coming 21st of March – wish us luck folks.