Youths' scheme success
OVER 75 young people have developed their own tourism apps this summer, as part of a programme targeted at Swansea youngsters not in education, employment or training.
The Push the Boat Out scheme aims to boost confidence and problem solving skills to boost the future employment prospects of city teenagers.
The Technocamps project based at Swansea University teamed up with Swansea Council's young people services who led the five week programme, together with other groups.
It included everything from Come Dine With Me style cooking challenges to Young Apprentice style entrepreneurial tasks.
Will Evans, Swansea Council cabinet member for learning and skill, said: "I am delighted at the success of the summer camps and grateful to all the partners for making them such a success."