Events & Training
Thursday 30th Nov 2017 at Mareel, Lerwick, Shetland, ZE1 0WQ (£40)
Tuesday 16th Jan 2018 (As this is the 2nd pilot the course has a reduced fee of £100)
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Over the last few months, Generations Working Together ran a social media photo campaign for Grandparent’s Day and International Day of Older Person’s. We shared these through two weeks in October and have collected a variety of photos and stories. Find out more about the campaign and have a look at some of the photos.
Year of Young People 2018 (YoYP 2018) is just around the corner and we can’t wait to get started on what is going to be an amazing year.
In October 2018 Age Scotland will celebrate 75 years of national and local older people’s groups and organisations in Scotland.
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Architectural Heritage Fund Accepting Applications for Project Development Grants for December Meeting
The Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF) is currently accepting applications for grants of up to £25,000 from registered charities and social enterprises in the UK that need some support to cover some of the costs of developing and co-ordinating a building project and taking it towards the start of work on site.
Published on Sep 7, 2017 Members' Business Debate on the subject of (S5M-06963) Christine Grahame: Generations Working Together—That the Parliament notes the innovative collaboration between Newbyres Village and Newbyres Nursery in Gorebridge, where children visit older residents on a weekly basis; considers that this is to the mutual benefit of the children and the older residents; understands that, on these visits, the children paint with the residents, are told stories, plant sunflowers, are taught nursery rhymes and play hilarious games, which assist hand and eye co-ordination of both young and old; congratulates the charity, Generations Working Together, and Newbyres Village and Newbyres Nursery, on supporting this initiative, and notes the recommendations for similar projects elsewhere in Scotland.
Argyll and Bute Council has launched its Supporting Communities Fund with a distinctly digital change.
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This project focused on young people living in the most disadvantaged ares of Glasgow who were interested in entering higher education but who may not have had access to the necessary knowledge and advice in order to realise there aspiration.
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