Local Networks: East Renfrewshire

Welcome to the East Renfrewshire Network

Please note that the network meeting that was planned for 11th May 2017 has been postponed but a new date and location will be soon confirmed.

A Big Thank You to everybody who attended our conference on Wednesday 8th of March 2017 to Stirling Court Hotel. For those who couldn’t attend, please feel free to watch here the Highlights of the Conference 2017

Congratulations to one of East Renfrewshire’s intergenerational projects “T in the Street”, a project from Williamwood High School & The Richmond Fellowship Scotland, who were the winner of the category Established Intergenerational Projects. Congratulations to Nicola Mortimer, Lorraine Bruce and Gillian McDonald who initiated and ran the project. Well done to all the young and older people involved in this fantastic project.

If you need support in developing an intergenerational idea or have an existing intergenerational activity/project you’d like to showcase please get in touch with Sorina our Local Network Development Officer.

East Renfrewshire Local Network News

  • East Renfrewshire Intergenerational Festival

    From the 4th of May to the 30th of May a group of organisations: Generations Working Together, Outside the box, East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure and Hazeldene Family Centre have been facilitating the East Renfrewshire Intergenerational Festival. The festival helped communities within East Renfewshire discuss intregenrational projects and ideas.

  • T in the Street: celebrating the trophy won at 2017 GWT Recognition Awards in Intergenerational work

    T in the Street: a project from Williamwood High School & The Richmond Fellowship Scotland

  • ‘Care…about physical activity (CAPA) improvement programme’

    The ‘Care…about physical activity (CAPA) improvement programme’ will work with partnerships across Scotland to build the skills, knowledge and confidence of social care staff to enable those they care for to increase their levels of physical activity and move more often. Also, social care staff will discover ways to be more active themselves. The Care Inspectorate has been commissioned by the Scottish Government to lead the programme.

Forthcoming Events

Past Events