With our Fun and Memories Hub project ending in December 2018, I wanted to reflect on what we’ve achieved during the 9 months the project ran. Activities at The Boswell Centre Over the Summer Holidays, we held Auchinleck Summer Playscheme at The Boswell Centre. Weekly themed activities for children covered a diverse range of topics […]
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Volunteers from ACDI got together on Thursday 29th November 2018 to work on a project which would add some light to the darkness – both literally and metaphorically! Working in pairs, there was uncertainty about how the lanterns would turn out. Soon, however, from a pile of willow, structures for the lanterns emerged thanks to their handiwork. […]
As the ‘Crochet & Knit for Charities’ group is about to embark on setting up their own charity, I felt it was the perfect time to reflect on how far the group had come. The idea for a Crochet Club came about when Nadia was referred to me by her STEP Engagement Worker. Previously, she’d been running a […]
It’s been a year since I attended a Community Camp at Eden Project, so I wanted to reflect on the experience. Run by the Eden Project Communities team, the sessions are designed to help local activists tackle disconnected communities. This issue costs the UK £32 billion every year, according to research commissioned by Eden Project initiative The […]
The team that operates the Support to Engage Programme have recently launched a new service to help people to understand benefits and help them get what they’re entitled to. Community Welfare Champions James and Shona will be based in Muirkirk Community Hub from 10am ‘til 2pm on Mondays. Community Welfare Champion, James McLaughlin explains, “We will […]