Part of Organised Outdoor Community Play Fund and GCC Active Play Fund.
The Jeely Piece Club, based in the Castlemilk area of Glasgow, delivers a range of services for children from pre-school upwards and is based in a purpose built play centre. Inpiring Scotland works with The Jeely Piece Club in all three strands of our play programme; delivering Active Play to primary schools in Glasgow and community play in Castlemilk as well as leading on the Castlemilk Outdoor Nursery in collaboration with other local nurseries.
They have two main services – an early years service providing 58 places for families in their nursery based in Castlemilk Community Centre, and an outdoor nursery based in Castlemilk woodlands with registration for 18 children. This has been up and running since October 2019.
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In April, Inspiring Scotlandâ€™s Perinatal and Infant Mental Health team co-hosted Supporting Women, Reducing Harm, the first-ever national conversation on how services should care for families affected by substance use in the perinatal period. This event was in partnership with Scottish Government, Perinatal Mental Health Network Scotland, NHS Scotland, third sectors partners and women withRead More
Scottish play charities will share a ÂŁ550,000 funding boost to help get children and families out to play in their local communities. Creative outdoor play sessions, active play, and nature spaces for local communities are just some of the brilliant initiatives being supported by the Scottish Government Outdoor Community Play Fund aimed at improving theRead More