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09.11.2021

Creative Communities Programme Case Studies

 

We are sharing a number of case studies from our charity partners projects who were or currently are part of the Creative Communities Programme. These case studies highlight the brilliant work of our charity partners and the impact these projects had on their local communities. Each project had to pivot during the COVID-19 pandemic. However it was amazing to see how each of the charity partners adapted by moving sessions online and what really shines through in all these case studies is the creativity of all involved!

Read our case study on Tullochan.

Read our case study on Create Inspire.

Read our case study on GoodTrees Neighbourhood Centre.

Read our case study on Lyth Arts Centre. 

 

 

 

 

10 ‘Beautifully Ambitious’ Years of  Link Up
21.03.2022

10 ‘Beautifully Ambitious’ Years of Link Up

Andrew Magowan, Link Up Programme Manager shares his reflections on  Inspiring Scotland’s Link Up Programme turning 10.   My colleague described our plans for the celebration as “beautifully ambitious”.  True, but the phrase is also a great way to capture the essence of Link Up since its launch in 2012. Link Up was never really a

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Thrive Outdoors Blog Series: Case Studies- the children’s experience
25.02.2022

Thrive Outdoors Blog Series: Case Studies- the children’s experience

  This month for the sixth instalment of our Botanics Blog series we hear from the two nurseries taking part in the pilot- Outdoor Nursery Edinburgh (ONE) and Edzell. Both nurseries share their own case study on a child’s experience of ‘The Wee Garden’. Hearing about the difference this outdoor space has made to each

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Looking after social work and social care staff
02.02.2022

Looking after social work and social care staff

A new ÂŁ1 million fund has been established to support projects which look after the wellbeing of staff working in social care. The Workforce Wellbeing Fund for Adult Social Work and Social Care will be managed by Inspiring Scotland and provide grants of up to ÂŁ10,000 until December 2022. Minister for Mental Wellbeing and Social

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