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Craigmillar, Edinburgh (Thistle Foundation)

Craigmillar, Edinburgh (Thistle Foundation)

The Thistle Foundation is the host organisation in Craigmillar.  Link Up started in Craigmillar in 2016.

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Gallatown, Kirkcaldy (Kirkcaldy YMCA)

Gallatown, Kirkcaldy (Kirkcaldy YMCA)

  Kirkcaldy YMCA is the host organisation for the Link Up worker. Gary Hughes started as the Link Up Worker early in March 2012.     Gallatown is a suburb in north east Kirkcaldy near Dysart in coastal Fife. Originally called Gallowstown, (from the frequent execution of criminals in feudal times, or from the special

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Gorbals (Crossroads Youth and Community Association)

Gorbals (Crossroads Youth and Community Association)

Community: Gorbals (Laurieston).    Crossroads Youth and Community Association is the host organisation partnering with Inspiring Scotland on Link Up.  The Gorbals is an area on the south bank of the river Clyde in Glasgow made up of the districts of Laurieston, Tradeston, Kingston, and Hutchesontown.  

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Leith, Edinburgh (Bethany Christian Trust)

Leith, Edinburgh (Bethany Christian Trust)

The Link Up host in Leith is Bethany Christian Trust. Ian, the local Link Up Worker started with Bethany in January 2012. Leith lies to the north of Edinburgh, and although now part of Edinburgh, it was once the most important port in Scotland and a borough in its own right. This history still shapes

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Mar Policies, Bowmar & Hawkhill, Allloa (Hawkhill Community Association)

In Alloa, Hawkhill Community Association is hosting the Link Up worker  based from the  Hawkhill Community Centre which lies to the North of its neighbouring communities of the Bowmar and Mar Policies. Sara, the Link Up worker started in January. The communities of Mar Policies, Bowmar and Hawkhill are located in the South East of

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Muirhouse, Edinburgh (Muirhouse Youth Development Group)

Muirhouse, Edinburgh (Muirhouse Youth Development Group)

Muirhouse Youth Development Group (MYDG) is the host organisation supporting the Link Up worker in Muirhouse. Muirhouse is a district of north Edinburgh with a population of around 5,500. Although the name refers to the original mansion built for the Davidson Family in 1832, the modern residential area of Muirhouse was built as a council

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North West Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire (Home-Start Ayrshire)

North West Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire (Home-Start Ayrshire)

Home Start Ayrshire is the host organisation for Link Up in North West Kilmarnock. The communities of Onthank, Tourhill, Alton Hill, Knockinlaw and parts of Longpark make up North West Kilmarnock – home to over 5,000 people.  Neill, the Community Facilitator, started working on Link Up late in November 2014. The communities of Onthank, Tourhill,

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Possilpark (North Glasgow Housing Association)

Possilpark (North Glasgow Housing Association)

Community: Possilpark, Glasgow.   North Glasgow Housing Association (NGHA) through their social enterprise subsidiary NG2 is hosting the Link Up worker in Possil. Jane, the Link Up worker   started with NG2 at the beginning of February 2012.

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Saltcoats, North Ayrshire (The Ayrshire Community Trust)

Saltcoats, North Ayrshire (The Ayrshire Community Trust)

The Ayrshire Community Trust (TACT) is the host organisation for Link Up in Saltcoats, North Ayrshire. Saltcoats Link Up was established in 2014. Saltcoats is one of the three communities that make up what is known locally as ‘The Three Towns’ in North Ayrshire. There is a good sense of community and a strong sense

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Whitfield, Dundee (Volunteer Centre Dundee)

Whitfield, Dundee (Volunteer Centre Dundee)

The Volunteer Centre Dundee  current host the Link Up Worker in Dundee. Whitfield is a residential area situated in the North of Dundee that was built in 1960 to accommodate the expanding population. Housing mainly consisted of ‘low rise, deck access’ flats, however over the years it has experienced a lot of change with large

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