The Clyde Valley community are being urged to roll up their sleeves in January and February and get behind a clean up of Jock’s Burn. The Clyde and Avon Valley Landscape Partnership are calling on people of all ages and backgrounds to come together and lend a hand to spruce up this little oasis of nature in Carluke.
We have an opportunity for a Communications & Marketing Officer to join our office in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire.
As the Communications & Marketing Officer you will possess excellent communication skills, be creative, enthusiastic and determined to produce high quality work, with a great eye for detail and good design skills.
All short-listed candidates will be invited to an interview which will involve a panel interview and a presentation by the candidate to the panel.
R:evolve Recycle is an innovative, intergenerational project that aims to cut C02e and waste by offering a range of services and activities that prolong the life of clothes, textiles and household goods. They are looking for volunteer Crafty Folk!
We are pleased to announce the dates and venues for the next meetings of the Third Sector Forum in each of South Lanarkshire's localities:
£50,000 is to be allocated to community-led projects in Burnhill, Fairhill, High Blantyre, Hillhouse, Springhall, Strutherhill, Westburn and Whitlawburn, with the deadline for applications being in a week.
This year’s VASLan AGM will take place on Wednesday 9th November from 9am at the Torrance Hotel in East Kilbride.
Big Lottery Fund Scotland has set up a Lanarkshire team that will be working in South and North Lanarkshire over the next year. They want to find out more about the communities and groups in the area, support groups to find out more about funding and help groups connect with each other.
Challenge Poverty Week (16th - 22nd October 2016) aims to bring to public attention the reality of poverty in Scotland, showing the impact it has on individuals and communities and addressing existing stereotypes.
Urban Roots is a community-led organisation that works with local people on projects improving the environment and health of the area through activities including community gardening, conservation and biodiversity, and planet friendly living. They are looking for volunteer gardeners who live in Cambuslang or Rutherglen: