Author: kevin

Linlithgow Young Peoples Project

Bridgend Football

Each Wednesday night we take the trip to Bridgend, a small village around 3 miles to the east of Linlithgow, to run an informal football centered project. From 7 – 8pm we are outside on the Kick Pitch behind the community centre for football with those in P7 and younger. At 8pm we then move…
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Making Memories

Our theme for the summer was ‘Making Memories’ in which we tried to provide the young people with activities that they could look back on saying ‘remember when…’ For some of the young people our programme was their primary source of activity during the 7 weeks of summer holidays. Much of this was made possible…
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25th Anniversary

In 2016 we celebrated 25 years of Bringing Hope to the young people of Linlithgow and its surrounding areas. To mark this milestone, we held a Gala Dinner at Linlithgow Burgh Halls and raised over £3000 for our work. We want to thank everyone who helped make this such a special night and we look…
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Linlithgow Skatepark Appeal

We have been in discussions with the Community Development Trust to continue to lobby the case for a skatepark in Linlithgow. These discussions have been going on for some time (years!) but this time it looks as though real progress has been made and plans are being put in place. More recently a group of…
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Sleep over for Syria

As part of the October holidays we hosted an overnight event in St Johns church in conjunction with St Johns Church and St Michaels churches to raise funds and the young people’s interest and understanding of the plight of refugees.