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ScotsCare in the ‘hood

ScotsCare in the ‘hood

Posted in ScotsCare news on 12/10/18
ScotsCare has been busy in the community this summer, with stalls at events such as the Manor Gardens Health and Wellbeing Festival in June, Pride in London and the Lambeth Country Show in July and most recently, a return to the Angel Canal Festival in September. Read more.

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Tech buddies

Tech buddies

Posted in ScotsCare news on 12/10/18
ScotsCare is piloting a new technology-focused volunteer role. We are looking for volunteers to share their skills and knowledge with our residents in Grove Park, Lewisham. Read more.

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Feeding the 50,000

Feeding the 50,000

Posted in ScotsCare news on 12/10/18
Tickets are on sale for Feeding the 50,000 at St Columba’s Church, the story of St Columba’s Church’s extraordinary efforts to look after Scottish troops in London during WWI. Read more.

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What’s your favourite Scottish word?

What’s your favourite Scottish word?

Posted in ScotsCare news on 12/10/18
James Millar (journalist and podcaster) is helping us put together a series of podcasts with a mix of interviewees (staff, volunteers, residents) Read more.

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Singing is good for your soul and your health

Singing is good for your soul and your health

Posted in ScotsCare news on 21/09/18
ScotsCare has a new choir! Singing and being part of a group are proven to improve our emotional and physical well-being. So join our group - everyone is welcome - no singing experience necessary! No auditions and no solos required here. It’s about getting together and having a good time. Read more.

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Volunteer Tech Buddies roles

Volunteer Tech Buddies roles

Posted in ScotsCare news on 04/07/18
The Office for National Statistics 2017 Internet Access report, revealed that 9% (4.8 million) of UK adults have never used the Internet.  It’s those who are already at a disadvantage through age, income, disability or unemployment who are most likely to be missing out. Read more.