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When The Coatbridge Kid met The Blue Angel, by Doug Carnegie, Blether Buddy.

When The Coatbridge Kid met The Blue Angel, by Doug Carnegie, Blether Buddy.

Posted in Volunteers blog on 18/01/17
Stanley McQueen (pictured) has been telling me tales for the better part of a year now. Though I’m a journalist by trade it’s seldom a result of a direct question I’ve asked him. Read more.

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Volunteering opportunities at ScotsCare

Volunteering opportunities at ScotsCare

Posted in Volunteers blog on 30/06/14
Current Volunteering Opportunities      Role: Lunch Club and Social Events Volunteer (Luton Based)  To assist in setting up and running a monthly lunch club for clients age 50+ in Luton.   Read more.

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A wee word from a Blether Buddie

A wee word from a Blether Buddie

Posted in Volunteers blog on 23/05/14
We had this lovely email from Tina yesterday who has been a volunteer Blether Buddie here at ScotsCare. If you would like to get involved then drop us a line or fill out our volunteers enquiry form.. Read more.

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Become an ambassador for ScotsCare

Become an ambassador for ScotsCare

Posted in Volunteers blog on 07/05/14
Do you meet a lot of Scots in your day to day or work life? Would you like to be an ambassador for ScotsCare? We are always working to improve awareness and bring new people into the Charity. Read more.

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Volunteer Befrienders Needed!!

Volunteer Befrienders Needed!!

Posted in Volunteers blog on 24/04/14
Our Blether Buddie Befriending  Service has recently expanded to work with clients of all ages across the Greater London area and beyond. Could you commit to giving just one or two hours a week or fortnight to spend time with one of our clients?  Read more.

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Celebrating Blether Buddies

Celebrating Blether Buddies

Posted in Volunteers blog on 26/12/13
Blether Buddies is a scheme where clients aged 60+ receive regular phone calls or visits from ScotsCare volunteers. Read more.