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Students from Dumfries and Galloway College have been praised after completing a ground-breaking programme centred around inclusion and giving back to the community.
Students from Edinburgh College Midlothian Campus have marked the completion of their ground-breaking homelessness awareness project this month.
Bill Moran, a familiar face in the Dumfries town centre for his weekly fundraising collections for disability charity Leonard Cheshire, died on Friday on Friday 10 July at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary.
An avid songwriter supported by disability charity Leonard Cheshire in Scotland is celebrating a lifetime of musical achievements for this year’s World Music Day.
Leonard Cheshire in Scotland’s innovative Can Do programme will continue to empower young people with additional support needs in Dumfries and Galloway thanks to the Young Start Fund delivered by The National Lottery Community Fund.
Students from Dumfries and Galloway College have given back to the community by completing fire safety and emergency first aid training.
Students from Dumfries College have been praised for their efforts to promote community safety, thanks to Leonard Cheshire in Scotland’s ‘Can Do’ programme.
Participants from Leonard Cheshire in Scotland’s ‘Can Do Sport’ programme have taken part in this year’s Bishopbriggs Triathlon to tackle the stigma facing disabled people.
Our response to the Scottish Government publishing A Fairer Scotland for Disabled People: employment action plan.