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Lead Scotland’s team of staff and volunteers are delighted to receive Investing in Volunteers for the fourth time! Lead was the second organisation to receive the Award back in 2005.
The following survey comes from a team of researchers based at the University of Stirling, researching the role of volunteers in supporting people living with dementia.
We talk to some of the dancers from A&M Training about their experience at the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony.
Jo Haythornthwaite tells us a little bit about the Maryhill Integration Network, her role there and the work that they do.
We speak to volunteers at Stirling Library Outreach Service to find out what they do and how it helps.