The Centre for Stewardship is run by Falkland Stewardship Trust, a small charity based at the heart of the Estate and located in Falkland House Stables. Photograph of a rock sitting in the burn which runs through Maspie Glen They run a number of events through the year and work with a range of partners, […]
We (RNIB) are partners in running Cafe TIkii, a social firm with outlets in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Falkirk. All three of the cafes are fully accessible and help unemployed local people with sight or hearing loss, or additional needs, to learn new skills and find work
Edinburgh Tool Library is the UK’s first tool library, promoting sharing as a way of reducing our environmental impact. We lend our members tools for DIY, gardening, decorating and machine repair, so that they don’t need to own them. Not only does this collaborative approach make sense environmentally, it also helps our members financially.
Common Wheel is a charity which provides meaningful activity for people with mental illness, through working with bicycles and music. Clients learn how to build and maintain bicycles, and in the process gain self-confidence and self-esteem. As an integral part of the project, skilled bicycle technicians oversee the production and sale of reconditioned custom-built bicycles […]
Assist Social Capital CIC (ASC) works with individuals and organisations anywhere to develop communities, using ‘social capital’ as a critical resource. “Assist Social Capital’s has extensive experience in delivering high quality replicable results by shedding new light on what works providing long term improvements.”
Supporting people with disabilities to work in the hospitality industry through the competition (est. 10 years ago) and the training centre, which they aim to open this year.
The Dream Machine is a place to relax, play and create. They offer sensory immersion workshops and support the journey of self discovery. Here, you can feel the healing power of music, light and interaction and build new networks for a brighter future.
Clyde Electronics is a new Social Enterprise Company whose aim is to act as a training, research & development centre and consultancy company in the area of Electronic Engineering. Initially the business will be making consumer electronics for musicians – specifically guitar effects pedals and low powered guitar amps – and 3D printers for use […]