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Regional Development Project Review August 2015

South East Scotland Regional Scout Council

Regional Development Project Review August 2015

Engagement

During the five years of the project we engaged with many people. The pie chart below gives a visual representation of this key engagement. The categories included are:

  • New Groups/Sections: Young People
  • New Groups/Sections: adults (volunteers)
  • Existing leaders: Districts, Group support, Group Development Days
  • Communities: schools, youth orgs, further/higher education, businesses
  • Volunteer enquiries

It should be noted that this list is not exhaustive and that a number of groups of people have been left out as it was not realistic to quantify them (e.g. parents and families of young people we have worked with).

Engagement with the Development Project

List of community groups, organisations, businesses

Schools Dalry Primary School, Tynecastle High School, Canal View Primary School, Clermiston Primary School, The Royal Blind School.

Youth Organisations GirlGuiding, The Boys’ Brigade, The Girls’ Brigade, Edinburgh Youth Work Consortium, Sikh Sanjog, Scouts Scotland, UK Scout Association, Edinburgh Sick Children’s Hospital, Magdalene Community Centre, Mayfield Easthouses Church, St Andrew’s Clermiston Church, Barclay Viewforth Church, King’s Church, East Lothian Community Learning and Development, With Kids, The Tent.

Other Organisations Volunteer Centre Edinburgh, Midlothian Volunteer Centre, Job Centres (two locations within Edinburgh and Midlothian), East Lothian STRiVE, Borders Volunteer Centre, Edinburgh Mela, National Museum of Flight.

Further/Higher Education Heriot-Watt University (both Edinburgh and the Borders campuses), Edinburgh University, Edinburgh Napier University, Queen Margaret University, Stevenson College, Telford College and Jewel & Esk Valley College.

Businesses Scottish Water, State Street, Standard Life, Royal Bank of Scotland.