Attic receives grant

Youth Workers and volunteers have come up with a very wide and diverse programme of workshops and events over the winter months. The programme will include workshops raising awareness of social issues such as smoking, alcohol and health. The fun events have so far included pool competitions, Children in Need charity nights, Guide Dog Talk, House of Colours evening and music jamming. Funding to cover the programme has been obtained from Cashback which distributes money recovered from criminal activities into the Voluntary Sector. 'Pictured are Attic members playing pool on the recently re-covered tables, funded by an Angus Council Community Grant.
Youth Workers and volunteers have come up with a very wide and diverse programme of workshops and events over the winter months. The programme will include workshops raising awareness of social issues such as smoking, alcohol and health. The fun events have so far included pool competitions, Children in Need charity nights, Guide Dog Talk, House of Colours evening and music jamming. Funding to cover the programme has been obtained from Cashback which distributes money recovered from criminal activities into the Voluntary Sector. 'Pictured are Attic members playing pool on the recently re-covered tables, funded by an Angus Council Community Grant.

COOL FOR POOL: Youth Workers and volunteers in Brechin have come up with a very wide and diverse programme of workshops and events over the winter months. The programme will include workshops raising awareness of social issues such as smoking, alcohol and health. The fun events have so far included; pool competitions, Children in Need charity nights, Guide Dogs Talk, House of Colours evening and music jamming. Funding to cover the programme has been obtained from Cashback, which distributes money recovered from criminal activities into the Voluntary Sector.

Pictured are Attic members playing pool on the recently re-covered tables, funded by an Angus Council Community Grant.