Blog - Scotland
A 50 Person Zoom Disco
2nd November 2020
KMAdotcom is a working art studio that bills itself as a space of originality, collaboration and imagination. It is managed by four artists from Monday to Friday but is open and flexible to suit the needs of people who come to the workshop.
I Met The Sea At The Bus Stop
2nd November 2020
Open Book is a charity that runs shared reading and creative writing sessions in communities across Scotland. It uses literature to connect people, build communities and to amplify voices that often go unheard.
Providing stability at a time of uncertainty
28th October 2020
Music 4 U, a performing arts school in Aberdeen that continued to find innovative ways to reach out to its community during lockdown.
How a taxi driver helped me talk
9th October 2020
William Hall is a 25-year army veteran who had fallen into isolation, that is until he met David Gibson, the founder of Fares4Free.
12th August 2020
The chance to play an instrument is changing lives in Scotland with the help of The National Lottery
5 things to do at home this week (08/06/2020)
8th June 2020
This week we work out with National Lottery funded athletes, take part in exhibitions, dance the night away and listen to some wholesome podcasts... enjoy!
5 things to do at home this week (26/05/2020)
26th May 2020
In this edition, we become at home actors, explore another gallery from our living room, Redesign London transport, work out with Sport NI, and join Into film for a mega movie night!
5 things to do this week (18/05/2020)
18th May 2020
This week we are busy in the kitchen, taking a spin in some British classic cars, and much more…
Scotland's Celluloid Hero
9th February 2020
An historic cinema in Campbeltown has been beautifully restored with help from The National Lottery
If you can be a young carer, then you can do anything
29th January 2020
For Young Carers Day, Keira from the National Lottery funded Ocean Youth Trust Scotland tells us what its like to be a carer.
The four-legged carer
9th December 2019
A dementia dog called Uno has transformed the lives of this Glasgow couple