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Design a Christmas Card Competition

This Christmas we will be raising funds by offering people the chance to send a Carers Link e-card, and make a donation to Carer Link – saving paper as well as helping Carers Link support local carers. To do that we need our own card designs, and that’s where you come in. Can you design …

A National Care Service for Scotland

In this episode, Katy is joined by Catriona, one of Carers Link’s carer support workers who focuses on finding breaks for carers. Today Katy and Catriona speak to Shubhanna Hussain-Ahmed from the Coalition of Carers in Scotland to discuss the Scottish Government’s consultation on a proposed National Care Service .  The proposed will make a …

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Are you looking for support? The East Dunbartonshire Asset Map is an interactive map with information about local activities, resources, organisations and places. These 'community assets' are tools you can use to support your health and wellbeing, both physical and mental.View the map at - and if there is a resource missing that has has helped you, you can add it to the map so that other people can benefit. ... See MoreSee Less
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Last chance to enter our Design a Christmas card competition, with prizes for our favourite design in 3 age groups: Under 16, 16-25 and 26 and over and the chance to see your card on the Don't Send me a Card websiteWe are looking for a design to use on an e-card, but your creation does not need to be digital. You can create it however you want and then either take a photo of it or deliver it to our office for us to photograph it. The deadline for entries is 4pm on Wednesday 27th October, by email to or to Milngavie Enterprise Centre, Ellangowan Road, Milngavie G66 8PH. Find out more at ... See MoreSee Less
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