Enhancing the lives of older people in South Lanarkshire since 1992
12 February 2019
Lottery award helps LEAP continue its leisure and learning programme
Lanarkshire Charity LEAP has secured
more than £47,000 funding for its Leisure
and Learning programme for older people
in the area.
The charity was set up more than 25 years
ago by older people in the Cambuslang area
because of a lack of things for them to do.
That is still the base on which the charity
works today, and the National Lottery award
from The National Lottery Community Fund, totalling £47,140, will allow it to continue its activity programme for a further two years.
30 January 2019
Camglen Radio helps promote learning and volunteering
Listen to Catriona MacGregor, Learning
Co-ordinator, and Kevin Key, Handyperson
Co-ordinator, talk to KJ on Camglen about
our learning programme and the need for
more handypersons across the Rutherglen
and Cambuslang area.
20 December 2018
Unique recycle scheme wins Climate Challenge Fund award
The LEAP Project’s R:evolve Recycle clothing
shops have won this year’s Climate Challenge
Fund Award for reducing waste.
They picked up the award at a ceremony which
took place in Perth Concert Hall on 12
December, organised by environmental charity
Keep Scotland Beautiful on behalf of the Scottish
22 November 2018