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‘Door of Hope’ for Kirkton Community

A Dundee community is pulling together to (quite literally) create a Christmas to remember!

The Attic, which works with children, young people and families in Kirkton is to host a fortnight-long Christmas exhibition.  ‘Door of Hope’, which will run from 7-18 December, will showcase the creations of local people who attend The Attic’s weekly clubs and activities.

Visitors can also head outside into the community garden, decorated with lights, festive grafitti and a Christmas tree and enjoy a free, hot drink courtesy of Blend Coffee Shop in Dundee’s Reform Street.

On Saturday 12 December, Kirkton’s younger children can enjoy a visit to Santa’s Grotto, collecting a present before they leave.


Bruce White

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Accountancy Firm’s Helping Hand to Female Start-Ups

A Scottish accountancy firm is on a mission to support female entrepreneurs as they navigate the ‘choppy waters’ of business.

Edinburgh-based Steedman has become the latest Empowerment Partner of Dundee-based Women’s Business Station, a social enterprise which supports women in setting up a variety of enterprises, large and small. Empowerment Partners help support that drive, by offering professional advice and support through training and mentorship.


Hayley, Angie and Kirstin


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Movement. Scotland x South Africa

Dundee artists are joining their peers overseas to discuss the ‘curveball’ thrown by COVID-19.

Alumni and one final year undergraduate of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design are joining artists in South Africa and beyond to showcase artworks created during lockdown and share stories of the challenges and opportunities presented by the pandemic.  The group were given the brief to create art inspired by the theme of ‘movement’.


Mosaic art, Nelson Mandela. Credit – Dean Laminie


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The Yard Brings Christmas Home

Disabled children across Scotland are in for a festive treat, as they await personalised videos and letters from the man himself!

In the absence of parties, The Yard invited the families it supports to sign up for a free personalised greeting from Santa, in the form of a hand-written letter or video, filmed within The Yard’s outdoor Solardome-turned-grotto!

The video also features ‘Signalong’, a key word sign-supported communication system based on British Sign Language used by people with additional speech, language and communication needs.

Although the deadline for videos has now passed, there is still a chance to sign up for a personalised letter in return for a donation to The Yard.  By doing so, families will help support The Yard’s ongoing efforts to provide both in-person and online support for families across all three of its centres in Edinburgh, Kirkcaldy and Dundee.


Santa busy recording personalised festive videos for The Yard families!


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Young Parents’ Sewing Project Showcased

A unique handmade dress created by a group of young Dundee parents has gone on display at V&A Dundee today (Friday 20 November).

Five students from Dundee charity Front Lounge, who are currently working towards the Kindred Clothing SQA customised award qualification, have spent the last six weeks learning new sewing and embroidery skills with V&A Dundee’s practising textile designers to create the 1960s style sustainable dress.

Kindred Clothing ladies with Kayleigh Mitchell modelling the dress, alongside son Ryder.


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