Published on 18 April 2018
A Dundee community project, which is vying for up to £50,000 National Lottery funding, has attracted support from a local fashion designer, whose client base includes Miley Cyrus and Pixie Lott.
Mother-of-one Samantha Paton (28) of Isolated Heroes, who works out of the city’s Meadow Mill, is backing Kindred Clothing, a project created by and for young parents participating in the wider ‘Bringing Up Baby’ group based at the city’s Hilltown.
Kindred Clothing will build the skills, confidence and networks of vulnerable, young families by supporting parents under the age of 20 to design and make clothes, learn new skills and make friends while their children play. Ultimately, it is hoped that those attending will leave with an official accreditation.
Published on 16 April 2018
A Dundee Mum is crediting a young parents’ group with ‘turning her life around’ and urging local communities to back its campaign for National Lottery funding.
Zoe Smith (20), Mum to one year old Tilly is one of a growing number of young parents attending the ‘Bringing Up Baby’ ‘Kindred Clothing’ project, based at Front Lounge in the city’s Hilltown.
Published on 16 April 2018
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A staggering 300 potential buyers have joined the mailing list for our new development at West Woodlands, Perth in just one month!
A total of 46 homes – a selection of two bedroom apartments and two and three bedroom semi-detached houses – will form the first phase of this fantastic, new development just off Glasgow Road.
Published on 12 April 2018
A Dundee community project, created by and for young parents, has been shortlisted for a £50,000 National Lottery grant which could transform the lives and skillset of 30 teenage parent families throughout the city.
Led by Front Lounge, the new ‘Bringing Up Baby (BUBS)’ ‘Kindred Clothing’ project will build the skills, confidence and networks of vulnerable, young families by supporting parents under the age of 20 to design and make clothes, learn new skills and make friends while their children play. Ultimately, it is hoped that those attending will leave with an official accreditation from Dundee and Angus College.
Published on 10 April 2018
Organisers of the World’s first Menopause Festival, currently underway in Perth, have revealed that events have sparked a range of follow-up sessions amongst communities and workplaces across the UK, and further afield.
The next phase of the festival, which kicked off in March, will see two Saturday afternoon events take place at Perth Theatre on Saturday 21 April and Saturday 12 May 2018.
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