Cultural & Educational visits are organised once or twice a year (depending on funds available). These trips provide opportunities for residents to get out and experience some great Scottish scenery and learn about various Scottish cultures and history. They promote social cohesion by providing residents the chance to meet neighbours and make friendships that might not have happened otherwise.
“I enjoyed the history because I am studying at college and it helped me. Scottish history is very important for us as asylum seekers to learn the history of Scotland. It is an honour, to be allowed this chance to exploring the Scottish history”
“I enjoyed and learned about historic nature of Glasgow, Transport museum, Clyde, Kelvingrove”
“The children enjoyed their time and so did we, it was a wonderful day out”
“Great time with our neighbours, first time with them & really enjoyed”