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Glasgow Pupils Help Tackle Loneliness With Bield

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A group of pupils from Glasgow have been helping to combat loneliness and isolation in their community by donating their time at a local retirement development. Third-year students from St Andrew’s High School MCR Pathways Programme have been lending a hand at Bield’s Coxton Gardens as part of their Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.

With the support of Bield’s volunteer team, the sessions have so far seen students chatting and getting to know tenants, as well as taking part in more traditional games such as bingo. Jean Monteith, retirement housing manager at Bield’s Coxton Gardens, said: “It’s been great having the pupils from St Andrew’s High School visit the development. “On top of their camping trips, the group were looking for ways to give back to the community in order to complete their Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.

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A group of pupils from Glasgow have been helping to combat loneliness and isolation in their community by donating their time at a local retirement development. Third year students from St Andrew’s High...

 

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