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  • Seed to Plate, Grow Together

    Created: 15/07/2022
    News/Events Category: General News

    Are you aged 18 - 24? Are you eager to start a training or a career but you’re unsure what your interests are? Want to build confidence, socialise and try new things? Methilhill Community Children’s Initiative is now offering sessions for you to try a range of activities, including cooking, construction, landscaping, first aid, crafting, climate change, uniformed services, entrepreneurship.  

    At the end of each topic you will be provided with information how to get involved in relevant volunteer opportunities, courses or employment. 

    You can also learn key skills for your personal life, such as cooking, family planning, upcycling, managing mental health, mindfulness, and energy saving. 

    If you are interested in joining the program or you would like to refer someone fill in the referral form and return to [email protected] 

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