Range of activities for older residents keeps on growing
0 Have your say A range of new activities for older residents are being rolled out across Berwickshire, including a soup club, and a new men’s shed group.
Scottish Borders Council’s community capacity building team is focusing on communities across Berwickshire to see what type of activities people would like.
“I am aware just how successful and well attended these types of classes are elsewhere in the region and am pleased that Berwickshire residents are being given the chance to experience the health and wellbeing benefits that these sessions can bring,” said Councillor Frances Renton.... read more
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