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provides holistic

and preventative services

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establishes locally based,

accessible and flexible services

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promotes children's healthy

development and potential

Circle ...

works with the whole family

Circle ...

provides holistic

and preventative services

Circle ...

establishes locally based,

accessible and flexible services

Circle ...

promotes children's healthy

development and potential

Circle ...

works with the whole family

Welcome to Circle                

Welcome to Circle's quarterly external newsletter. Here you will find an overview of some of the latest happenings at Circle, as well as finding out information about upcoming events. 

 

Arabella Weir chooses winning Mother's Day card

Well done to all of the children supported by Circle who entered our Mother's Day card competition!

Congratulations to the winner Shelby-Fay Ritchie (age 10) chosen by our patron Arabella Weir. We love your beautiful design! Read more...

 

Update from our Chief Executive, Rhona Hunter

As this is my first newsletter as the new Chief Executive of Circle, I would like to say a warm hello to those I have yet to meet. It has been a busy but productive few months and I have been very privileged to meet a range of funders, key partners and people who support the organisation including our Advisory Panel who have helped to shape our thinking and plan for the future. Read more...
 

Circle Information Sessions for Professionals and Students

Circle are now offering regular Information Sessions to provide an opportunity to find out more about the services we offer and how these can be accessed. Read more...
 

Circle awarded grant from Tesco Bags of Help Initiative

We're delighted our Dads' Group has been awarded £4,400. This will really make a difference and will go towards outdoor activities and healthy eating for the group. Thanks everyone who voted for us in Tesco stores! Read more...
 

Family Support Worker Diaries


Click here to read our latest diary entry. 
 

East Lothian Pregnancy Support Group

We recently delivered our second Pregnancy Support group in partnership with First Step in Musselburgh. Read more...
 

Welcoming an
Inclusive Approach

In February a group of mothers with babies and young children came together with Scottish Government Researchers to provide their views on a draft joint application form for Best Start Grant and Health Start vouchers.
Read more...
 

Launch of Community Justice Scotland

Community Justice Scotland formally came into effect on 1st April 2017. This marks a significant change in Community Justice in Scotland with the aim of collectively strengthening how public services, third sector and other partners work together to prevent and reduce further offending. Read more...

Family Support Worker selected by Winston Churchill Memorial Trust


Our very own Lyndsay Fraser-Robertson has been selected to carry out a travelling fellowship in the 'Early Years Prevention and Intervention' category. Lyndsay will travel to the United States to research services for pregnant women who are drug dependent. Read more...
 

Circle's Whole Family Approach

For the first time, Circle has a set of practice principles that constitute our ‘whole family approach’. Read more...
 

Circle's Easter Extravaganza


Circle hosted a variety of activities for children and families during the Easter holidays including trips to local attractions, family excursions and celebratory fun days. Read more...
 

Circle's Haven Project -
Baby Peep and
Bump to Buggy Groups


We continue to receive great feedback from families involved in our Baby Peep and Bump to Buggy groups. Read more...
 

Help Circle raise funds for free via easyfundraising

Shop online from over 2,700 retailers and easyfundraising give a donation every time you buy something, at no extra cost. Read more...
 

Circle as Leonardo Charity of the Year Finalist


Circle was delighted to be shortlisted as one of Leonardo's 'Charity of the Year' finalists. Unfortunately we were not successful this time round, but are grateful for their £1,000 donation which will go towards garden equipment, raised beds and picnic benches for our ISSEP Mentoring Project to use. We look forward to maintaining our relationship with the Edinburgh branch. 

Best wishes from all at Circle.

For any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us at  info@circle.scot

 

Thank you for your continued support.

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