Angela Constance MSP recently visited Spark in Craigshill, a community-based project that is making a real difference. The project provides a range of activities and support services from ‘Singing for health’ to ‘Walking with Maddie’. During her visit, Angela met with staff and volunteers at Spark to learn more about the work they do and the impact it has on the community. She was impressed by the dedication of the team and the positive effect they are having on the lives of local people.
Angela's visit to Spark was a great success, shining a spotlight on the important work being done by community-based projects like this one. With continued support from local authorities and the wider community, projects like Spark can make a real difference in the lives of those who need it most.
Angela Constance MSP commented:
"It was fantastic to see first-hand the excellent work being done by SPARK to support the community, especially during the cost-of-living crisis. SPARK is providing a range of invaluable services to help people turn their business ideas into reality, I was very impressed with the t-shirts and hoodies for sale. It's clear that this centre is making a real difference to the lives of those who use it, and I look forward to seeing its continued success in the future."Back to All Press Releases
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