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Aberdeenshire Family Information Service


Aberdeenshire Family Information Service (AFIS) provides a free, impartial and confidential service giving information and advice on childcare as well as giving information on a wide range of services for ...

Paisley Colour Photographic Club

Photography Club based in Paisley. Membership is open to all ages. The club meets regularly and runs competitions throughout the year.

Dental Emergency Telephone line

A Dental Enquiry Telephone Line is available for unregistered patients with dental pain/problems and for dental information. Emergency slots are available every day throughout the Borders for emergency tr...

Glasgow Women's Library

Glasgow Women’s Library is no ordinary library! We are the only resource of its kind in Scotland and a true national treasure.

As well as a lending library, we hold a wonderful treasure trove of hist...

Free Pride

Free Pride is an LGBTQIA community group which aims to put the voices of the most marginalised at the heart of our activism.

Edinburgh Trans Women

Support group aimed at transsexual women at any stage of transition, women who are transgender and live as women full-time or part-time or for those who are questioning their gender identity.

Trans Masculine Scotland

Trans Masculine Scotland is a support group run by and for the trans masculine community. We welcome all trans masculine (including non binary) folks aged 16+ who were assigned female at birth or socialise...

Number One Banchory


We are a social enterprise for Banchory, with a volunteer run cafe and affordable meeting rooms and community spaces. We are home to a number of support services including alcohol and drug information. Num...

Sue Ryder


Our free service aims to improve the health and well-being of people living at home in Aberdeen city with neurological conditions.

Aberdeen Deaf Club

Independent Club for Deaf people in Aberdeen. British Sign Language (BSL) is used at the club. Hearing people who use BSL and learners are also welcome.

Hearing Loss Support Group (ABERDEEN)

People of all ages who have a hearing loss can meet to share stories, tips and information and offer support to each other. The meetings are informal and relaxed: a chance to discover how others manage th...

Carnoustie Social-eyes

Carnoustie Social-Eyes is a group for the blind and partially sighted in Angus. The group is run by the members for the members and has regular meetings and trips.

Blind Golf Scotland

A voluntarily run organisation, providing quality competition and training in golf for registered blind and visually impaired people in Scotland

Food Train - West Lothian

Food Train is a registered charity, voluntary organisation and social enterprise providing vital support services to enable older people to live independently at home for as long as possible.


Compass Point

Compass Point is a community hub has with a focus on employability, financial inclusion, benefits and money support. A one-stop shop aimed at providing advice, support and training on a wide range of issue...

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