Achieving our goals with the help and support of people like you
We need your help
However hard we work, whatever plans we make, we can only ever achieve them with the help and support of people like you.
Whether it’s helping a young person learn new skills and take the first step towards work, protecting the priceless heritage and environments of Scotland’s 200-year-old canals, or encouraging people to get active to improve their health and wellbeing and make some new friends in the process, our incredible volunteers and supporters help us to deliver a huge range of projects and transform lives.
Have a look at how we can work together to create a brighter future for the people of Scotland and think about volunteering or donating today. Text ‘canal’ to 70111 to give £3 or visit our Just Giving Page.
Help us keep the Forth & Clyde canal and surrounding environment free from litter at this litter-pick! Everyone is welcome to join in at this fun community clean-up. Led by one of
Help us keep the Forth & Clyde canal and surrounding environment free from litter at this litter-pick!
Everyone is welcome to join in at this fun community clean-up.
Led by one of our community engagement officers, we’ll provide all the equipment needed.
All you’ll need to bring is a snack or lunch if you’d like some and dress appropriately for the weather.
If you’d like to come along please contact Alan.
(Sunday) 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Free Wheel North Bike Shop
1621 Maryhill Road G20 0DZ
Alan Forrester07768 951740
Join us for a morning stroll around Muirtown Basin, Inverness as we walk a mile to help end mental health stigma - it's good to walk and talk! We
Join us for a morning stroll around Muirtown Basin, Inverness as we walk a mile to help end mental health stigma – it’s good to walk and talk!
We meet for regular walks to make a difference and build resilience! Come along and have a wander. It’s social, informative and fun.
This walk is part of Let’s walk a mile campaign to tackle stigma. It’s no good for anyone, it can make people feel worse and stop them asking for help. It’s time to stop and think about our own prejudices and recognise the way we think about, and the way we behave towards, others.
We’re meeting on the canal bank on the far side of the Muirtown swing bridge from town
(Wednesday) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Muirtown Basin, Inverness
Stephen Wisemanstephen@scottishwaterwaystrust.org.uk / 01463 725561