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    AYBI ‘Real TALK . The programme has been formulated to deliver Physical and Mental wellbeing by combining CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy) and boxing training with Young People. Each session is a mixture of physical exercise, visuals, PowerPoint, worksheet/s and circle time/group discussions. Resulting in a Credited Box England Award upon Read more [...]

  • AYBI Under The Ring Film Making Project

    THANKS TO REGENT’S PLACE COMMUNITY FUND AYBI has fully funded filmmaking project comprising of 10 sessions and aiming to consider and critique experiences of youth violence, both how it’s represented in the media and personal experiences. We are aiming to offer a buffet of different forms of creative expression for Read more [...]

  • Outdoor Learning

    The Trust is now a member of the local “Outdoor and Woodland Learning” group and we were at the launch event held at Balloch Park. The purpose of this group is for environmental and conservation groups, like ourselves, to share educative outdoor activities with teachers and early year’s practitioners. It Read more [...]

  • Winter Workshops

    The Trust is continuing our collaborative environmental group-work projects with Dumbarton Area Council on Alcohol (DACA). With their fishing group having a winter break we have been busy doing some winter workshops to appreciate their local environment. This has introduced them to different species of bats and birds they will Read more [...]

  • Wild Trails: Path Clearing & Litter Pick

    Re-establishing access along the east bank of the River Leven as part of our “Wild Trails Project” has been a huge success. It has been highly utilised and will undergo further development and improvement works to make it accessible for different activities and all abilities. However the decades of accumulated Read more [...]

  • Connected Conservation Part 2!

    Our “Connected Conservation Project” has now been delivered to two local secondary schools, Vale of Leven Academy and now Dumbarton Academy. In the first classroom lesson the students at Dumbarton Academy learnt about their local burn called the “Gruggies Burn” and were taught about the history, wildlife it supports and Read more [...]

  • Youth Engagement

    We are delighted to have been awarded £7,500 of funding from the Regent’s Place Community Fund towards our Football and Drop-In programmes at Fitzrovia Youth in Action. Over the next couple of weeks, we are going to be consulting young people and working with them to identify the impact of Read more [...]

  • River Brent London

    What was expected to be a cold, dull and grey day, ended up being a bright and energetic winter day in the field. This time we focused on vegetation management, as we are close to the bird nesting season, and we need to do as much as we can before Read more [...]

  • A Lot of Litter

    This was our fourth event, the first event of 2020, on the 25 January in the River Brent at Quainton Street Open Space. The volunteers arrived with two options of work, either litter picking or riparian vegetation management. When the event started, we though there wouldn’t be enough litter for Read more [...]

  • Breakfast Club

    A change to the way we give out food. We welcomed everyone at the door with a hot drink & Greggs sandwich, cake and sausage roll. Went well and everyone appreciated us opening to help them. Thanks to Greggs for the food Greggs4Good

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