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Information and Advice for Adults in East Dunbartonshire

Month: July 2018

Carers Allowance Supplement Roadshows

The Social Security Directorate are creating opportunities for people across the country to get involved in the design and operation of Scotland’s new social security system.

During July and August, a series of roadshows will be held across Scotland to raise awareness of the new Carer’s Allowance Supplement. The roadshows are specifically for those who work with carers and places will be limited.

It is hoped that as many front line staff as possible have the opportunity to attend.

Please RSVP to Colin Bell at: Colin.Bell2@gov.scot confirming your name, contact details, organisation and which date you wish to attend by close of play Friday 13th July. Please include any special requirements.

Roadshow Dates

Wednesday 11 July – 14 City Square, Committee Room 1, Dundee (10.30 to 1pm)

Thurs 12 July – Kirkcaldy Art Gallery, War Memorial Gardens, Kirkcaldy (10.30 to 1pm)

Wed 18 July – Broomhill Activity Centre, 197 Broomhill Road, Aberdeen (10.30 to 1pm)

Thurs 19 July – Spectrum Centre, 1 Margaret Street, Inverness (10.30 to 1pm)

Wed 25 July – Renfrewshire Carers Centre, Room 2, Unit 55, The Embroidery Mill, Abbey Mill Business Centre, Paisley (11.30 to 2pm)

Thurs 26 July – Ayr Town Hall, The Chambers, New Bridge Street, Ayr (10.30 to 1pm)

Mon 30 July – Lanarkshire Carers Centre, 92 Hallcraig Street, Airdrie (10.30 to 1pm)

Thurs 2 August – Vocal Edinburgh’s Carers Hub, Willow Boardroom, 60 Leith Walk, Edinburgh (10.30 to 1pm)

Wed 8 August – Teacher Building, Mash Room, 14 St.Enoch Square, Glasgow (10.30 to 1pm)

Thurs 9 August – Teacher Building, Mash Room, 14 St.Enoch Square, Glasgow (1.30 to 4pm)

Wed 15 August – Carers of West Lothian, Sycamore House, Quarrywood Court, Livingston (1.30 to 4pm)

Thurs 16 August – Cairndale Hotel, Annandale Meeting Room, English Street, Dumfries (10.30 to 1pm)

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