Awards for hands-on Midlothian teens

Catherine Milligan (16) received certificates for identifying tools and their uses, vehicle servicing - motorcycles, and art project from Joan Bryce (left) and Marie Macfarlane.
Catherine Milligan (16) received certificates for identifying tools and their uses, vehicle servicing - motorcycles, and art project from Joan Bryce (left) and Marie Macfarlane.

ELEVEN teenagers were presented with certificates at a Celebration of Achievement held recently at RUTS in Newtongrange.

RUTS (Rural and Urban Training Scheme) runs programmes of motorcycle-related activities for young people from a workshop at Lady Victoria Colliery in Newtongrange.

Previous candidates from all of the RUTS programmes were invited to the event to collect their certificates of achievement. Receiving awards were:

Catherine Milligan – Use and Care of Hand Tools, Vehicle Servicing – Motorcycles, art project; Kaya McInnes - Use and Care of Hand Tools, Vehicle Servicing – Motorcycles, Personal Development and Employability; Danielle Watson – art project; Corin Lane – Use and Care of Hand Tools, art project; Duncan Shepherd - Use and Care of Hand Tools, Personal Development and Employability, art project; Adele Grant - Use and Care of Hand Tools, Personal Development and Employability; Laura Blake - Personal Development and Employability, Use and Care of Hand Tools; Heather Speirs - Use and Care of Hand Tools, Personal Development and Employability; Dale McDonald - art project; Mark McLeary - art project; Andrew Watson - Personal Development and Employability.