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Vulnerable the focus of Midlothian funding boosts

Volunteer Centre Midlothian will be able to use their funding to provide IT training

Volunteer Centre Midlothian will be able to use their funding to provide IT training

Four Midlothian organisations are looking forward to the new year after securing funding to support vulnerable people in local communities.

Children 1st is to receive £230,000 from the Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland’s Partnership Drugs Initiative to expand an intensive family support service.

Lloyds TSB Foundation funding, through the Henry Duncan Awards, has been received by the Volunteer Centre Midlothian (£4,000) and Midlothian Association of Play (£4,862) towards its playscheme officer’s salary.

In separate funding news, Midlothian Council is to receive £76,272 from the Big Lottery Fund to support young people’s vocational opportunities.

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