Local Network

New local networks Generations Working Together (GWT) is supporting and creating new local intergenerational networks throughout Scotland, which are designed to create networking opportunities for organisations and groups who would like to be kept up to date with what's happening in the local area; along with opportunities to link with other key partners in delivering current and future intergenerational activities. In addition they will hear what GWT is planning to do nationally, and how they can have an input in our policies and strategies.

To book a place at one of the meetings below please contact our Administrator or if you'd like to contact one of our local coordinators please check out the contacts page for further details. 

Click here to complete a membership form for your local network area.

Aberdeen has held several meetings, and hope to announce another date soon.

Angus met for the first time on Wednesday 22nd February. Further information will be available on our website.

Argyll & Bute will meet on Thursday 30th August 10am - 12.30pm, in the Fire Station, Soroba Road, Oban, PA34 4SB for a showcase event.

Gail Cassidy (GWT Local Network Co-ordinator), will be conducting a 2-day course on Intergenerational Training Resources on Wednesday the 22nd and Wednesday the 29th of August.  The venue is The Bookcycle Premises, 39 Barrhill Road, Cumnock.  KA18 1PG.  If you are interested in attending this course, please contact Gail - 01563 544 765, or to email her, click here.  The November meeting of the GWT National Network will take place in Ayr. 

Dumfries & Galloway
 will meet on Monday 3rd September 11am - 1.30pm, in the Community Centre, Castle Douglas

East Renfrewshire will meet on Friday 14th September 10am - 12noon, in Voluntary Action East Ayrshire, 56 Kelburn Street, Barrhead, G78 1LR.

Edinburgh & Lothians will meet again on Friday 21st September 11.30am - 1.30pm, in the South Bridge Resource Centre, 6 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh EH1 1LT.

Forth Valley will meet again on Thursday 29th November, 9.30am - 12noon, in CVS Falkirk & District, Unit 6, Callendar Business Park, The Courtyard, Callendar Road, Falkirk, FK1 1XR.

Glasgow will meet on Wednesday 10th October instead of Friday 19th October, 10am - 12.30pm, Venue TBC.

Highlands (Fort William) will meet on Thursday 6th September, 3-5pm, in Voluntary Action Lochaber, An Drochaid, Claggan Road, Fort William, PH33 6PH

Highlands (Inverness, Black Isle, Loch Ness & Nairn)
will meet on Monday 27th August 12.30-3pm, in The Victoria Hall, 15 High Street, Cromarty, Black Isle,  IV11 8YR

Highlands (Caithness & Sutherland) will meet Tuesday 28th August, 10am - 12.30pm, in the Pulteney Centre,  Huddart Street  Wick, Caithness  KW1 5BA.

Highlands (Skye, Lochalsh & Ross-shire) will meet for the first time on Wednesday 29th August, 10am - 12.30pm, in the Plockton Hotel, Harbour Street, Plockton, IV52 8TN.

Inverclyde will meet on Thursday 4th October, 10am - 12noon, in the Craigend Resource Centre, McLeod Street, Greenock, PA15 2HD. Thereafter it will meet on the 5th of December.

Lanarkshire (North) will meet on Tuesday 18th September, 10am - 12.30pm, in Summerlee Museum, Heritage Way, Coatbridge, ML5 1QD (venue TBC). 

 will meet on Friday 7th September, time & venue tbc

Orkney Isles will meet on Thursday 27th September 10.30am - 12.30pm, in Voluntary Action Orkney, Anchor Building, 6 Bridge Street, Kirkwall, KW15 1HR.  

 met on Monday 14th May and plan to meet again in September (date & venue tbc).

Scottish Borders met on Thursday 5th July.  Details of futher meetings will appear soon.

Isles will meet on Monday 24th September 1.30-4pm, in the Isleburgh Complex, King Harald Street, Lerwick, Shetland Isles, ZW1 0RQ. 

These networks allow members to share information, create new project partnerships, strengthen community links and access support. Networks currently exist in many areas throughout Scotland. Over the next ten months it is hoped to create new networks in Aberdeenshire, Fife, East/West Dunbartonshire, South Ayrshire, Perth & Dundee. If you are interested in attending or helping to set up any of these networks please click here.

The following links detail a variety of intergenerational projects and activities run throughout Scotland or alternatively you can click on 'Organisation Search' in the left hand menu. If you wish to search for projects by theme or you know the name click on 'Local Projects'.

Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire: Argyll-Bute; Ayrshire; Dumfries-Galloway: Dundee-Angus: Edinburgh-Lothian: Fife: Glasgow-Dunbarton: Highlands: Lanarkshire: Orkney: Perth: Renfrewshire-Inverclyde: Scottish Borders: Shetland: Stirling-Falkirk-Clackmannanshire: Scottish Borders:
Western Isles

Click here to complete a membership form for your local network.

It is free to join and it gives you access to:

  • Free tailored training
  • Database of projects by type and location
  • Opportunities for networking
  • Guidance on funding for local project activity and development.

Most organisations can join their local network -

  • Local educational institutions
        (nurseries, play groups, schools, colleges, universities, community education)
  • Voluntary and community organisations
  • Public sector organisations, local authorities, health boards, police, fire and rescue
  • Older people's groups and organisations (care homes, day centres, sheltered housing)
  • Younger people's organisations (youth groups, uniformed groups)
  • Sports groups, local faith communities and other related organisations
  • Individuals with an interest in intergenerational working can join too!