The first voyage of project funding from Scottish Government’s programme “CashBack for Communities” took place last week as eight young people from Scottish Borders set sail on April 17th. The group spent five days exploring the waters of the Upper Clyde, departing and returning into James Watt Dock in Greenock. The young people, who come from the Connect Berwickshire Youth […]
Ocean Youth Trust Scotland (OYT Scotland) is pleased to be selected as one of the 17 groups to be awarded funding to help some of Scotland’s most disadvantaged young people. “On Course with CashBack” will provide exemplary youth work to help raise the attainment, aspirations and ambition of disadvantaged young people across Scotland. Justice Secretary Michael Matheson made the […]
“This experience was out of this world” was how one member of last week’s crew described their time on board with Ocean Youth Trust Scotland. Ten young people from Stonelaw High School in South Lanarkshire departed from James Watt Dock Marina in Greenock on the 12th September. The group was at sea for five days, covering […]
Alba Explorer welcomed young people from the East Renfrewshire area on board last week as part of the Ocean Youth Trust Scotland (OYT Scotland) “CashBack for Communities” programme. Departing and returning into Greenock, the group set sail on 12th September for five days, sailing 140 nautical miles. Their first port of call was Campbeltown, with […]
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