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Dundee Bairns, a charity which distributes food for schoolchildren in the most heavily deprived areas of Dundee, has dished out over 160,000 meals since its launch three years ago.

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Hillcrest Futures held an event to showcase recovery and well-being activities on offer across Dundee to help alleviate the city’s high number of drug related deaths. (from left) Joy Dunlop, Hillcrest Futures managing director; Pauline McIntosh, Hillcrest Futures Tayside Community Recovery Ser

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Fairfield Housing Co-operative is the latest social landlord to sign up for the Perth and Kinross Common Housing Register (CHR). Around 600 Fairfield Housing Co-operative properties have been added to the CHR, joining properties let by other local social landlords Perth & Kinross Council, Caledo

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Dundee-based trades company Hillcrest Maintenance has teamed up with The Prince’s Trust to offer a local young person the opportunity to get hands-on experience in electrical installation. The six-week ‘Get Into Electrical’ course is a national employment initiative run by The Prin

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The energy advice team at Hillcrest have found themselves doing battle with more than just fuel poverty – they’ve also been fending off the icy antics of their arch-nemesis Coldemorte, who is out to bring cold to the world. While fuel poverty is very much real, fortunately Coldemorte is

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Hillcrest tenants and service users got their teeth into the company’s bright new brand at a series of events held to celebrate the huge overhaul. The series of Bite into Our New Brand events took place across Dundee, Angus, Fife, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Perth and Kinross, and saw Hillcrest Hom

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After almost a year in the making, Hillcrest has today unveiled a bold new brand and big changes following extensive consultation with tenants, service users and staff.

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A £25,000 award which was raised through a special event by Hillcrest and donated to charity Move On last year has been instrumental in bringing brighter futures to a number of vulnerable and homeless people. The money was raised through a black tie fundraising event back in November 2017 to c

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The construction of on 91 homes at Mackie Village on Ury Estate on behalf of Hillcrest Housing Association is now under way. Local stakeholders including Andrew Bowie MP, Cllr Sarah Dickinson and Cllr Sandy Wallace joined Andrew Rae from FM Construction and Hillcrest Housing Association chief execut

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