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A number of Gowrie services worked together to host a "blooming good" garden party in Edinburgh last week.

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The proposed site on Benvie Road Plans have been submitted to develop 12 new flats in Dundee on behalf of Hillcrest Housing Association.

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Hillcrest Housing Association fundraising team, The Late Developers, held a successful walking football tournament on Saturday to raise money for Brae Riding for the Disabled. Coupled with the raffle and auction the team has recently held, they have raised nearly £1,600 for the horsing riding thera

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A Glasgow homeless support team and the people they support, collectively known as Portman Peddlers, cycled the 558 miles between Glasgow and Paris to raise money for a Scottish care charity last week.

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Five Dundee people proved you are never too old to learn new skills when they were awarded employability skill-based accreditations in the city. The Gowrie Care’s clients gained their SCQF Levels 3 and 4 Adult Achievement Awards in partnership with LEAD Scotland.

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As part of Hillcrest’s 50 Grand to Lend a Hand fundraising initiative, Big Mac and his Quarter Pounders raised over £260 for the Archie Foundation hosting an afternoon tea at the weekend. Tea and cakes and lots of other treats were on offer for sweet toothed Dundonians to enjoy.

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One of Hillcrest's fundraising teams has not only raised a fantastic amount of money but left people in Dundee feeling beautiful. Big Mac and His Quarter Pounders raised £520 by arranging a beauty night at Dundee and Angus College where people were offered a number of treatments including waxing, n

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Euan Hird demonstrating a smart meter Hillcrest Housing Association has been awarded £10,000 by Energy Action Scotland to set up a scheme to help people who are in fuel poverty.

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A brave Dundee woman was given an extreme spring makeover when her head was shaved to raise money for a foodbank charity. The newly hairless hero, Joy Watson, went under the clippers at Hillcrest Group’s HQ to raise funds for The Trussell Trust.

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(from left) Megan Appleton, George Meechan, Raegan McKenna and Fiona Holt A Hillcrest Group project in Dundee has worked with three local people to produce a short stop motion animation film and blog aimed at breaking down stigma surrounding mental health.

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A triathlon event held at Dundee’s David Lloyd Health Club last weekend has raised over £1000 for Dundee Foodbank. Over 45 people competed in the event, with representatives from David Lloyd Leisure, Monifieth Triathlon Club, Dundee Sweatshop and Hillcrest Housing Association taking part.

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The Northern Housing Company has announced plans to redevelopment and modernisation a Dundee housing estate. The Ellengowan estate was built in 1925 and although popular with tenants, the homes fall below modern standards.

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