Motherwell-based charity, Reeltime Music, is set to raise the roof in brand-new premises.
The community group, which works with young people living in deprived locations throughout North Lanarkshire, aims to inspire people through creative workshops and projects, helping them grow in confidence, and provide them with support and advice.
Thanks to funding from UKSE over a number of years, the Reeltime family are on the move to bigger and better premises, which will be complete with two purpose-built rehearsal rooms, a recording studio and a performance space.
"Over the last 23 years, we’ve worked with 23,000 young people and without the support from the likes of UKSE, we might not have been able to make such a big impact. They saw potential in Reeltime years ago, and their support really means so much to us"Ryan Currie, Project Manager
How we did it.
UKSE’s continued support meant that Reeltime Music were able to successfully bid for a grant from the Scottish Government, allowing them to make the move and transform their new home into a specialist facility.
Over 23,000 young people supported over 23 years
The grant from UKSE allowed Reeltime Music to obtain support from Scottish Government
A new home
The Motherwell charity has now moved into a new, specialist facility.