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A Motherwell-based charity, which helps disadvantaged young people in the area, has launched new creative workshops thanks to funding from UKSE.

Reeltime Music, who provide music making opportunities across the North Lanarkshire area, have received £2,500 from UKSE. The money will go towards funding weekly sessions where young people can record and rehearse music.

In partnership with Creative Scotland, Reeltime will teach interactive music skills at 40 sessions though out 2019. The aim is to inspire young people through creativity, whilst encouraging a positive change in their lives.

Reeltime staff will work closely with North Lanarkshire Council to identify those in the area who will benefit most from the project. The sessions will incorporate a unique blend of creativity, skills, fun and social connection. This will develop increased self-esteem, confidence, and creative thinking about the future.

Ryan Currie, project manager at Reeltime Music said: “Young people are an important part of any community. By providing opportunities that can build their character and confidence, we believe that many more young people will feel part of their local communities.

“Without the support from UKSE, we wouldn’t be able to carry out our projects, leaving young people in the area missing out on opportunities that they really enjoy. We’d like to thank them for their help.”

Anne Clyde, regional manager at UK Steel Enterprise, said: “Reeltime Music is an impressive community initiative that help so many people in the North Lanarkshire area. We are proud to support the team and wish them all the best with their latest project.”

A Motherwell-based charity, which helps disadvantaged young people in the area, has launched new creative workshops thanks to funding from UKSE.

Reeltime Music, who provide music making opportunities across the North Lanarkshire area, have received £2,500 from UKSE. The money will go towards funding weekly sessions where young people can record and rehearse music.

In partnership with Creative Scotland, Reeltime will teach interactive music skills at 40 sessions though out 2019. The aim is to inspire young people through creativity, whilst encouraging a positive change in their lives.

Reeltime staff will work closely with North Lanarkshire Council to identify those in the area who will benefit most from the project. The sessions will incorporate a unique blend of creativity, skills, fun and social connection. This will develop increased self-esteem, confidence, and creative thinking about the future.

Ryan Currie, project manager at Reeltime Music said: “Young people are an important part of any community. By providing opportunities that can build their character and confidence, we believe that many more young people will feel part of their local communities.

“Without the support from UKSE, we wouldn’t be able to carry out our projects, leaving young people in the area missing out on opportunities that they really enjoy. We’d like to thank them for their help.”

Anne Clyde, regional manager at UK Steel Enterprise, said: “Reeltime Music is an impressive community initiative that help so many people in the North Lanarkshire area. We are proud to support the team and wish them all the best with their latest project.”

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