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Safety First sign We hope there's something fun in your area! But we don't run these projects and haven't visited them. We only know what they have told us about themselves. So, before you go to a project, click here to read our top tips...

Click on the map or the links to find a project in your area

Can't find what you're looking for?

The Young Scot logo   Young Scot WOW might give you some more ideas.

There might also be info on your local council website about things to do in your area.

What do the symbols mean?


Wheelchair access

Access symbols

a symbol indicating a wheelchair user beside a toilet There are adapted toilets with step free access.

a symbol indicating a wheelchair user in a lift beside a toiletThere is step free access to standard toilets on ground floor, or other floors accessible by lift.

a symbol of a wheelchair user going up a rampThe project is accessible to people using mobility aids (the entrance may have a few steps with a handrail).

a symbol of a ear and and diagonal line with the letter T next to itAn induction loop or similar system is available for people who use hearing aids.

a symbol of a document with both large and small letters with an arrow pointing to the large lettersInformation is available in bigger print if you ask for it.

a symbol of a page of circles to reepresent information in BrailleInformation is available in braille if you ask for it.

a symbol with two hands diagonally opposite each other with arrows to indicate their movementStaff can use British Sign Language to tell you things.

a symbol of someone perched on the edge of a chair receiving help from someone elseto stand upStaff have been trained in how to lift and handle people.

a symbol of a person standing by a wheelchair user circled by an arrow pointing at the wheelchair userStaff have done disability equality training.

a symbol of a dog in harness with a lead attached to the harnessDogs that help disabled people are allowed in the building.

a symbol with three people of different ethnicity circled by an arrow pointing at one of the group.Staff have been made aware of the needs of children and young people from a black or minority ethnic background.

a symbol of a speech bubble with am arrow that has a solid line pointing away from the bubble with another arrow that has a dotted line pointing towards the bubble.If staff cannot speak your language, they can get an interpreter to help them understand you.

a symbol of a place-setting with the letter 'v' written on the plate.If you only eat vegetarian or halal food, it'll be provided for you.

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Click the box in the middle to zoom in on the areas around Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling. You can then click in the box to see the projects in those areas.

When zoomed in, click at the top or bottom of the map to zoom out.

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Top tips for going out

When you're going somewhere new

Whenever you go out

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