Since July Project Trust's 2015/16 volunteers have been to Coll for Training, traveled to their new homes and started their volunteers roles. Here are five
Project Trust's 2015/16 Buchter News volunteers, Georgia Riches and Megan Backhouse, have been on Coll this week for their Training course. As part of her
Project Trust was delighted to host Humza Yousaf MSP, Minister for Europe and International Development, at the Hebridean Centre on Coll. After his visit the
The Project Trust staff would like to pay their respects to Angus Kennedy, who sadly passed away on Sunday 1 February. Angus, and his wife
Graham Parker, who volunteered in Kenya in 1981/82, recently returned to Coll for a re-run at running the Coll Half Marathon. Having not stepped foot
After 13.1 miles of running, some serious organisational improvisation and an event which was one day and one ceilidh longer than anybody expected, the 2014
This weekend is the Coll Half Marathon, and amongst the many runners taking part to raise money for Project Trust are two Returned Volunteers from
Graham Parker, who volunteered in Kenya in 1981/82, is running the Coll Half Marathon this summer and is very kindly raising money for Project Trust.
Craig Bathgate, who volunteered in Ghana in 2012/13, has been working at the Hebridean Centre over the past few months as summer staff.
Last week Project Trust had the pleasure of hosting the 2014/15 Namibia, Honduras, Nepal and Peru volunteers for their Training course. This included the Buchter