We are delighted to welcome our new Project Worker Peter Traynor to the HopScotch team this spring. Peter has a wealth of experience in outdoor education and working with children and young people in a range of
HopScotch is passionate about providing free respite holidays for vulnerable children in Scotland. For 30 weeks each year, we treat over 350 children to accessible adventure breaks at Ardvullin House. However, during winter the respite break season ends since bad weather can prevent some of the outdoor experiences from taking place. The
We are delighted to announce that Liz Macleod is our successful applicant to run for HopScotch in the 2017 London Marathon.
Liz says "This will be my first marathon, and I have a desire to raise money for a charity associated with children in Scotland. In my work I have spoken
HopScotch was delighted to receive £3000 through the YPI Scotland awards, thanks to a team of S5 girls from the Royal High School in Edinburgh.
The girls delivered a fantastic presentation about the work that HopScotch do in Scotland.
The event and the girls presentation also led to HopScotch gaining a mention