Our C.A. T. is in the Hands of NHS Tayside
From Grahame Lockhart, our Chair:
We’re delighted to say that our Community Asset Transfer (CAT) application for the Brechin Infirmary site and our application for funding from the Scottish Land Fund were both sent off at the end of March. In both our applications we included a number of letters of support from different groups and organisations who are keen to be involved in the Wellbeing Hub. We now await decisions on our applications.
In the meantime we continue to develop our proposals for a health and wellbeing hub and we are speaking with interested parties as to the best way to maximise the potential of the hub.
If successful in our CAT application we will be looking for volunteers to help in a wide variety of ways, short term and long-term. Please give some thought as to the way(s) in which you could give time and commitment to supporting the hub.
Our vision for Brechin, Edzell and the Glens is – ‘A community with kindness and concern at its heart, where people know they belong and can enjoy a high quality of health and wellbeing.’
A Health and Wellbeing Hub is an exciting opportunity for our vision to be realised. It will require the full support of our community.