Clydesdale Community Initiatives supports people facing barriers to inclusion to make a contribution to their community. They believe that individuals should be valued for their interests, abilities and contribution to their community and not defined by their disabilities, illness or disadvantage.
Their social enterprise model empowers individuals to learn new skills, improve their health and wellbeing and most importantly to see themselves (and be seen by others) as active members of their community.
Glasgow Westend Print
Skye Art Print
Isle of Skye Candles
Books on Mental Wellbeing
Soy Wax Candle
'I Thought I Was Undone' Graphic Novel
Woven Willow Baskets
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