Children’s Rights Arts Project

This project works with young people to help them explore issues relating to their rights.

Following the success of our COSLA BronzeAward winningpartnership work to create a comic by and for refugee children in Inverclyde, the Trust continues to work with New Scots and the wider community in Inverclyde, to share stories, explore heritage, and create a theatre production and storybook

Our current project works with 30 volunteers of all ages including at least 6 families interested in learning more about Syrian, Kurdish, Afghan and Scottish heritage and in gaining transferable skills.

 

Dutch Gable House

We own and run the Dutch Gable House in the centre of Greenock. The Dutch Gable House is two buildings on one site. The street facing part is an office, retail and community meeting space. The rear building is the oldest house in Greenock and is used occasionally for story-telling, exhibitions and displays.

We also support other organisations to develop local heritage projects. We are currently working with Gourock Heritage & Arts to develop their plans and projects for a lively heritage space in Gourock


**We are currently reviewing opportunities for the Dutch Gable House**