Calling on Future Dearest Scotland Ambassadors

To achieve scale, we are encouraging people of all ages and backgrounds to contribute to Dearest Scotland’s progress by becoming future ambassadors. The role is a fantastic opportunity to get involved in the project via the hosting of workshops in local areas supported by family, friends, colleagues and neighbours. Workshops could be large or small in scale, take place in a …

Calling on Family and Friends to be Dearest Scotland Hosts

What is a Dearest Scotland host? We are asking our family and friends to spread the word about Dearest Scotland, and there is no better way for them to oblige than by playing host and asking their own circle to join in over a cup of tea or a glass of wine, and write their letter. How to become a host …

Dearest Scotland Flash Cards

Do you want to run your own Dearest Scotland workshop? Yes? Totally fine by us. We’ve a total workshop pack to download here on running a workshop. We’ve found them successful when you give a quick overview to the concept, our slide deck is included in the dropbox link here for downloading and then move on to allow people to do …

The Glad Cafe to Host Dearest Scotland’s Launch Evening

We are delighted to be launching our very first workshop at The Glad Cafe, southside Glasgow’s burgeoning venue and creative hub for music, arts and workshop events. We welcome you along on Wednesday 5th March at 7pm, where within the comfortable confines of the venue we will kick off with a short introduction to the concept of Dearest Scotland, followed …

10 tips to help write your letter

1. Imagine having 24 hours to change Scotland for the better. What would you do with the precious time? 2. When was the last time you were inspired by Scotland? Or perhaps the very opposite? 3. Put politics aside, at least in the first draft. 4. Think of Scotland as your best friend when writing your letter, that pal with whom …

Letters coming soon

Our first letter template, we’re excited to start receiving your future visions.