Your views on Berwickshire youth

New youth group at the Duns Youth Centre. The group is a collaboration between 2 projects, 'Farming 4 All' and 'Healthy Connections' who have both received funding from Scotland's Big Lottery Fund. The aims of the projects are to increase young people's confidence by improving their skills, through education and personal development.

New youth group at the Duns Youth Centre. The group is a collaboration between 2 projects, 'Farming 4 All' and 'Healthy Connections' who have both received funding from Scotland's Big Lottery Fund. The aims of the projects are to increase young people's confidence by improving their skills, through education and personal development.

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Stuart Haldane (Eyemouth)

“I don’t like when they make me leave the pavement so they can walk straight ahead. The clubs and activities don’t start early enough for younger children.”

New youth group at the Duns Youth Centre. The group is a collaboration between 2 projects, 'Farming 4 All' and 'Healthy Connections' who have both received funding from Scotland's Big Lottery Fund. The aims of the projects are to increase young people's confidence by improving their skills, through education and personal development.

New youth group at the Duns Youth Centre. The group is a collaboration between 2 projects, 'Farming 4 All' and 'Healthy Connections' who have both received funding from Scotland's Big Lottery Fund. The aims of the projects are to increase young people's confidence by improving their skills, through education and personal development.

Joy Burton (Duns)

“They need something to do because it is a rural town and there is not a lot of things around here within easy access. The vast majority tend to be fairly courteous, although you do get the odd one using words they shouldn’t be using.”

Cheryl Shepley (Duns)

“There are a lot of nice young people in Duns. Like everywhere, there are good ones and bad ones. There is not the same respect towards older people or those in authority that there used to be.”

New youth group at the Duns Youth Centre. The group is a collaboration between 2 projects, 'Farming 4 All' and 'Healthy Connections' who have both received funding from Scotland's Big Lottery Fund. The aims of the projects are to increase young people's confidence by improving their skills, through education and personal development.

New youth group at the Duns Youth Centre. The group is a collaboration between 2 projects, 'Farming 4 All' and 'Healthy Connections' who have both received funding from Scotland's Big Lottery Fund. The aims of the projects are to increase young people's confidence by improving their skills, through education and personal development.