Previous projects Hutton Community Fellowship have helped fund
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    Applegarth Primary School Woodland Shelter

    HCF has funded the construction of a woodland shelter at Applegarth Primary School. This is proving a great facility for classwork and parent council meetings.

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    Townhead Hotel and Aberlour Trust

    Hutton Community Fellowship have agreed to use Ewe Hill Windfarm community benefit funds with the agreement of ScottishPower Renewables to support the work being done by the Townhead Hotel and Aberlour Trust in providing meals to elderly and isolating people in and around Lockerbie. If you know of anyone in our community who may benefit […]

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    Hutton and Applegarth School Trip to Edinburgh

    HCF funded a trip to Edinburgh for pupils from Hutton and Applegarth schools. They went to the Scottish Museum and then attended a live performance of The Lion King.  One of the mum’s said – “this was a once in a lifetime opportunity for some of our pupils and they had the most amazing school […]

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    Hutton and Applegarth School Trip to New Lanark

    HCF has helped fund a day trip to New Lanark Visitor Centre to support the Victorian topic the children from Applegarth and Hutton Primary Schools are currently learning. New Lanark tells the fascinating story of the cotton mill village which was founded in the 18th century, providing decent homes, fair wages, free health care, a […]

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    Hutton Curling Club – 150th Anniversary

    Hutton Curling Club is celebrating its 150th Anniversary and HCF have agreed a grant of £515 towards new team clothing for the club to mark this celebration.  As a thank you for the grant the club has offered members of Hutton community two free curling ‘taster’ sessions at Lockerbie Ice Rink. The first was well […]

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    Village bus trip to Edinburgh

    HCF funded the costs of a bus trip for residents of Hutton Community to Edinburgh. Most of the kids went to the zoo and had a terrific day, other adults took the opportunity for a bit of shopping!

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