Local needs are best met with a local presence, and we have a branch based in each of the four Scottish Borders counties. The map below shows the area each branch covers. Each branch has its own volunteer co-ordinator who delivers the service: registering members, recruiting, checking and training volunteers and creating and supporting befriending links and groups. There is also a Project Office, based in Berwickshire, which is responsible for co-ordinating the branches, fundraising and financial administration Project Office: Volunteer Hall, Langtongate, Duns, Berwickshire TD11 3AF Tel 01361 883662 Project Co-ordinator: Andrew Findlay 01573 410760 or 07785 734992 andrewfindlay@interestlink.org.uk  Project Administrator: Susan Fleming 01361 883662 susanfleming@interestlink.org.uk  Berwickshire & Kelso:  Volunteer Hall, Langtongate, Duns, Berwickshire TD11 3AF Tel 01361 883662 Adult Service: Judy Kay 07776 221843 judykay@interestlink.org.uk  Youth Service: Kate Borthwick 07527 699888 kateborthwick@interestlink.org.uk Central Borders: Triest House, Bridge Street, Galashiels TD1 1SW  Stefanie Poletyllo: 01896 750020 or 07717 403529 stefaniepoletyllo@interestlink.org.uk  Roxburgh: CHSS Community Hub, 61 High Street, Hawick, TD9 9BP Val Reilly: 01450 377600/07738 567498 valreilly@interestlink.org.uk   Tweeddale: Volunteer Resource Centre, School Brae, High Street, Peebles EH45 8AL Mary Mouat: 01721 729348/07773 303829 marymouat@interestlink.org.uk  Interest Link Board of Directors and Special Advisor: Convenor: Kenneth Wood is a senior manager with the Scottish Public Pensions Agency Vice-Convenor: Lizi Irvine is a retired academic Treasurer: Sally Scott-Aiton runs an international crafts business, Megan Bilsland uses Interest Link’s services and is a Special Advisor to the Board Craig Douglas is a parent carer, Charmian Ledsham is Director of Care and Support and CEO of Brothers of Charity Services (Scotland), a major provider of services to people with learning disabilities in the Scottish Borders’. Debbie Lawrie is a tutor for our befriending groups.
Branches, Board, Staff and Contacts
Local needs are best met with a local presence, and we have a branch based in each of the four Scottish Borders counties. The map below shows the area each branch covers. Each branch has its own volunteer co- ordinator who delivers the service: registering members, recruiting, checking and training volunteers and creating and supporting befriending links and groups. There is also a Project Office, based in Berwickshire, which is responsible for co- ordinating the branches, fundraising and financial administration Project Office: Volunteer Hall, Langtongate, Duns, Berwickshire TD11 3AF Tel 01361 883662 Project Co-ordinator: Andrew Findlay 01573 410760 or 07785 734992 andrewfindlay@interestlink.org.uk  Project Administrator: Susan Fleming 01361 883662 susanfleming@interestlink.org.uk  Berwickshire & Kelso:  Volunteer Hall, Langtongate, Duns, Berwickshire TD11 3AF Tel 01361 883662 Adult Service: Judy Kay 07776 221843 judykay@interestlink.org.uk  Youth Service: Kate Borthwick 07527 699888 kateborthwick@interestlink.org.uk Central Borders: Triest House, Bridge Street, Galashiels TD1 1SW  Stefanie Poletyllo: 01896 750020 or 07717 403529 stefaniepoletyllo@interestlink.org.uk  Roxburgh: CHSS Community Hub, 61 High Street, Hawick, TD9 9BP Val Reilly: 01450 377600/07738 567498 valreilly@interestlink.org.uk   Tweeddale: Volunteer Resource Centre, School Brae, High Street, Peebles EH45 8AL Mary Mouat: 01721 729348/07773 303829 marymouat@interestlink.org.uk  Interest Link Board of Directors and Special Advisor: Convenor: Kenneth Wood is a senior manager with the Scottish Public Pensions Agency Vice-Convenor: Lizi Irvine is a retired academic Treasurer: Sally Scott-Aiton runs an international crafts business, Megan Bilsland uses Interest Link’s services and is a Special Advisor to the Board Craig Douglas is a parent carer, Charmian Ledsham is Director of Care and Support and CEO of Brothers of Charity Services (Scotland), a major provider of services to people with learning disabilities in the Scottish Borders’. Debbie Lawrie is a tutor for our befriending groups.
Branches, Board, Staff and Contacts