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The Scottish Borders is a large and diverse area, and it is impossible to deliver a community service like Interest Link’s from one centrally based office. As a result, we have four area branches, each with its own volunteer co-ordinator who delivers the service: registering people with learning disabilities, recruiting, checking and training volunteers and creating and supporting befriending links and groups. The four branches are co-ordinated by the Project Co-ordinator, responsible for line managing the volunteer co-ordinators, planning and evaluating projects, developing policies, fundraising and financial administration. This combination enables us to operate a professional and consistent service without losing our connection with local communities. Each branch and the Project Office has its own webpage with contact details: click on the link below or on your area on the map. If there is a fault on this website, please contact the Project Office. Project Office Berwickshire Branch  Central Borders Branch  Roxburgh Branch  Tweeddale Branch
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