Would you like the chance to take part in a chat about the things that you feel really make a difference in your life?
The Carnegie UK Trust and Scottish Government are interested in finding out your views on what is important to living a ‘good and satisfying life’ – is it your health, work, friends and family, your environment, quality of services you receive, what you see and hear in the news etc? – and they want your help to develop and test ways of exploring these issues with Scotland’s citizens and communities.
You don’t need to be an expert in anything, it’s your own life experiences we are interested in. You just have to be willing to spend some time giving us your views on these issues.
Your contribution will help shape tools and resources which could then be used by others across Scotland so we would really value your input if you can make it.
There is £15 compensation for your time and effort.
The chat takes place at the WHALE Arts, 30 Westburn Grove, Wester Hailes on 19th March at 2.00pm and could last up to 90 minutes. Places are limited so to book your space or for further information please contact David Henderson on 0131 225 5600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.