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People & Parliament Part 5 - Sources

 

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People & Parliament

 

Part 5 of Full Report - Sources of Participation

 

 

 

5. Table of Origins (Sorted by Reference Number)

 

This table shows the origins of data and thereby enables statements to be linked to the groups that made them. In some cases, to preserve anonymity where appropriate, minimal group descriptions are given. In most cases group descriptions are in the group’s own words.

 

This table can be copied into MS Word and further sorted for the purposes of further research.

Ref = Group response form reference number

No. is stated number of group participants (but sometimes total group size - see discussion in statistics section.

G = gender (male - m) or (female -f).

O = other characteristics (disabled - d), (ethnic minority - e), (older people - o), young and youth groups - y).

 

 

Ref

No.

GO

T

Summarised Description of Group Composition

 

 

 

 

 

000

100

 

c

Edinburgh & Glasgow groups using PRA approaches in Pilot Study.

001

8

f

c

Glasgow Braendam Link.

002

3

f

f

2 Scots 1 English middle aged mothers.

003

3

 

c

A range of people... (illegible).

004

5

 

r

“Friends of the People”.

005

5

f

r

1 single, 1 lone parent, 1 widow, 2 religious.

006

2

 

r

A group of young Christians.

007

7

 

f

Mixed group unemployed, professional, manual.

008

5

 

f

Mixed group parents, professional, skilled worker.

009

0

 

?

No details.

010

2

fy

s

2 schoolgirls - An Aberdeenshire secondary school.

011

5

fy

s

Schoolgirls aged 15-16 - An Aberdeenshire secondary school.

012

30

my

s

“Very pleasant and handsome” schoolboys - Aberdeenshire secondary school.

013

6

 

p

Mixed gender adult education group.

014

6

f

c

6 women, one of them deaf with notetaker also present (Craighead Inst.)

015

1

m

v

Individual.

016

6

o

r

Senior citizens who meet in Lansdowne Parish for fellowship & worship.

017

3

 

f

Family.

018

0

my

s

We are male, boys - An Aberdeenshire secondary school.

019

3

fy

s

3 young girls - An Aberdeenshire secondary school.

020

12

 

c

Tolcross Community Centre.

021

5

 

r

An RC Justice & Peace group, with parish priest.

022

6

 

c

All support the aims of Edinburgh University Settlement.

023

15

d

c

Users of mental health services.

024

4

 

?

No common characteristic.

025

40

 

l

Charter 88 local group (Edinburgh).

026

0

 

?

Blank on back.

027

0

 

?

Blank on back.

028

1

o

v

I live in an isolated environment and have virtually no social contacts.

029

1

mo

v

Mr A. L. Walker.

030

12

e

c

The mgmt. cttee. of West Dumbartonshire Minority Ethnic Association.

031

3

 

r

Ecumenical group on a social and pastoral ministry course.

032

4

 

r

Ecumenical Christian study group.

033

1

 

c

Serptone (?) and life distance learning course, Edinburgh.

034

3

 

r

Ecumenical study course members.

035

8

f

c

Women who run voluntary out of school care.

036

30

o

c

All residents of Mosspark Housing Estate, mostly retired.

037

6

e

c

Gypsy/Romany - 3 women, 1 man, 2 children.

038

12

 

l

Community Council.

039

18

 

r

Ecumenical study group.

040

15

 

c

Eclectic, church, mixed.

041

20

 

?

No details - Craighead Inst..

042

7

 

c

Vociferous, varied in age and interests.

043

7

 

c

Study group concerned about values and people empowerment.

044

4

 

p

Professional/technical.

045

0

 

r

Scotus College group.

046

18

 

r

Scotus College group.

047

17

 

c

Various ages, backgrounds and faiths.

048

16

 

r

An ecumenical group which meets weekly.

049

22

 

p

“Education and Nation” - present and past education professionals.

050

8

 

r

Episcopal church group concerned with social justice and Christian faith.

051

8

 

r

Members of St Mary’s Cathedral church, Glasgow.

052

25

fd

c

Women & over 65, disabled groups, boys and girls.

053

12

 

r

Fishermen, teachers, housewives, fish-workers, rtd, engineer, pharmacist.

054

6

 

f

3 Family groups - educationists.

055

0

f

c

Mostly women.

056

2

f

c

Springburn Alive & Kicking Project.

057

6

 

c

City Chambers - 1 man and 5 women involved in their community.

058

6

 

c

City Chambers - Community group representatives.

059

5

 

c

City Chambers - A very mixed bag.

060

4

f

c

City Chambers - all women.

061

6

 

r

City Chambers - church groups.

062

4

 

c

City Chambers - all voluntary community activists.

063

4

 

p

Project workers in YMCA supported accom. for young homeless people.

064

17

 

c

2 community police , 11 housewives & 6 retired men.

065

9

fd

c

A local group of disabled women in Balornock.

066

3

e

l

E. Dumbartonshire Council ethnic minority forum, men & women, (no. ?)

067

4

 

i

Gordon Enterprise Trust business centre.

068

4

y

s

Holyrood Secondary school pupils English class.

069

4

y

s

Holyrood Secondary school pupils English class.

070

5

y

s

Holyrood Secondary school pupils English class.

071

5

y

s

Holyrood Secondary school pupils English class.

072

4

y

s

Holyrood Secondary school pupils English class.

073

325

 

p

Modern Studies Association (school teachers of modern studies).

074

5

y

s

An Aberdeenshire secondary school school pupils.

075

5

y

s

An Aberdeenshire secondary school school pupils.

076

5

y

s

An Aberdeenshire secondary school school pupils.

077

5

y

s

An Aberdeenshire secondary school school pupils.

078

5

y

s

An Aberdeenshire secondary school school pupils.

079

5

y

s

An Aberdeenshire secondary school school pupils.

080

5

y

s

An Aberdeenshire secondary school school pupils (specifies aged 16 & 17).

081

5

yf

s

An Aberdeenshire secondary school school pupils.

082

4

f

p

Women - all with experience of working in public services.

083

6

 

f

A group of neighbours - 4 women, 2 men.

084

4

md

c

3 men with brain injury and volunteer (Headway Ayrshire).

085

5

d

c

Head injured adults and volunteers (Headway Ayrshire).

086

4

d

c

Head injured adults and volunteers (Headway Ayrshire).

087

5

 

p

Architect, social worker, 2 school teachers and 1 further education.

088

1

 

v

Big Issue respondent.

089

1

fo

v

I am a widow of 72 living alone, but what a time to be alive!!!

090

10

 

c

Members of Govan Community Council.

091

4

 

r

2 ministers, 1 project worker & 1 retired.

092

12

 

f

Common people.

093

7

 

r

Episcopalian congregation.

094

40

 

c

The voluntary sector liaison forum brought together by Perth/Kinross Coun.

095

8

 

r

Stirling area Iona Community family group.

096

30

 

s

Mixed gender/ability modern studies pupils, St Ninians High, Kirkintilloch.

097

8

 

?

?

098

3

 

?

?

099

150

d

c

Enable - New Year Field Farm Community Centre - learning disabilities.

100

96

 

c

Members of Legalise Cannabis Campaign (Scotland)

101

4

fy

s

2nd Yr. Occupational therapy students, Queen Margaret College, Edin.

102

4

fo

r

Mostly older working-class church-going women.

103

20

d

c

People with learning difficulties.

104

5

y

s

Occupational therapy students @ QMC, Edinburgh.

105

4

y

s

Occupational therapy students @ QMC, Edinburgh.

106

6

yf

s

Occupational therapy students @ QMC, Edinburgh - all female.

107

3

y

s

Occupational therapy students.

108

4

y

s

Occupational therapy students @ QMC, Edinburgh.

109

1

 

v

Mr G. Pagan.

110

20

 

f

Families living in poverty and social exclusion all over Glasgow.

111

4

yf

s

Occupational therapy students @ QMC, Edinburgh - all women.

112

4

yf

s

Occupational therapy students @ QMC, Edinburgh - all women.

113

5

y

s

Occupational therapy students @ QMC, Edinburgh.

114

6

y

s

Students.

115

6

yf

s

Occupational therapy students @ QMC, Edinburgh - all women.

116

4

fe

s

Occupational therapy students @ QMC, Edinburgh - all women.

117

6

 

c

All residents of Strathspey.

118

5

fy

s

Occupational therapy students @ QMC, Edinburgh - all women.

119

18

 

p

Management cttee & staff of  housing assoc. for people with learn. difficulties

120

4

 

c

An adult basic education group with a Canadian tutor.

121

6

 

l

All community councillors or Strathfillan Community Trust directors.

122

7

fe

f

Women, many non-Scottish moved to Scotland for husband’s job.

123

1

fe

v

Elderly woman.

124

1

 

v

?

125

13

fe

f

All women over 50.

126

2

m

p

Land reforming social activists and practicing ecologists.

127

4

f

r

St Peter’s Guild.

128

4

 

r

? (The Manse).

129

6

 

?

?

130

23

d

c

Parents of deaf children - W. Scot. Deaf Children’s Society.

131

0

 

c

Charleston Credit Union.

132

12

 

c

Residents of Charleston Housing Scheme.

133

0

 

c

Craighead Institute.

134

0

 

c

Craighead Institute.

135

0

 

r

?

136

4

 

?

?

137

0

 

r

Craighead Institute.

138

5

f

r

St Peter’s Church Guild.

139

5

e

c

Multicultural staff, Scotland’s Oracle.

140

16

e

c

Scottish Refugee Council - asylum seekers and refugees.

141

0

 

c

Craighead Inst .

142

1

m

c

A fisherman (anglers lobby group?)

143

6

f

r

St Peter’s Guild.

144

8

 

r

Members of Partick South Church of Scotland.

145

40

o

c

Tillydrone old age pensioners.

146

9

 

c

Group of campaigning self advocates.

147

62

f

p

Soroptimist International, Falkirk.

148

11

fo

c

Local History Group Castlemilk, lady pensioners.

149

8

 

r

CEM Office.

150

9

f

r

We are a group of religious sisters (Carmelite) dedicated to contemp. prayer

151

30

 

c

Tenants of local authority housing.

152

0

 

c

Craighead Inst. .

153

3

my

s

Male social science students.

154

10

 

?

Mixed group all ages.

155

6

f

?

Middle aged, middle class women.

156

2

 

c

Aberdeen Friends of the Earth - 400 members.

157

0

 

r

Outreach committee of Boghall Church.

158

0

 

?

?

159

44

 

c

Perth CAB - advice workers etc..

160

15

fe

c

Centre for women’s health, some ethnic.

161

15

d

c

Mental health service user activists.

162

14

 

c

Adult basic education, students/tutors.

163

11

 

l

Several members of Kelty Community Council, and others.

164

11

 

r

Members of Iona Community family group.

165

10

 

c

Nurses, teachers, housewives, St Andrews College.

166

3

 

l

Community council members.

167

5

o

r

Crown Church of Scotland house group, aged 60-90.

168

10

fo

c

A WEA group of retired women.

169

2

 

f

Family.

170

60

 

p

Alcohol counsellors and workers - Alcohol Advisory/Counselling Service.

171

5

 

r

St John’s Church group.

172

20

d

c

Adults with learning disabilities who go to resource centres.

173

6

 

r

Congregations of Kilmuir and Logie Easter Church of Scotland.

174

5

ef

c

Findhorn community - “settled [in Scotland] by choice”.

175

6

 

?

3 men, 3 women.

176

0

 

c

A fair if small cross section of our villages and rural community.

177

6

 

?

Men and women.

178

7

fe

c

Barnados, Apna Service - Asian young females.

179

8

 

c

Committee of a residents’ association.

180

58

f

p

Dundee Inner Wheel (form blank - we think it’s coming via Perth Council).

181

14

 

r

Justice & Peace group based at St Joseph’s RC Church, Clarkston.

182

0

 

s

Members of Youthline, a confidential phone-line service.

183

70

e

?

Group of ethnic Asians.

184

12

y

r

15-17 year-olds from a church group.

185

0

o

r

Elderly Episcopal congregation.

186

2

 

f

Couple from Argyll involved in dog cancer charity.

187

8

 

c

Associates of the Iona Community.

188

2

fo

f

Two retired ladies with educational background.

189

9

 

?

Women and men.

190

8

 

p

Social and Ecological activists with the Centre for Human Ecology.

191

10

f

c

Women members of the Guide Association.

192

6

f

c

Unemployed women.

193

30

 

p

Scottish Tree Trust- activists with links to Eastern Europe.

194

7

 

r

Mixed group of Quakers.

195

40

f

r

Paisley Methodist Network.

196

5

 

r

Members of a Roman Catholic church.

197

4

 

r

Group involved in Social and Pastoral Ministry course.

198

3

 

r

Group involved in Social and Pastoral Ministry course.

199

3

 

r

Group involved in Social and Pastoral Ministry course.

200

17

 

c

Residents of Lennox Castle Hospital.

201

10

o

c

Senior citizens.

202

3

m

r

From Logie Church Session, Stirling.

203

23

 

c

Incest Survivors.

204

0

d

c

People First Highland (run by and for people with Learning Disabilities).

205

8

 

r

Christians.

206

10

f

r

“Just Company” Methodist Network, Shettleston Trinity Church.

207

3

 

c

Residents of a supported Hostel for the homeless.

208

15

 

r

Members of Gilcomston South Church of Scotland.

209

8

 

r

Grampian Branch of the Movement for Christian Democracy.

210

1

f

v

Individual.

211

10

f

c

Edinburgh Women’s Justice and Peace Group.

212

1

f

v

Disabled lady.

213

8

 

?

All over 30 years old.

214

19

fe

r

Scottish Muslim women.

215

0

 

s

Students on BSc Rural Development course.

216

4

f

p

Retired professional women.

217

43

e

c

Speakers and supporters of Celtic languages - Edin. Uni. Gaelic Society.

218

11

 

?

?

219

0

 

?

Age 12-26. We just filled in the form as it was for the people of Scotland.

220

12

y

r

People associated with the Dominicans at Strathclyde Uni. RC Chaplaincy.

221

0

 

?

?

222

0

 

c

Highland Perthshire tenants associations and crime prevention panel.

223

10

 

r

Iona Community Glasgow South family group.

224

99

 

c

Borders Environment Partnership.

225

0

e

p

Seo Sinne - Gaelic speaking professionals, Stornoway.

226

5

 

c

Adult learners.

227

250

 

c

People with mental health afflictions.

228

20

e

c

Aomann an Luchd Ionnsachaidh - Gaelic learners and supporters.

229

1

fo

v

Retired teacher, female.

230

14

o

c

Community, church an social group, over 50, from Skene.

231

0

 

p

Scottish Wildlife Trust rangers, Grangemouth.

232

30

e

p

Jewish teachers in west of Scotland.

233

6

 

r

Members of local Episcopal, C of S and RC churches.

234

7

 

p

Staff from Buckhaven community education.

235

8

y

c

Youth drop in centre.

236

8

of

c

All women over 50.

237

25

 

c

Drumchapel Volunteer Group.

238

17

f

p

Business & Professional Women’s Club, Elgin.

239

1

m

v

Mr M. Ferguson.

240

15

e

p

Ethnic Indian minorities, men and women.

241

0

 

?

?

242

7

 

p

Mainly academic biologists.

243

0

 

r

Groups of staff of the Iona Community.

244

1

 

v

?

245

30

 

c

Common interest in environment.

246

4

d

c

Moving On - a project integrating volunteers with disabilities.

247

0

 

r

Christian church (Holy Trinity) - lesbian, gay and transgendered community.

248

10

y

r

Teenage group, church.

249

7

 

r

General Interests Committee, Presbytery of Gordon.

250

10

d

c

Self-advocacy group, labelled as having a learning disability.

251

20

 

r

Members of different faith communities.

252

10

 

r

Members of different faith communities.

253

6

y

s

Westerhailes Youth Action Group.

254

6

f

r

YWCA - all women concerned with women’s issues.

255

4

f

p

Women, working in community care.

256

4

 

r

Participants in social and pastoral ministry certificate.

257

3

 

r

Pastoral and social ministry.

258

3

 

r

Pastoral and social ministry.

259

5

 

c

People & Parliament in Aberdeen.

260

5

 

c

Aberdeen City Council conference.

261

0

 

c

Aberdeen City Council conference.

262

5

 

c

Aberdeen City Council conference.

263

4

 

?

?

264

12

o

c

OAPs.

265

0

 

c

Perth Council offices

266

8

 

c

Elderly people and Benarty Recycled Teenagers Group.

267

3

 

f

Mr D McPhillimy, Ms N Geddes.

268

6

 

c

Interested citizens of Scotland.

269

0

 

c

Aberdeen council mtg. group.

270

0

 

l

Nairn River Community Council.

271

5

 

l

Nairn River Community Council.

272

5

 

c

Mixed group - Scottish Health Services Ltd

273

0

f

c

All women living in Craigmillar - young parents and pensioners.

274

0

d

c

All people who have mental health problems/illnesses.

275

6

d

c

Learning difficulties.

276

8

 

c

Adults returning to learning to improve reading, writing and spelling.

277

10

 

r

Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University.

278

0

 

?

?

279

7

 

c

Adult basic education students and staff.

280

4

 

r

Members of Stirling Presbytery Committee on Church and Nation.

281

6

fd

c

Elderly female hospital patients from variety of social backgrounds.

282

10

d

c

Firhill Centre - a service for disabled people.

283

50

d

c

People with learning difficulties, Arbroath.

284

12

d

c

Service users (learning difficulties).

285

5

 

c

Local action group against opencast mining.

286

5

 

c

Environmentalists.

287

0

 

?

?

288

8

 

r

Christians.

289

21

f

r

ACTS Network of Ecumenical Women in Scotland.

290

0

d

c

Adults with learning disabilities.

291

5

 

i

Board of directors and 2 staff of Whitfield Activity Complex Ltd..

292

6

 

r

Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), Aberdeen.

293

12

 

r

Peace & Justice cttee., St Modan’s PC, Falkirk.

294

8

 

r

Mainly Catholic.

295

25

d

c

Fife Independent Disab. Network. Disabled people from all walks of life.

296

15

 

p

Members of the Poverty Alliance staff.

297

6

 

c

Adult education programme in Pilton Priority Partnership area.

298

4

 

c

Parents of children under 5.

299

4

 

f

Mixed neighbours.

300

2

 

r

Holy Family Presbytery, Port Glasgow.

301

6

 

f

Family and neighbours.

302

0

 

r

Parish group.

303

4

 

f

Family.

304

87

 

i

Membership organisation owning or managing land, Moray.

305

300

 

i

Retired employees of Scottish Power - senior execs, trades, admin., etc..

306

4

 

f

Family and friends.

307

4

m

r

Seminarians, Scotus College, Bearsden.

308

4

m

r

Students, Scotus College, Bearsden.

309

6

 

?

Mixed group.

310

3

 

f

Family group.

311

50

 

c

GalGael - environmental and manual workers.

312

30

f

r

Methodist Network in Lanarkshire - all women.

313

50

e

c

Parents of children attending Gaelic Medium unit in Edinburgh.

314

7

d

c

Learning difficulties - Kilwinning.

315

20

d

c

People with physical or sensory disabilities.

316

21

 

l

Drumbrae Community Council.

317

0

 

?

?

318

7

d

c

Learning difficulties - mixed group who attend the centre.

319

5

 

r

Members of the Baha’i faith.

320

9

d

c

Centre committee - people with learning difficulties.

321

6

y

s

Children 8-12 yrs.

322

20

y

s

School children aged 7, Lourdes Primary.

323

8

f

?

All women.

324

7

d

c

Clients from Killearn Centre with learning difficulties.

325

6

f

c

Mothers of children with special needs.

326

10

d

c

Adults with learning difficulties, Dalgairn Centre, committee group.

327

6

f

f

All women with children.

328

1

 

v

An elderly individual.

329

66

f

p

Business and Professional Women.

330

0

o

c

?

331

8

dy

c

Mixed sex from sheltered accommodation 16-25.

332

25

e

p

People First, New Delhi, India - planners, politicians, economists, lawyers, etc.

333

40

o

?

Elderly people.

334

5

y

c

SVQ group unemployed - childcare and computing students.

335

12

d

c

Visually impared.

336

11

o

c

Pensioners’ grouop.

337

9

 

c

All members are parents.

338

23

 

c

Caskieberran/Tanshall maisonette residents’ group.

339

6

y

s

Star youth club.

340

10

o

c

Retired people.

341

8

o

c

Age Concern cafe, Tayside Institute.

342

3

y

s

6th Year students.

343

5

p

c

Auchtermuchty Community Centre management cttee.

344

15

y

s

Detached youth group, Methil Com. Ed. Centre.

345

600

e

c

Fife Muslim Association, Kirkcaldy.

346

8

e

c

African Women’s Group (in a large city).

347

8

 

c

Council tenants in South Edinburgh.

348

300

e

c

Fife Islamic Centre (Methil).

349

3

e

c

WSCRC staff.

350

8

 

?

West Fife Baha’i Community, mostly IT professionals.

351

2

y

s

Head girl and deputy head boy, Tain Royal Academy - 700 pupils.

352

6

d

c

Adults with learning difficulties.

353

80

 

 

Men, women, schoolchildren & catering (reverse of this form blank).

354

6

m

c

All men.

355

10

 

p

A trades council for Cumbernauld & district.

356

0

 

c

Neighbours in a rural community (Invergordon).

357

4

fy

s

All women schoolchildren.

358

3

ym

s

6th year pupils, male, at an independent school.

359

5

yf

s

Female sixth formers in an independent school.

360

3

ym

s

All men, schoolchildren.

361

3

y

s

Schoolchildren.

362

3

ym

s

4th year male independant school pupils.

363

2

y

s

Independent school pupils, 4th year.

364

5

y

s

Male schoolchildren, St Aloyious’ College.

365

2

yf

s

Female schoolchildren.

366

4

y

s

Independent schoolchildren.

367

4

y

s

Higher pupils in independent schools.

368

4

y

s

Scottish independent school.

369

14

 

c

Lauderdale Community Council.

370

8

fe

c

Black Community Dev. Project - all women black & ethnic minorities.

371

2

m

?

Male young adults.

372

20

yf

c

Women 16-26 in Guide Association Scotland

373

1300

o

c

Renfrewshire Elderly Forum

374

6

d

c

Clients in centre with learning difficulties.

375

60

o

p

Retired professionals.

376

20

f

p

Mostly women working in community care.

377

2

y

s

Independent school 5th year pupils.

378

4

y

s

Indpendent school 5th year pupils.

379

3

y

s

Indpendent school 5th year pupils.

380

2

y

s

Indpendent school 4th year pupils.

381

3

y

s

We are all 6th year schoolchildren.

382

4

y

s

Scottish independent school, 4th year.

383

4

y

s

5/6th year Independent school children.

384

2

y

s

Children at a Scottish independent school.

385

2

ym

s

Male secondary school students 6th year.

386

4

y

s

Indpendent school 5th year pupils.

387

4

y

s

Independent school, 4th year.

388

4

y

s

All schoolchildren aged 16.

389

4

y

s

All 5th year pupils.

390

4

y

s

Scottish independent school.

391

3

ym

s

All male school children.

392

6

y

s

Pupils S3.

393

12

y

s

All p. 7 schoolchildren.

394

2

o

f

Over 70 (couple).

395

12

d

c

People with mental health problems.

396

9

d

c

All members of Elgin ACE.

397

12

d

c

Grampian ACE committee.

398

6

md

c

Male adults with learning disabilities.

399

10

d

c

Adults with learning disabilities.

400

7

d

c

Adults with learning disabilities.

401

6

d

c

All work at Wood Recyclability Ltd.

402

10

d

c

All have severe learning difficulties.

403

10

d

c

Adults with a learning disability.

404

4

e

c

Men and women, (Chinese community).

405

0

e

r

Muslim Elderly Day Care Centre, Glasgow Islamic Centre & Mosque.

406

5

d

c

Mixed group (Isle of Bute).

407

10

d

c

Clients of a day centre for adults with learning disabilities.

408

8

 

c

Adult Learners’ Forum.

409

5

om

l

Retired male members of Stow Community Council.

410

5

o

?

All retired.

411

6

o

?

All retired.

412

0

 

?

Dundee People & Parliament consultation.

413

350

 

p

Retired members of UNISON Tayside.

414

1200

 

c

Rural Forum Scotland.

415

6

o

?

All over 65.

416

0

 

i

Whitfield Activity Complex Ltd

417

19

f

r

Women from Jordanhill Christian coffee group.

418

11

 

c

Dundee Greenpeace campaign group.

419

0

 

?

Dundee People & Parliament consultation.

420

8

 

c

People & Parliament committee.

421

7

y

s

All students.

422

0

 

?

?

423

78

o

c

Elderly women.

424

2

o

p

Retired education & social work.

425

4

 

r

Christian Fellowship of Healing.

426

8

d

c

Unemployed with physical disability.

427

40

o

r

Retired group of Christian adults.

428

5

d

c

Disabled people.

429

4

y

s

Environmental students, agriculture college - freedom fighters.

430

4

y

s

Countryside management students, agriculture college.

431

4

y

s

Agriculture college students.

432

8

d

c

People with learning disabilities.

433

4

d

c

Resource centre members.

434

8

d

c

Adults with learning disabilities in a rural community.

435

8

f

p

All hospital occupational therapists.

436

11

d

c

Adult resource centre, disabled.

437

25

e

s

African and Caribbean students attending university.

 

The Following were received too late to include in detailed analysis including the statistical break-down, but they have all been read and weighted into account by a member of the Steering Group.

438

 

 

 

Young offenders, male

439

 

 

 

Young adults, youth training programme - Apex.

440

 

 

 

Young adults, youth training programme - Apex.

441

 

 

 

Male - persistent young offenders - Apex.

442

 

 

 

Young adult offenders - Apex.

443

 

 

 

Better government for older people - steering cttee, Borders.

444

 

 

 

Iona Community members and associates.

445

 

 

 

Better Govt. for Older People - Disability Strategy Steering Group.

446

 

 

 

Community Council, Berwickshire.

447

 

 

 

Scottish Society for Autistic Children, all young men Asperger’s Syndrome.

448

 

 

 

An elderly individual who lives in isolation.

449 -455

 

 

 

All from Moffat Academy, schoolchildren 16-18.

 

 

 

 

 

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