'I currently use your services' news stories:
9 February 2015
Your Service, Your Say!
Have you had your say in the TRFS satisfaction survey for 2014/15? Your views about your service and the service we provide are extremely important to us. We use your feedback to help make services better and of course give recognition where feedback is p
19 September 2014
Celebrations Time in the East
East region celebrates their successful Participatory Budgets bids and an excellent Care Inspectorate report
20 August 2014
The Richmond Fellowship Scotland Challenge Cup
Monday 25th August 2014 will see our inaugural Challenge Cup - a football tournament with People We Support and Staff taking place at Stenhousemuir FC's home ground, Ochilview Park.
7 August 2014
Fancy Dress Disco in Inverness
60 People We Support held a fancy dress disco in Inverness as part of The Richmond Scotland Fellowship's innovative Participatory Funding scheme
30 July 2014
Committed to Excellence Award for The Richmond Fellowship Scotland
The Richmond Fellowship Scotland is delighted to have achieved a Committed to Excellence award from the European Foundation of Quality Management.
23 July 2014
Ayr Cycling Group
Our Ayr Cycling Group has recently been enjoying the sunshine. Come and join the group
22 July 2014
Alex Scores with Bubble Football
Alex Paterson, a Team Manager from Inverclyde & Renfrewshire, arranged a surprise game of bubble football for People We Support and their staff.
17 July 2014
Healthy Eating Programme gets a Maggie boost!
The weekly Healthy Eating Programme at The Richmond Fellowship Scotland's Ashfield service has had a real shape up with the arrival of our most recent resident Margaret Collins.
9 June 2014
Announcing the Bankieswealth Games 2014!
To commemorate the Commonwealth Games coming to Glasgow, the Clydebank Mental Health Team decided it would be a great idea to hold our own version of the ‘GAMES’ on Friday 11th July between 1pm - 4pm.
3 June 2014
Inverness hosts successful Participatory Budget event
The North Region held another successful Participatory Budget event, this time in Inverness. Over 50 people attended for afternoon tea and to help us select the winning bids using a unique clapometer.