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Hillcrest Futures opens boutique charity shop in Broughty Ferry

Dundee-based charity Hillcrest Futures launched its first ever boutique charity shop in Gray Street, Broughty Ferry last week. Past Present Futures has brought a new lease of life to the former Matthew M Henderson jewellers store, and offers a range of high quality yet affordable pre-owned clothing, jewellery, hand bags, home accessories and more. Hillcrest’s chief executive, Angela Linton explains: “After running three successful pop-up charity shops over the past…
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    Posted: 22nd October 2020

    Five apprentices of stricken building contractor McGill have been given a second chance, with Hillcrest offering not just employment but also the opportunity to continue their apprenticeships. Painter and decorator Lee Alan, plumbers Andrew Fenwick and Ian Crighton, and electricians Lee Brannen and Lewis MacKenzie not only lost their jobs…

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    Posted: 15th October 2020

    Five apprentices of stricken building contractor McGill have been given a second chance, with Hillcrest offering not just employment but also the opportunity to continue their apprenticeships. Painter and decorator Lee Alan, plumbers Andrew Fenwick and Ian Crighton, and electricians Lee Brannen and Lewis MacKenzie not only lost their jobs…

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    Posted: 14th October 2020

    Five apprentices of stricken building contractor McGill have been given a second chance, with Hillcrest offering not just employment but also the opportunity to continue their apprenticeships. Painter and decorator Lee Alan, plumbers Andrew Fenwick and Ian Crighton, and electricians Lee Brannen and Lewis MacKenzie not only lost their jobs…

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    Posted: 2nd October 2020

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