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Talk Like A Pirate Day

Talk Like A Pirate Day (19/09/16) got under way in fine style for  Chaplain Geoff Findlay. Here he is in full costume, sharing a laugh with Bethany in Dundee's Overgate shopping centre.Said Geoff: "People today have been great and...
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Tackling workplace stress

Thursday's Stress-awareness Seminar, the first in our Autumn season of free lunchtime Workplace Wellbeing sessions, courtesy of the management at Edinburgh Park, Edinburgh, was very well attended.WPCS Chief Executive Iain McFadzean's illustrated...
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Interest in chaplaincy

We have been encouraged by the number of people who expressed an interest in volunteering as workplace chaplains during the West Lothian Presbytery event on Saturday (August 27).Held in 'The Peel' the park area surrounding Linlithgow Palace​, the day...
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First class

Here's the first ever Chaplaincy & Spiritual Care class at Scottish Baptist College, Paisley - the fruit of a very exciting partnership with WPCS. We wish everyone involved a wonderful journey! For the first time in Scotland, it is...
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College course in Chaplaincy

  An exciting new development in Christian service is being offered to students at Scottish Baptist College in Glasgow, thanks to a collaborative project with Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland (WPCS).   For the first time in Scotland, it will ...
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'Mixed bag' for retailers

The number of people entering shops in Scotland fell again in July according to the latest figures from the Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) and leading Customer Counting and Performance Measurement company, Springboard. However the number of vacant ...
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Building bridges

Following on from his service at the 50th anniversary of the Tay Road Bridge, our East of Scotland Organiser Chic Lidstone takes a closer look at bridges in his Workplace Word: Two brothers who lived on neighbouring farms had a major fallout. A ...
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Tay Road Bridge Commemoration

Dundee City Council chaplain Chic Lidstone, who is also the Regional Organiser for WPCS in the East of Scotland, gave a poignant address during the recent Tay Road Bridge 50th Anniversary celebrations. He conducted the Workers’ Commemoration Ceremony...
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Workplace wellbeing seminars

  Our next series of free lunchtime Workplace Wellbeing Seminars, in conjunction with Edinburgh Park Management, will take place at the Edinburgh Park Management Suit, 4 Lochside Place, EH12 9DF, at 12.30-13.15 on the following dates:- 15.0...
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Emergency responders' wellbeing

When your job is to care for others in emergencies, it's important to look after yourself too. To find out where and when you can find out more about Staying Well & Supporting your Colleagues as an emergency responder, please click on the link b...
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