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Edinburgh MG Club

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ELCA (Edinburgh & Lothian Louncil on Alcohol)

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ELCAP

ELCAP believes that people should have the support they need, delivered in the way they want, to live their chosen lives. They work in partnership with people and their families, to help them to identify and plan for the kind of life they want to live, and then to support them to achieve this.

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ELREC

Edinburgh and Lothians Regional Equality Council (ELREC) promotes equality of opportunity for all. They fight discrimination; promote a culture of human rights; foster good relations in our communities; and promote cooperation and partnership to meet their aims.

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ENABLE – Midlothian Local Area Coordinator

Local Area Co-ordination is based on a vision of a society where disabled people and their carers are valued as full and equal members of the community

They can provide advice and information on what is available in the local community. They can also help people to access services or find activities they want to try in their local area. They will take time to talk to you and get to know you. They will listen to the things you want to do and try to help you to make it happen.

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Equal Futures

Equal futures is lead by families who have taken the initiative to plan and support their disabled relative to enjoy a good life.  Their vision is simple:  They want everyone to have a good life

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Esk Valley Model Engineering Society

The Society was formed in 1982 to enable people in Edinburgh and The Lothians, interested in all aspects of Model Engineering, to meet regularly to discuss related topics and with the aim of ultimately having a dedicated club room and workshop.

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Esk Valley Trust

To establish, maintain, preserve and protect public footpaths and amenities in the valleys of the river Esk providing always that said paths and amenities are always for the public benefit.