Singer Delivers Scots Delight

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January 24 2022 One of Scotland’s brightest young musical talents is putting her voice to good use by helping our charity encourage children to build bridges higher than walls using Scots. Iona Fyfe has been supporting efforts to have the ‘Neeps and … Continued

Ayrshire Backs Neeps and Tatties

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January 17 2022 Nil by Mouth have visited Burns country to help promote our ‘Neeps and Tatties’ project in the run up to the national celebration of the bard next week. The charity visited Fullarton Connexions in Irvine to meet … Continued

Council Stand Up and Be Counted

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December 9 2021 West Dunbartonshire school pupils are to be taught about diversity and given lessons in how to tackle bigotry and religious hatred. West Dunbartonshire Council has announced an agreement to work with Nil By Mouth to highlight to … Continued

Students Help Serve up Neeps and Tatties

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December 7 2021 Nil By Mouth have teamed up with students from City of Glasgow College to bring our message of tolerance and change to thousands of children in the next few months. On St Andrew’s Day we launched ‘Neeps … Continued

East-End Pupils Win Big

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November 29 2021 A group of East End school pupils are celebrating after winning a competition aimed at promoting philanthropy amongst teenagers in Scotland. The pupils, from Whitehill Secondary School, clinched £3,000 to support the work of Nil by Mouth … Continued

College Holds Anti-Sectarianism Events

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November 26 2021 Students and staff at Dumfries and Galloway College have marked Interfaith Week with a series of online events held in partnership with anti-sectarianism charity Nil By Mouth. Presented by respected anti-sectarianism campaigner and Campaign Director of Nil … Continued

Anvils Hammer Home Respect Message

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November 22 2021 Lowland League side Gretna FC 2008 have, once again, teamed up with Nil by Mouth to hammer home the message that football in the town is open to everyone. During the 20/21 season Gretna players will take … Continued

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