Welcome to Bridges Project

Bridges Project is a charity which provides a number of services to assist young people manage transitions into adulthood and life beyond school. We work across East Lothian and Midlothian. Our services are offered on a voluntary basis and are free and confidential.

Our objectives are to assist young people with:

  • improving their employability, training and education related skills
  • managing their move to independent living
  • developing skills which will help them to manage a job, a house, relationships etc
  • becoming active members of their community
  • realising their potential

On our website we have endeavoured to provide information which is of use to professionals, families and young people. We welcome enquiries about our work and if you want to find out more, please feel free to contact us by email or by telephone

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"My ambition is to work with children as a classroom assistant. I really enjoy working at the Burgh Primary and am grateful for the help and support I get from Bridges and the teachers."

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We now have a Bridges Project Blog for young people with photos, podcasts, videos, programme of events, space for young people to comment and add their own content and more!

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A full day consultation event with young people about our Way2Work service on 8th October 2013 here at Bridges Project.

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Congratulations to Lauren for passing her Driving Test 1st time round! Well done.   First Time Successes for Kyle On Wednesday 25 August 2010, Kyle passed his ...

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