Big Splash Charities


Re-Union Canal Boats

Re-Union Canal Boats operate on the Lowland Canals delivering volunteering opportunities, training, educational and environmental programmes to communities in Edinburgh and Falkirk. We provide boat trips on Lochrin Belle and Jaggy Thistle as well as delivering lock keeping services.

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Seagull Trust Cruises

Seagull Trust Cruises provides free canal cruising from four locations in Scotland, catering for people who have special needs. We operate ten canal boats from our bases at Ratho, Falkirk, Kirkintilloch and Inverness.

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The Sorted Project

The Sorted Project charity, established in 2008, has a successful record helping people in Edinburgh & Lothian who are recovering from substance dependency and associated mental health problems.

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Bridge 19 - 40 Canal Society

The Bridge 19-40 Union Canal Society is a small and friendly charity which supports the heritage and environment of the Union Canal near Broxburn, Winchburgh and Philpstoun, between bridges 19 to 40..

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Linlithgow Union Canal Society

Based at Manse Road Basin on the Union Canal in Linlithgow, LUCS is a major tourist attraction operating boat trips and charters, Scotlands only Canal Museum, and a very attractive tea room.

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Free Wheel North

A disability cycling charity which aims to help and encourage people of all ages and abilities to get cycling. We help people feel comfortable and confident on their bikes so they can enjoy the physical and mental benefits of cycling.

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Pinkston Watersports

Pinkston watersports is Scotland's only artificial whitewater course and is a community clean water paddlesports venue. Operating as a social enterprise we are passionate about providing opportunities for everyone to take part in activity on and in the water.

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Lambhill Stables

Lambhill Stables, located in North Glasgow, was built around 1815 as a staging post for horses pulling barges along the Forth and Clyde Canal. The building has been community owned since 2007, and has been transformed into a vibrant community hub.

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Community Moorings Scotland

Our vision is of busy waterways in Scotland with many exciting locations for boats and people, linked up as a network of stop-off points along the canals. Over the years further mooring and launching sites will be established.

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Forth & Clyde Canal Society

We are a charitable organisation operated by volunteers who work to promote the canal through boat trips , campaigns and events, educating the public where possible on the benefits of this wonderful green corridor.

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People Know How / Polwarth Kirk on the Canal

People Know How is a Scottish charity founded in 2013 on the principle that people know how to identify their needs and the solutions that will help them fulfill their potential and solve social issues.

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