Scottish celebrities Lorraine Kelly OBE and Rory Bremner give The William Quarrier Scottish Epilepsy Centre their seal of approval.
On Thursday 16 May, Quarriers Renfrewshire Head Injury Service will be taking part in Head Injury Information Day at the Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow.
It’s the greatest golf match on earth and Quarriers is delighted to announce it will be the official charity partner of the 2012 Ryder cup.
Quarriers digital inclusion service Go4IT has reached the final of the 2013 Care Accolades.
The Deputy First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon MSP will today mark the opening of Quarriers’s £6.4 million world-class epilepsy centre in Glasgow.
The William Quarrier Scottish Epilepsy Centre will open its doors to patients on Monday 15 April.
Several young people supported by Quarriers Stopover Service had the opportunity to meet Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, including 18-year-old Dylan Howie.
His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge will Skype young people on an innovative employability exchange programme in the Netherlands when he visits charity Quarriers’s Stopover youth homeless project in Glasgow today (Thursday 4 April, 2013).
A big thank you to everyone who helped to make Quarriers Easter Egg Trail such a great day.
Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will on Thursday 4 April tour a service for young homeless people run by Quarriers on the couple’s first-ever visit to Glasgow.
On Friday 22 February, Quarriers Voices choir made their debut performance at the Quarriers ceilidh.
On Saturday 16 March, Quarriers held a Zumbathon® in Glasgow, raising nearly £300.
Staff and volunteers completed the Bath Half Marathon to raise money for Quarriers.
Put on your bunny ears and hop along to Quarriers VIllage to join in the Easter Egg Trail!
On Friday 8 February, Quarriers Upper Nithsdale Friendship Group enjoyed a visit from Upper Nithsdale Youth Pipe Band.
Join us on Saturday 23 March for a night of live music at Stereo (Renfield Lane, Glasgow) from up and coming unsigned artists.
In November 2012, Quarriers was awarded a grant from the People’s Postcode Trust to improve the Drop In rooms at the Family Resource Centre in Ruchazie.
Quarriers received the keys to the new William Quarrier Scottish Epilepsy Centre in Glasgow on Friday 8 February.
Join us for an evening of musical entertainment at the Quarriers Ceilidh, featuring a performance from the Quarriers Voices choir!
Local MSP Derek Mackay was inspired by services run by Quarriers on a visit to our HQ in Bridge of Weir.
Could you foster a child or care for an adult? Come along to our information evening on Thursday 24 January 2013.
20 volunteers singers raised their voices in support of Quarriers at Bath Christmas Market.
On Friday 7 December, Quarriers held the 19th annual Noel Lunch at the Marriott Hotel in Glasgow.
Quarriers has been successful in a recent North Ayrshire Council tender for family support.
Pop into Princes Square shopping centre in Glasgow for Quarriers Festival of Choirs from Saturday 8 December.
Quarriers Christmas cards flew off the shelves at Bath Christmas Market.
Well done to everyone who took part in the Edinburgh Zumbathon®!
Come along to Quarriers third annual Christmas Fayre in Bridge of Weir this Saturday for Christmas shopping inspiration!
Come along to our information day in Quarriers Village to find out more about working with Quarriers.
Quarriers Befriending Initiative has been selected to take part in an exciting evaluation initiative.
Unique Christmas cards designed by people we support on sale at Bath Christmas market.
To mark the launch of Scotland's family appeal, images were projected on landmarks around the capital.
Around 24,000 Scottish families are thought to be severely disadvantaged, research has suggested. A report by the think tank Demos said that 4% of the total population of families with children face severe hardship.
Registration is now open for our 2012 Zumbathons®!
It's Social Media Week across the world this week - why not join in by signing up to Quarriers' social media channels?
18 volunteers from Cigna in Greenock pitched in to help transform the garden at the Westview service in Greenock.
Join us for guided tours of Quarriers Village on Saturday 8 September.
A look at how work is progressing on the new Scottish Epilepsy Centre in Govan.
Seven-year-old Archie and his sister Beth (five) collected nearly £200 in a sponsored cycle for Quarriers.
We would like to say thank you to open water swimmer Audrey Thompson swimming the Clyde for Quarriers.
Three residents in Quarriers Village will open their gardens to the public for Scotland’s Garden Scheme charity day on Sunday 2 September.
Have the Olympics and the Tour de France inspired you to get on your bike? Sign up for our Edinburgh to Dublin Cycle Challenge!
Quarriers Village residents joined staff from Quarriers last Friday to mark the grand re-opening of Sommerville Weir Hall.
Eddie Watt will be taking his work on the road when he runs a half-marathon for Quarriers’ new world-leading Scottish Epilepsy Centre.
A team from Quarriers' Mavisbank service cycled from the service to Balloch in July, and have raised £144 so far.
Yesterday saw the launch of Technically Speaking, part of Quarriers Go4IT programme, at St Mirren Park.
A People's Postcode Trust grant has bought a selection of toys and play equipment for the newly extended nursery at Quarriers Family Resource Centre in Ruchazie.
Register free for the Great Scottish Run on Sunday 2nd September if you choose to run for Quarriers.
We are holding our 3rd Annual Christmas Fayre on 24th November, and we are looking for interesting and unique stalls.
Another look at how the new Scottish Epilepsy Centre is progressing.
Quarriers staff and young people we support attended an Equal Opportunities Committee meeting at the Scottish Parliament.
Fiona Morrison is bungee jumping Glasgow's Titan Crane to raise money for Quarriers' Mavisbank service.
Join us for an information day on Wednesday 11 July.
Work on the new Scottish Epilepsy Centre is well underway.
Ruth McKibbin, Quarriers Bath Regional Office Administrator was named Best Newcomer at the South West PA of the Year Awards, staged by Bath Business News.
On Tuesday 5 June, people we support at Quarriers Westview, Finnart Street, Octavia Supported Living and ABC Supported Living celebrated the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with a garden party.
Three young people supported at Quarriers James Shields service completed the Glasgow East End 5K Fun Run at Tollcross, Glasgow, on Sunday 10 June.
Quarriers 'Quire' performs at The Proms Celebration of British Music at Lackham House.
On Tuesday 12 June young people supported by Quarriers went to the Scottish Parliament to talk about homelessness.
Quarriers finds discrimination against people living with epilepsy is rife in all areas of life.
Join us for a Proms Celebration of British Music in the grounds of the magnificent Georgian, Lackham House in Lacock on Sunday 24th June featuring Bath Spa University Young Performers.
A big thank you to Bath Spa University Brass Ensemble, volunteer singers, Quarriers Bath Regional office staff and supporters who raised £170.00 for South West Children’s Holidays at The Parade Gardens in Bath on Saturday 19th May.
Come along tonight to our Fundraising Comedy Night at The Stand in Edinburgh. We have lined up four top class comedians and guarantee to have you crying with laughter.
YouGov survey for charity Quarriers finds only just over a quarter of potential Scots foster carers would consider a child with multiple disabilities and complex needs.
are looking for singers to help out at a Jubilee event in Bath
Quarriers have successfully secured a grant from the People’s Postcode Trust!
Bath to host a special Jubilee musical event to help give vulnerable and disadvantaged children from Bath and Wiltshire the chance to have a much-needed holiday by the sea.
Quarriers were invited by Jackie Baillie MSP to exhibit in the Garden Lobby at the Scottish Parliament.
Join the Scottish Epilepsy Centre for a Zumba class promoting Purple Day – The Global Day of Epilepsy Awareness.
Quarriers Family Support Service in Dumfries & Galloway awarded £20k grant from Short Breaks Fund.
Young people supported by Quarriers who are taking part in the Leonardo programme appear in a short film about their experience.
Thanks to a grant of £9,583 from the People’s Postcode Trust we now have a lovely new garden at Dunn Street
Work starts on world-leading £6.4m centre to put Scotland at forefront of epilepsy treatment and assessment.
Quarriers' Youth Inclusion Team planning second Leonardo placements for young homeless people.
Quarriers is to benefit from a £34,000 Scottish Government funding boost to train frontline staff.
Representatives from Learning Disability Alliance Scotland meet with Michael Moore MP.
Staff employed at two children’s homes in Wiltshire run by Quarriers are celebrating after being highly praised by education watchdog Ofsted.
Torrie Publications hand over a cheque for £500 to Quarriers.
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CELCIS are currently seeking the views of those working with looked after children and young people in Scotland.
Yvette Hutcheson, a young person we support, was invited to give evidence to the Equal Opportunities Committee as part of their consideration of young people and homelessness.
The UK Government has abandoned plans to remove the mobility component of Disability Living Allowance for people in residential care.
Quarriers Recruitment Open Day Tuesday 13th December
Take a look at our new advertising campaign - It's a FAMILY thing.
You can now view our Annual Review for 2010/2011 online complete with video clips from staff and people we support.
We have an amazing chance to win £50,000 for our Steps & Stages service in Ayrshire.
The People’s Postcode Trust have now awarded a further £9,583 so that we can develop the garden at the service.
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