Author: Kim Fellows

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Safety first – cycling in the Netherlands

LGiU Scotland’s Kim Fellows blogs about her cycling trip to the Netherlands recently, and what she saw and learned there.

Australia, England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland Blog Post

Islands Deal – What can our islands do for you?

It’s an exciting time for Scotland’s island communities, as the Islands Deal begins to take off. Our own Kim Fellows went along to the Islands Deal Holyrood Reception reception in February to find out more.

Scotland Blog Post

In Conversation with… Kevin Stewart

<em><strong>Kim Fellows (KF)</strong> talks with <strong>Kevin Stewart (KS</strong>) Minister for Local Government, Housing and Planning about his ambitions for tackling homelessness in Scotland.

Scotland Blog Post

Budget Day 2018 in Scotland

LGiU Scotland’s Kim Fellows gives a quick update on the Scottish budget that was announced today.

Scotland Blog Post

Hanging on the telephone

Working in public services requires a great deal of connectivity – both with regards to phone signal and internet connection. But what about when you are based somewhere without a good internet connection? LGiU Scotland’s Kim Fellows blogs about her travels across Scotland recently and the difficulties she has faced.

Scotland Blog Post

Community services in Orkney: Love Islands?

LGiU Scotland’s Kim Fellows blogs about her trip to Orkney, the stunning sights she saw there and the superb involvement of Orkney Council with the community and the services they provide.

Scotland Blog Post

I would walk 500 miles… or in my case, 7 miles

LGiU Scotland’s Kim Fellows blogs about her positive experience with Clean Air Day 2018 in Edinburgh and how we can continue these efforts to reduce air pollution in the future.

Scotland Blog Post

Why Europe? Why not.

LGiU Scotland’s Kim Fellows explores the impact of Brexit on the low skilled labour market in Scotland as discussed at an event at Edinburgh University’s Centre for Constitutional Change

Scotland Blog Post

She works hard for the money

LGiU Scotland’s Kim Fellows follows up from her “Money Talks…” blog with some further reflections from the April meeting in response to some of the points made by a commentator on the first blog.

Scotland Blog Post