What is it? Your LEAP Home Energy Check is a review of your home energy usage. Our City and Guilds … Continue reading Book your Free Home Energy Check with LEAP this Winter
Thomas Hodgson, a 4th year pupil of St Benedict’s Secondary School in Linwood, spent his work placement week with LEAP … Continue reading On Work Placement with LEAP
LEAP are carrying out community consultations to help us inform the work we plan to do in the future and … Continue reading Your Feedback is Welcome
LEAP are delighted to announce that we have been recognised as one of only 6 projects across Scotland for Energy … Continue reading LEAP receives Community Energy Action Award!
Neill Ritchie travelled over 200 miles to work as part LEAP’s Cycle for Summer event. Neill cycled from Bridge of … Continue reading Cycle for Summer – Proud Thea with her dad Neill sporting Cycle for Summer Certificate
At the end of last month, LEAP linked up with Active Communities Linwood at Kintyre Park to promote cycling as … Continue reading Active Communities Linwood Family Cycle and Bikeswap
Upcycled fashion and fashion swapping proved a Big Mix when over 80 young people and adults came along to swap … Continue reading Ripped by ReMode Fashion Show and Swish Extravaganza
As a community based Charity & Social Enterprise LEAP needs your feedback to help us shape the future of both … Continue reading LEAP Welcome Your Feedback
This year, ReMode presents a unique Fashion Show and Swish Clothes Swap event at Kilbarchan Guide Hall on Saturday 8th … Continue reading “RIPPED” by ReMODE – Fashion Show & Swish (Clothes Swap) Event – 8th October
LEAP’s ‘Cycle for Summer’ in August was planned to raise awareness of cycling and to get a snapshot of just … Continue reading Over 1000 miles cycled in a month!
Brookfield Gala Day was a great day out for everyone who came along on Saturday 20th August, despite the early … Continue reading LEAP’s Bikeswap at Brookfield Gala Day
Cycling in Lochwinnoch last week Alan Gilmour, came across what he described as a real cyclist’s rest stop at Blackditch … Continue reading Cycling For Summer – Another Selfie by Alan Gilmour
Preparation for a family cycle does mean the cycle helmets and bikes are to the ready as seen in these … Continue reading Cycling for Summer – Helmets to the Ready and Bikes Ahoy!
Bridge of Weir cyclist and hobby photographer, Alan Gilmour, cycles 50 kilometers every week. On a recent cycle and as … Continue reading Cycling for Summer – Soldiers stand Guard on the Bridge of Weir to Kilmacolm cycle path
The Allison family cycled 15 miles on a Weekend Sunday in August on the Strathkelvin Railway Path from Strathblane to … Continue reading Cycling for Summer – The Family