Previous Spotlight Projects

The Commonwealth Games Legacy for Communities Programme 

This is a list of case studies which have previously appeared on our website as Spotlight Projects from the above programme.  Please click on a particular story to read more.

  • Improving access across Argyll - How Argyll Activities engaged disabled people across Argyll in discussions over partipation in sporting and outdoor activities. 
  • Sporting LEAPs for LGBT people in Scotland - About how SCDC has supported LEAP Sports to engage with national LGBT/sports agencies and local LGBT sports clubs around challenging negative attitudes and stereotypes of LGBT people that exist within mainstream sports and sporting competitions.
  • Get-set-go at Glasgow's Kelvinhall! - Through the Commonwealth Games Legacy for Communities Programme, Central & West Integration Network has been working with SCDC to engage BME communities in central and west Glasgow to discuss what their hopes and aspirations are for the biggest national sporting event to take place in Scotland's history. 
  • Dundee right on track! - SCDC supported Dundee Partnership to engage at a city-wide and local area level, and also to link the Partnership's engagement activity to their pre-exisiting  Games Legacy Plan for the city.
  • Mapping out the Games in Perth and Kinross - As part of the Legacy for Communities Programme, Council staff in Perth & Kinross worked with SCDC to explore how best to engage their local communities in thinking about the local opportunities to take forward work relating to the Commonwealth Games legacy.
  • Planning and Promoting the Commonwealth Legacy in Dundee - Having already put together a Games Legacy Plan for the city which focuses on Dundee's contributions to the Games Legacy Themes, Dundee Partnership was keen for any community engagement activity to be linked to this plan and into wider Community Planning processes.  Scottish Community Development Centre's Legacy for Communities programme has been helping the partnership achieve this.