Five teens get Sanctuary-backed training boost
Sanctuary Scotland has been instrumental in the employment of five apprentices in Cumbernauld.
Lisa Connelly, 17, recently joined the housing provider’s team at Fleming House. The former Our Lady’s High School pupil’s business administration apprenticeship will see Lisa spend at least one year with Sanctuary.
Meanwhile Cruden, the contractor for Sanctuary’s regeneration of Cumbernauld’s high-rise blocks, has taken on four local teenagers.
Joiners Steven McAuley and Lewis Carey, both 16 of Cumbernauld, plumber Callum Waugh, 17, of Cumbernauld, and joiner Derryn McCormack, 18, of Airdrie, are helping Sanctuary build new homes for future generations.
Pictured: Lewis, Callum and Derryn.