At the Annual Scotland YMCA Business Meeting held in Edinburgh last week, three members of Broughty Ferry YMCA received Achievement Awards, Board Member Keith Rennie was Runner Up in the Volunteer of the Year category, Board Member Graeme Prophet was Trustee of the year Winner and Isobel Reilly (Broughty Ferry YMCA Secretary) received the Sir George... Read More
Exciting times at the YMCA as the Board Members are working hard on a number of fronts. A great deal of work has been done including building improvements to the main building, the creation of the Secret Garden, renovations of the flat and in process the upgrading of the Gym block. Work will start on... Read More
During 2017-18 we have a healthy number of interested Board Members who are working tirelessly to improve the facilities at the YMCA. A good number of improvements have been made since our 150th Anniversary and progress is steadily continuing.
The YMCA in Broughty Ferry is building a Men’s Shed as part of efforts to tackle social isolation. The Mens Shed initiative at the YMCA Brook Street base is fully operational following a successful taster session last year. The new group meets at the Hut, a disused building within the grounds of the YMCA. The... Read More
Our Challenge Linking Global Food Production and Sustainability to local food production and consumption. Encourage young people to consider the inequality of food distribution to production. What We’re Doing Supporting young people to reflect on global food production and sustainability by understanding local and seasonal growth. The reflection will be demonstrated through a mural created... Read More
History buffs will soon be able to get their hands on a copy of a booklet written to commemorate 150 years of the YMCA in Broughty Ferry. Alistair Martin, 73, has spent more than six months meticulously researching and writing the 150th Anniversary of Broughty Ferry YMCA. The commemorative book will go on sale on... Read More