Our goal is to provide a safe and welcoming business environment that strives for excellence while also increasing empowering opportunities and work experience for vulnerable adults in Moray.
Buckie Yarns was the first social enterprise set up by Moray Reach Out.
It is a haberdashery and craft shop that is located on East Church Street, Buckie.
It provides 25 training places in this colourful and creative space.
In Stitches is our most recent project that specializes in personalized embroidery and gifts.
This Elgin High Street shop boasts fun shop windows and a vast online catalogue.
It also provides 25 training opportunities in this shop environment.
Waste Watchers is our recycling team that runs out of our own site in Buckie and also staffs the Moray Council facility in Lossiemouth. Trainees are able to pick up and process recycling around the Moray area. Due to popular demand we offer 50 training places per week at both Buckie and Lossiemouth.
OPPORTUNITIES & SKILLS
- making cards etc.
- window dressing
- helping receive and check stock orders
- handling cash at the till
- serving customers
- Operating machinery
- Processing cans into bales of aluminum and steel
- Processing plastic into bales
- Picking up Recycling
We are always looking for new Social Enterprises to create more opportunities in the Moray area.
Our training places are funded by the Moray Council and we work within the community to achieve the best outcomes for everyone.