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Primary school teacher and keen dancer Gillian Penman knows that everyone can be part of the unrivalled excitement of a big sporting event.
Dancer/primary school teacher, Eden Court, Inverness
Last year Falkirk Community Trust began to think about how they could most effectively engage local children across Falkirk in the Games.
Active Schools Coordinator, Falkirk Community Trust
“There are so many benefits I can’t imagine not dancing and I hope having the Commonwealth Games come to Glasgow will inspire more people to give it a go."
Dancer, Dance House, Glasgow
21-year-old Adam Martin sees the Commonwealth Games not just as an historic occasion but as something that will fuel his passion for volunteering and sport.
Young Scot Youth Legacy Ambassador
Gold, Silver and Bronze are synonymous with medals, and also a scheme to get Scots more active.
Volunteer Walk Leader
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