Special tribute to Windmills

TOP AWARD . . . Lee Barratt of Windmills Cafe shows of the award. He is pictured with (l-r) South Lanarkshire Provost Russell Clearie, Stewart Jamieson of Airdrie Savings Bank, Supercounty chairman Ian Livingstone, North Lanarkshire Provost Tom Curley, Supercounty director Terry Currie, Iain Campbell of Airdrie Savings Bank and Supercounty director Ronnie Smith.

TOP AWARD . . . Lee Barratt of Windmills Cafe shows of the award. He is pictured with (l-r) South Lanarkshire Provost Russell Clearie, Stewart Jamieson of Airdrie Savings Bank, Supercounty chairman Ian Livingstone, North Lanarkshire Provost Tom Curley, Supercounty director Terry Currie, Iain Campbell of Airdrie Savings Bank and Supercounty director Ronnie Smith.

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MOTHERWELL’S Windmills Cafe has scooped a top award.

The cafe received the Lanarkshire Community Venture Award for 2011 at the Lanarkshire Champions Awards ceremony, held at Hamilton’s Low Parks Museum recently.

The awards - organised by Supercounty and sponsored by Airdrie Savings Bank - pay tribute to the county’s unsung heroes.

Windmills Cafe is a training centre that provides various opportunities for young people aged 18 to 25 with disabilities. It opened in April 2010, and has continued to go from strength to strength.

For the full story, see the October 27 edition of the Times & Speaker.