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Join @SocEntEdinburgh next Friday as it launches its fourth #SocEnt strategy. The launch will also celebrate the 5th birthday of the 'Buy The Good Stuff' brand, and the History of Social Enterprise in Scotland exhibition. eventbrite.co.uk/e/e…

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Senscot Bulletin
28th February 2003

Senscot Bulletin 28-02-2003

SENSCOT MEMBERS’ BULLETIN No. 167, FRIDAY 28th FEBRUARY 2003   Dear Members and friends,   A friend of mine knows someone who’s a member of Tony Blair’s ‘court’. It seems that …
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Senscot Bulletin
21st February 2003

Senscot Bulletin 21-02-2003

SENSCOT MEMBERS’ BULLETIN No. 166, FRIDAY 21st FEBRUARY 2003     Dear Members and friends,   Some time ago, a simple x-ray showed ‘wear and tear’ in my neck - Tuesday was my …
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Senscot Bulletin
14th February 2003

Senscot Bulletin 14-02-2003

SENSCOT MEMBERS’ BULLETIN No. 165, FRIDAY 14th JANUARY 2003   Dear Members and friends,   In 1967 my latest ‘brilliant idea’ had collapsed in debt - no money, no income - in desper…
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Senscot Bulletin
7th February 2003

Senscot Bulletin 07-02-2003

SENSCOT MEMBERS’ BULLETIN No. 164, FRIDAY 7th FEBRUARY 2003     Dear Members and friends,   Funeral today (Friday) of my uncle. 83 - he’d been ill for a while - had a strong fa…