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A great profile of SEN member @CCInitiatives in the @cl_gazette yesterday.Clydesdale Community Initiatives helps people with complex health needs make a meaningful contribution to their local community. Read more below 👇carlukegazette.co.uk…

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Bulletin Articles
31st January 2005

BBC launches Community Network

BBC launches Community Network   01.02.06     A new website which has been launched by the BBC called Action Network.  Log on to www.bbc.co.uk/actionnetwork to register and publici…
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Bulletin Articles
31st January 2005

Prescott pledges action on sink estates

Prescott pledges action on sink estates   Matt Weaver The Guardian 31.01.05     Homes on some of Britain's worst sink estates are to be offered for sale and rent to higher income group…
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Bulletin Articles
31st January 2005

Social projects ‘must consolidate’

Social projects ‘must consolidate’   By Nick Loney Regeneration magazine 31.01.05     Community development finance institutions will not attract significant amounts of private inve…
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Bulletin Articles
28th January 2005

Global Marshall Plan

World Spirit Forum 'Open your heart – United Responsibility' 16 -19th January 2005, Arosa, Switzerland.     Speech by Franz Josef Rademacher: 'Global Marshall Plan'   Human kind star…
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Senscot Bulletin
28th January 2005

Senscot Bulletin: 28-01-2004

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 263, FRIDAY 28th  JANUARY 2005  Dear members and friends,   Been down this week – not sleeping well.  Waking in the night from dark dreams. Y…
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Bulletin Articles
28th January 2005

Social enterprises told to promote values as unique selling point

Social enterprises told to promote values as unique selling point   by Henry Palmer 28.01.05     Social enterprises have been warned by the Treasury that they must shout more loudl…
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Bulletin Articles
27th January 2005

Communities set to benefit from owning their own wind farm

Communities set to benefit from owning their own wind farm   27.01.05     The time is now ripe for local communities to seize the opportunity to develop their own wind farms. That was …
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Bulletin Articles
26th January 2005

Funding Enterprise Culture – Where social benefit meets bus

Funding Enterprise Culture - Where social benefit meets business   Third Sector magazine 19.01.05     Organisations need different kinds of funding models as they set up more projects …
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Bulletin Articles
25th January 2005

Brownfields projects downgraded

Brownfields projects downgraded   By Herpreet Kaur Grewal Regeneration magazine 24.01.05     The importance of regenerating brownfield land has been down-graded to the bottom of a list…
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Bulletin Articles
25th January 2005

Milburn hails role of social enterprise

Milburn hails role of social enterprise   Senscot 25.01.05     Social enterprises should have a greatly increased role in providing public services under a third-term Labour government,…
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Bulletin Articles
24th January 2005

Plan for ‘urban quarter’ at capital brewery site

Plan for 'urban quarter' at capital brewery site   Raymond Duncan The Herald 24.01.05     Plans for a £200m redevelopment of a former beer distribution depot in Edinburgh involve hun…
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Bulletin Articles
24th January 2005

Leading charities back child poverty charter

Leading charities back child poverty charter    By Dan Webber, Community Newswire 24.01.05     A new charter mapping out how the next government can lift at least one million UK…