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#CultureSEN member @WeavingMusic has over 100 custom made, museum grade exhibition stands for sale, for a negotiated price. The stanchions have bases 30cm x 30cm x 80cm and can be fully dismantled. Contact elisekelly@trolise.co.uk for details. pic.twitter.com/Pe7n…

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Bulletin Articles
12th January 2005

Recycling resolution for New Year

Recycling resolution for New Year   10.01.05     The Woodland Trust has teamed up with WHSmith and Tesco stores to make recycling Christmas cards as easy as falling off a log.   La…
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Bulletin Articles
12th January 2005

Cash crisis urban aid group facing closure

Cash crisis urban aid group facing closure   Jason Cumming 12.01.05     A major regeneration agency in the Capital is facing closure as a result of a financial crisis.   The West…
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Bulletin Articles
11th January 2005

Rural Wind Up

Rural Wind Up   11.01.05   Windfarms and unaffordable housing are the biggest issues concerning rural Scots according to an online poll carried by the Rural Community Gateway website during …
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Bulletin Articles
11th January 2005

Easy Guide To Community Interest Companies Published

Easy Guide To Community Interest Companies Published   12.01.05     Community Interest Companies (CICs) offer an exciting new opportunity to build dynamic and sustainable businesses wi…
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11th January 2005

Big Funding Changes Announced

Big Funding Changes Announced   11.05.01     Changes to the funding processes of the Big Lottery Fund - due to come in this year - are being announced.   Programmes previously oper…
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Bulletin Articles
11th January 2005

A slice of clean green Scotland

A slice of clean green Scotland   11.01.05     Scotland is being urged to take advantage of grants from the Energy Saving Trust (EST) Innovation programme to implement pioneering green …
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11th January 2005

Scottish pathfinder progress hampered by staff shortages

Scottish pathfinder progress hampered by staff shortages   By Susan Downer New Start magazine 11.01.05     A flagship regeneration initiative to improve public services in some of the p…
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Bulletin Articles
11th January 2005

Growth rate concern triggers inquiry

Growth rate concern triggers inquiry   New Start magazine 10.01.05     Scotland's poor business growth rate has prompted MSPs to launch an inquiry into how to increase economic activity…
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Bulletin Articles
10th January 2005

Forestry project could provide 500 new jobs in Highlands

Forestry project could provide 500 new jobs in Highlands   10.01.05   Ross and Cromarty Enterprise (RACE) has approved funding towards a study into the potential construction of a £1bn stat…
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Bulletin Articles
10th January 2005

The End of ‘Right-to-Buy’?

The End of ‘Right-to-Buy’?   10.01.05     A review of Scotland's 'right-to-buy' housing policy is to come under review.   So said communities minister Malcolm Chisholm in a rad…
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Bulletin Articles
10th January 2005

‘Quality of Life’ funding for all council areas

‘Quality of Life’ funding for all council areas   10.01.05     Every local authority in Scotland will receive its share of a £100 million Quality of Life fund to address local issu…
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Senscot Bulletin
7th January 2005

Senscot Bulletin: 07-01-2005

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 260, FRIDAY 7th JANUARY 2005 Dear members and friends,   A few of us out in Spain for some golf – at the club which has been our 'gang hut' since 1975.  F…