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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…

About 2 hours ago from Senscot's Twitter

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Senscot Bulletin
25th February 2005

Senscot Bulletin: 25-02-2005

SENSCOT MEMBER’S BULLETIN No. 267, FRIDAY 25th FEBRUARY 2005   (Going out weekly to over 2500; searchable archive of bulletins at web-site, www.senscot.net)   Dear members and friends, &n…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd February 2005

Power to the parish

Power to the parish   Regeneration magazine 18.02.05     The Government plans a major shake-up of the relationship between neighbourhoods and local authorities. Nick Loney examines a vi…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd February 2005

Futurebuilders’ bold approach bodes well

Futurebuilders' bold approach bodes well   Stephen Cook, Third Sector   23.02.05     There's always some nervousness when a government programme is announced for the voluntary sec…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd February 2005

Shelter: homeless denied housing rights in Scotland

Shelter: homeless denied housing rights in Scotland   23.02.05     Figures released by the Scottish Executive show that homeless families across Scotland are being denied their legal ri…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd February 2005

Devolution ‘strengthens’ Scottish influence in EU

Devolution 'strengthens' Scottish influence in EU   Simon Cattle 22.02.05     The devolved administrations in Scotland and Wales (and Northern Ireland) have already gained a strong barg…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd February 2005

Edinburgh congestion charge ‘no’ vote is ‘step …

Edinburgh congestion charge 'no' vote is 'step in the wrong direction'   Simon Cattle 23.02.05     Environmental organisations have expressed disappointment after Edinburgh residents de…
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Bulletin Articles
21st February 2005

An eye for design

An eye for design   Scotland wants to improve its architecture - so it's picked a man who works frrm a shed. Susan Downer meets Raymond Young   New Start 21.02.03     Raymond Young…
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Bulletin Articles
21st February 2005

Citizenship grant for young people

Citizenship grant for young Scots   Simon Cattle 21.02.05     Young people are being encouraged to apply for grants of up to £100 for a citizenship project in their community.   T…
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Bulletin Articles
18th February 2005

How the new act will affect you

How the new act will affect you   The freedom of information Act brings opportunities as well as risks for your charity, writes Gary Flood   Third Sector magazine 16.02.05     The…
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Senscot Bulletin
18th February 2005

Senscot Bulletin: 18-02-2005

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 266, FRIDAY 18th FEBRUARY 2005   (Going out weekly to over 2500; searchable archive of bulletins here)   Dear members and friends,   At my wee cottage in …
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Bulletin Articles
18th February 2005

18,000 home Leith plan approved

18,000 home Leith plan approved   By Lee Connor Regeneration magazine 18.02.05     Plans to redevelop Leith Docks as a site for up to 18,000 new homes have been approved by Edinburgh ci…
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Bulletin Articles
17th February 2005

Edinburgh holds key to congestion charge

Edinburgh holds key to congestion charge  Andrew Clark and Gerard Seenan 17.02.05   Cities throughout Britain are awaiting the outcome of a knife-edge referendum in which Edinburgh's 300,…