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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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Senscot Bulletin
20th May 2005

Senscot Bulletin: 20-05-2005

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 279, FRIDAY 20th MAY 2005     Dear members and friends,   My cottage sits alone, overlooking an ancient church and graveyard – a tranquil spot. It was pr…
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Bulletin Articles
20th May 2005

The house the teens built

The house the teens built   20.05.05     Sixteen rookie builders in their teens are now set to join the building industry after creating a solid foundation by building a house together…
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Bulletin Articles
18th May 2005

‘Action’ call over climate change

‘Action’ call over climate change    18.05.05     Scotland is lagging badly behind the rest of the UK in the fight against climate change, it has been claimed.   A repor…
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Bulletin Articles
18th May 2005

Ravenscraig plans given go-ahead

Ravenscraig plans given go-ahead    18.05.05     The redevelopment of the former Ravenscraig steelworks is moving forward after plans to create a new town gained consent.   …
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18th May 2005

Councils on collision course with Executive over planning

Councils on planning collision course with Executive   Senscot 18.05.05     Further opposition to forthcoming planning white paper which will hand more control to MSPs.   Council…
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18th May 2005

Scottish cities urged to launch joint blitz on global markets

Scottish cities urged to launch joint blitz on global markets   By Rosie Niven New Start magazine   13.05.05     Glasgow and Edinburgh must put aside traditional rivalries and oper…
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Bulletin Articles
17th May 2005

Proposals for future of Scotland’s first national park

Proposals for future of Scotland's first national park   17.05.05     Proposals which could shape the future of one of Scotland's most scenic areas were launched today by Deputy Environ…
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Bulletin Articles
17th May 2005

New online health magazine launched

New online health magazine launched   17.05.05     CanDo Magazine - Scotland's Health Magazine that's Positive about Disability - has launched an online edition this week   The Ca…
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Bulletin Articles
17th May 2005

Regeneration gets a seat in new cabinet

Regeneration gets a seat in new cabinet   By Henry Palmer New Start magazine   17.05.05     Regeneration becomes a cabinet-level responsibility for the first time in the new Labou…
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Bulletin Articles
16th May 2005

New £6 Million loan fund to boost social enterprise

New £6 Million loan fund to boost social enterprise   16.05.05     A new £6 million loan fund to support organisations operating in the social economy was launched today.   ‘S…
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Bulletin Articles
15th May 2005

Trust launches business supporters scheme

Trust launches business supporters scheme   16.05.05     The Scottish Wildlife Trust has launched it first small business supporters scheme with two companies, Brand Revive and Native W…
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Bulletin Articles
14th May 2005

Banks reject community branches proposal

Banks reject community branches proposal    Jamie Carpenter, Regeneration & Renewal 13.05.05     The banking industry has rejected a plan to ensure that local communities ha…