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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
22nd July 2005

Lone voice in the wilderness with no cash

Lone voice in the wilderness with no cash   Ian Swanson Scotsman 14.07.05     It sounded the perfect way to give Scots their say on matters under discussion in their new parliament - p…
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Bulletin Articles
20th July 2005

US guru tells regions to set social capital goals

US guru tells regions to set social capital goals by Julian DobsonNew Start magazine18.07.05 A leading US civic activist has challenged regional and local government agencies to set explicit targets …
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Bulletin Articles
18th July 2005

Declining markets ‘need urgent help’ – report

Declining markets need urgent help, says report    Herpreet Kaur Grewal Regeneration & Renewal 18.07.05     Traditional retail markets are in decline and need to be reformed…
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Bulletin Articles
18th July 2005

Call for greater tax break publicity

Call for greater tax break publicity   Nick Loney, Regeneration & Renewal 15.07.05     A tax break designed to attract a billion pounds into deprived areas will only succeed if th…
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Bulletin Articles
18th July 2005

Executive defends planning reform

Executive defends planning reform    18.07.05     The Scottish Executive has denied claims that tighter planning controls over opencast mining will be a death knell for the indust…
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Bulletin Articles
18th July 2005

Ministers sanction turbines extension

Ministers sanction turbines extension    Planning 15.07.05     A wind farm extension that will supply electricity to around 100,000 homes was approved by Scottish ministers this …
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Senscot Bulletin
15th July 2005

Senscot Bulletin: 15-07-2005

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 287, FRIDAY 15th  JULY 2005 (Going out weekly to over 2600; searchable archive of bulletins at web-site, www.senscot.net) Dear members and friends, Marvellous weat…
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Bulletin Articles
15th July 2005

The land revolutionary: Fred Harrison, author and economist

The land revolutionary: Fred Harrison, author and economist  Ben Walker Regeneration & Renewal15.07.05 Spiralling house prices, crumbling railways and perennial unemployment are all unnecess…
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Bulletin Articles
15th July 2005

Street cred

Street cred   'Choice and voice' plan for communities will need cash backing   Peter Hetherington The Guardian 13.07.05     Neighbourhood governance is rarely a phrase to set th…
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Uncategorised
14th July 2005

Survey of Social Enterprises Across the UK (Conclusion)

From   A Survey of Social Enterprises Across the UK   Research Report prepared for The Small Business Service (SBS)   by IFF Research Ltd July 2005     6 Conclusion  …
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Bulletin Articles
14th July 2005

Home and away

Home and away   The soccer world cup kicks off in Edinburgh next week - the version for homeless people, that is. Louise Tickle tells how the event, now in its third year, has helped reshape the…
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Bulletin Articles
13th July 2005

Debating the future of the social economy

Debating the future of the social economy Alistair GrimesJuly 2005 I think that we need to move the debate about the future of the social economy on from Futurebuilders Scotland (FBS) and to ask some …