News

The latest news from Senscot and Scottish Social Enterprises.

News Search

#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…

About 15 hours ago from Senscot's Twitter

News Archive

a
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 …
a
Bulletin Articles
13th July 2005

Absorbing deal with the Woodland Trust

Absorbing deal with the Woodland Trust Senscot12.07.05 Trust initiative for businesses to reduce CO2 emissions  The Woodland Trust, the UK’s leading woodland conservation charity, has lau…
a
Bulletin Articles
12th July 2005

Social enterprise generates £18bn turnover for the UK economy

Social enterprise generates £18bn turnover for the UK economy   Senscot 12.07.05     Social Enterprises generate some £18billion - six times as much as farming - in annual turnover a…
a
Bulletin Articles
11th July 2005

Fresh confidence boost for Scottish economy

Fresh confidence boost for Scottish economy Colin Donald Scotsman11.07.05 Evidence of a surprise upturn in Scottish economic confidence has been provided by a new report. Lloyds TSB Corporate’s bia…
a
Bulletin Articles
11th July 2005

Scottish house prices rising more than in the south

Scottish house prices rising more than in the south 11.07.05 Scotland’s house price boom is closing the gap on England, according to the latest figures. However, economists predict that north of the…
a
Bulletin Articles
10th July 2005

Regional approach wins support of Scottish MPs

Regional approach wins support of Scottish MPs    Catherine Early Planning magazine 08.07.2005     Regional transport partnerships will be established in Scotland after MSPs appro…
a
Bulletin Articles
10th July 2005

Third sector fears loss of EU cash

Third sector fears loss of EU cash    Herpreet Kaur Grewal Regeneration & Renewal 08.07.05     Third sector bodies this week launched a campaign to persuade the European Unio…
a
Bulletin Articles
10th July 2005

Community warehouse open for business

Community warehouse open for business 11.07.05 'bringing big savings to the community' Voluntary groups can make huge savings at The Community Warehouse in Paisley, a new initiative between Kibble Edu…
a
Senscot Bulletin
8th July 2005

Senscot Bulletin: 08-07-2005

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 286, FRIDAY 8th  JULY 2005 Dear members and friends,   On Monday I travelled to Colonsay to visit the new monument in memory of all who drowned on the Arand…
a
Bulletin Articles
8th July 2005

Let’s make our own poverty history

Let’s make our own poverty history   The worldwide Make poverty history campaign has shown the power of positive thinking. Now it is time to start a movement of our own, says Matthew Pike  …
a
Uncategorised
8th July 2005

Wales Strategy for Social Enterprise

Wales Strategy for Social Enterprise   June 2005     Foreword by Edwina Hart   Minister for Social Justice and Regeneration in Wales     As Minister for Social Justice an…
a
Bulletin Articles
6th July 2005

New generation of activists comes to life in Edinburgh

New generation of activists comes to life in Edinburgh   Live 8 dominated the column inches but the Scottish capital carried the real message   By Georgina Lock Third Sector magazine 06.07.0…