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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 September 2005

Cluture Club Notes

Culture Club NotesJoyce McMillan9.9.05 Note on views expressed at the artists' conference on the culture commission report, held at the Scottish parliament, Monday 12 September 2005 1) There was a gen…
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Bulletin Articles
21st September 2005

Scotland to focus on school standards in poorer areas

Scotland to focus on school standards in poorer areas   Polly Curtis Society Guardian 21.09.05     The Scottish executive today announced a major shift in its education policy to focus…
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Bulletin Articles
19th September 2005

Executive launches crofting initiative

Executive launches crofting initiative    19.09.05     An initiative has been unveiled to increase the amount of land available for affordable housing in the Highlands and Islands…
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Bulletin Articles
16th September 2005

Gap between rich and poor is a killer

Gap between rich and poor is a killer  Laurence Demarco,  Regeneration & Renewal 16 September 2005 Back from his hols, the Prime Minister has returned to his theme that the British, esp…
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Bulletin Articles
16th September 2005

Communities urged to stand up for their rights in planning

Communities urged to stand up for their rights in planning   16.09.05     Deadline ends for responses to new White Paper on Planning   On the final day for responses to the Execu…
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Bulletin Articles
16th September 2005

Society’s ills will only worsen, trusts told

Society’s ills will only worsen, trusts told   Mathew Little Third Sector magazine 14.09.05     A former policy adviser to Tony Blair last week warned trusts and foundations to expe…
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Bulletin Articles
16th September 2005

Development trusts’ assets on rise

Development trusts' assets on rise    Jamie Carpenter Regeneration & Renewal 16.09.05     Development trusts have seen a dramatic increase in asset growth over the past year, …
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Bulletin Articles
16th September 2005

Third sector funding is in crisis, says survey

Third sector funding is in crisis, says survey    16.09.05     Voluntary sector funding is at crisis point, according to a survey published last week.   The survey, publishe…
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Bulletin Articles
16th September 2005

False Hope

False HopeAdam J Taylor04.08.05 It has been over ten years since Robert Putnam first published Bowling Alone, his seminal text on the decline of social capital in the USA and the West. Putnam did not …
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Senscot Bulletin
16th September 2005

Senscot Bulletin: 16-09-05

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 295, FRIDAY 16th SEPTEMBER 2005 (Going out weekly to over 2700) Dear members and friends, Did you watch '49 up' last night? 12 kids filmed in 1964 at the age of seven …
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Bulletin Articles
16th September 2005

Doing the Business

Doing the BusinessNew Start09.09.05 Established in 1987, Bolton Council's ethnic minorities business service (EMBS) has developed a range of pioneering programmes which have helped improve the perform…
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Bulletin Articles
16th September 2005

Hydrogen Bomb

Hydrogen BombSafik Meghji09.09.05 In 1869 Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson journeyed to Unst, the most northerly inhabited part of Britain. Eleven years earlier, his father Thomas oversaw the co…