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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
20th March 2006

Towns and cities to pilot Business Improvement Districts

Towns and cities to pilot Business Improvement Districts 20.03.06 Six pilot projects that will see Scottish local authorities and businesses working together to regenerate town and city centres are to…
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Senscot Bulletin
17th March 2006

Senscot Bulletin: 17-03-2006

Dear members and friends, I attended another funeral this week – that's three already this year – and there's another one looming.  Death makes us ask again if there is any special meaning to…
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Bulletin Articles
17th March 2006

Brown launches major review of sector’s role

Brown launches major review of sector's role Third Sector magazine17.03.06 The Government is to conduct a wide-ranging study of the voluntary sector's long-term future, asking how it can help to tack…
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Bulletin Articles
17th March 2006

Charities ‘are still getting a raw deal on contracts’

Charities 'are still getting a raw deal on contracts'   Third Sector magazine 17.03.06     There needs to be 'sustained pressure' to treat third-sector organisations bidding for public …
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Bulletin Articles
17th March 2006

Alliance captures community spirit

Alliance captures community spirit  Laurence DemarcoRegeneration & Renewal17.03.06 Whenever I'm out and about visiting community projects, I'm surprised again by their effectiveness. Part of …
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Uncategorised
16th March 2006

Better community involvement in community planning

1. Community Voices Network     Better community involvement  in community planning   Professor Michael Carley School of the Built Environment Heriot-Watt University   carleym…
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Bulletin Articles
16th March 2006

Prescription for change

Prescription for change Ministers are pinning their hopes on plans to put healthcare into the hands of staff and locals through social enterprises. A good idea - but it won't be easy Richard LewisTh…
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Bulletin Articles
16th March 2006

Searching for the invisible man

Searching for the invisible man   Economics focus The Economist 09.03.06   Economics rediscovers the entrepreneur   THE French, according to George Bush, have no word for them, economi…
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Bulletin Articles
16th March 2006

One hand giveth, the other hand taketh away

One hand giveth, the other hand taketh awayJon Molyneux16.03.2006   Mixed messages have emanated from Scotland’s government this week concerning much-needed reform of the public sector.   …
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Uncategorised
15th March 2006

European Social Enterprise Policy Colloquium 2005

European Social Enterprise Colloquium 2005   14.03.06     Last October, in London, a European Social Enterprise Policy Colloquium was held looking at experience from a number of EU memb…
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Bulletin Articles
14th March 2006

NHS changes ‘should benefit local communities’

NHS changes 'should benefit local communities' 14.03.06 NHS organisations can be a powerful force for good in regenerating local communities, Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt said today. She urged the…
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Bulletin Articles
14th March 2006

Community recycling projects on show

Community recycling projects on show   14.03.06     Scotland's community recyclers were showcased today at an event in the Trades Hall in Glasgow, organised by the Community Recycling N…