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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
26th June 2006

Policy red tape ‘hinders’ Scots local partnerships

Policy red tape ‘hinders’ Scots local partnerships  Jamie CarpenterRegeneration & Renewal23.06.06 Regeneration partnerships intended to improve public services in Scotland are being hamp…
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Bulletin Articles
26th June 2006

Call for end to Enterprise Areas scheme

Call for end to enterprise scheme    Samantha Thorp Regeneration & Renewal 23.06.06     A government initiative designed to stimulate local enterprise should be withdrawn, a …
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Bulletin Articles
26th June 2006

Social added value guide launched

Social added value guide launched 27.06.06 Last week at “The Gathering” – Scotland’s Voluntary Sector Fair, Communities Minister Malcolm Chisholm launched 'Making the Case: Guide to Social Add…
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Senscot Bulletin
23rd June 2006

Senscot Bulletin: 23-06-2006

Dear members and friends, I’m over in Spain for a ‘stolen’ five days, and the weather is as good as it gets. I found this hotel on a website at a great price, and though it shows some signs of b…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd June 2006

Scottish Borders rail-link bid gets green light

Scottish Borders rail-link bid gets green light  Samantha Thorp Regeneration & Renewal23.06.06 The economy of the Scottish Borders is to benefit from a rail link connecting the region with E…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd June 2006

New challenges call for the skills of the third sector – Mi

New challenges call for the skills of the third sector - Miliband   Speech By Ed Miliband, Minister for the Third Sector   The Three Sector Summit London 22.06.06     Introduction …
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Bulletin Articles
23rd June 2006

Third sector drive may fail in practice

Third sector drive may fail in practice    Laurence Demarco Regeneration & Renewal magazine 23.06.06     Ed Miliband, the minister for the third sector, made his first major s…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd June 2006

Open source makes a good donation

Open source makes a good donation   Jane Dudman Computer Weekly 13.06.06     Two disparate charities have successfully implemented open source software, saving money and creating happie…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd June 2006

Double devolution: the renewal of local government

Double devolution: the renewal of local government 22.06.06 Published by the Smith Institute and edited by Geoff Mulgan and Fran Bury of the Young Foundation, this collection advocates the ‘Double D…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd June 2006

PM pledges bigger role for voluntary sector

PM pledges bigger role for voluntary sector Patrick WintourThe Guardian22.06.06 Tony Blair will today signal a big expansion in the voluntary sector's provision of public services, saying he will re…
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Bulletin Articles
20th June 2006

With complements

With complements   Boo Armstrong's passion for equality led her to establish a complementary therapy service available through the NHS   Guardian Society 20.06.06     Fairness ha…
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Bulletin Articles
20th June 2006

Social enterprises make their mark in mainstream business awards

Social enterprises make their mark in mainstream business awards 20.06.06 Social enterprises – a growing breed of businesses that exist to meet social end environmental challenges – have announced…