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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 July 2006

Social Enterprise Research Published

Social Enterprise Research Published   20.07.06     Co-active have commissioned and published research on several key issues that might affect social enterprises in their development an…
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Bulletin Articles
20th July 2006

Revealed: how Gordon and the banks hoard Britain’s ‘d…

Revealed: how Gordon and the banks hoard Britain's 'dormant' billions Nick MathiasonThe Observer 16.07.06 There is more than  £2.4bn lying unclaimed in Britain's banks and savings institutions,…
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Bulletin Articles
18th July 2006

Green energy firm on verge of collapse due to lack of orders

Green energy firm on verge of collapse due to lack of orders   John Ross Scotsman 18.07.06     A company at the forefront of Scotland's booming renewable energy industry is facing closu…
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Bulletin Articles
17th July 2006

Slow Food arrives in UK

Slow Food arrives in UK   14.07.06     Slow Food UK, the UK arm of the international Slow Food movement, has announced that its new national headquarters will be based in Ludlow, Shr…
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Bulletin Articles
17th July 2006

Youngsters coin it in for dream trip

Youngsters coin it in for dream trip   17.07.06     Unemployed youngsters in Glasgow are hoping to improve their job prospects on a once in a lifetime trip.   A group of school-l…
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Bulletin Articles
14th July 2006

Billionaires’ giving simply irritates me

Billionaires’ giving simply irritates me    Laurence Demarco Regeneration & Renewal 14.07.06     My reaction to Bill Gates and Warren Buffet joining up to distribute their …
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Bulletin Articles
14th July 2006

Support for future ‘active citizens’

Support for future 'active citizens'   13.07.06     A Government plan to give more power to local people will not succeed unless people are given the support, skills and confidence need…
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Senscot Bulletin
14th July 2006

Senscot Bulletin: 14-07-2006

Dear members and friends, A billion is a very large number - for instance: a million seconds is about twelve days - a billion seconds is about thirty two years! It took from the beginning of time unti…
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Uncategorised
14th July 2006

GEM Social Entrepreneurship Monitor 2007 (Executive Summary)

GEM Social Entrepreneurship Monitor 2007 June 2006 The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) has published a second report on social entrepreneurship in the UK, written by Rebecca Harding for the Lond…
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Bulletin Articles
13th July 2006

Scottish cull spells an end for 2,000 charities

Scottish cull spells an end for 2,000 charities Third Sector13.07.06 More than 2,000 'dead charities' have been removed from the  Scottish charities list in an exercise that could see the Of…
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Bulletin Articles
13th July 2006

The third way

The third way The third sector must prove it can spend our unclaimed millions, says Matthew Pike Wednesday July 12, 2006The Guardian The needs are all too familiar: young people growing up without …
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Bulletin Articles
12th July 2006

Are we backing a Trojan horse?

Are we backing a Trojan horse? David Walker Wednesday July 12, 2006The Guardian Some public managers aren't averse to the 'mine's bigger than yours' playground taunt. It was heard last week at the L…