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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
11th August 2006

£475,000 boost for Dundee community projects

£475,000 boost for Dundee community projects   09.08.06     Two projects in Dundee which will help different community groups in the city find new and improved premises have been given…
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Bulletin Articles
11th August 2006

Unpaid jobs set to work wonders for depression

Unpaid jobs set to work wonders for depression Jane BradleyScotsman10.08.06 DOCTORS are set to prescribe work for patients under new plans to treat people who are isolated or suffering from depression…
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11th August 2006

Charities at risk as donations from public lag behind state fundi…

Charities at risk as donations from public lag behind state funding • Report warns of sapped vitality of voluntary sector • Groups berated for cost of top salaries and publicity Alison Benjamin1…
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11th August 2006

Social enterprise is only hope for poor

Social enterprise is only hope for poor  Laurence Demarco Regeneration & Renewal11.08.06 Over the last 50 years, the UK has undergone profound change. Successive governments have sought, as …
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Bulletin Articles
9th August 2006

You’ll recoop your investment with organic farm

You’ll recoop your investment with organic farm   Andrew Picken The Scotsman 07.08.06     OWNING a slice of the countryside is usually beyond the means of most city dwellers.   …
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9th August 2006

Upgrading Business Gateway

Upgrading Business Gateway   Scottish Enterprise August 2006     Work has started on a project which will see a major development in the information available through the Business Gatew…
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9th August 2006

Scottish Enterprise Business Development Reviews 2006

Scottish Enterprise Business Development Reviews 2006 Scottish EnterpriseAugust 2006 As you are aware during the year 2005/6 there has been a considerable amount of information published on SEN activi…
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Bulletin Articles
8th August 2006

Eaga frozen out of Warm Deal

Eaga frozen out of Warm Deal   Simon Bain The Herald 07.08.06     The Scottish Executive has dropped the UK's most successful social enterprise, Eaga Group, from its fuel poverty prog…
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Bulletin Articles
8th August 2006

CBI: communities must have more say over their public services

CBI: communities must have more say over their public services 04.08.06. Public service reform in local government will only succeed if local communities are more engaged in deciding how services…
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8th August 2006

Community warden scheme extended

Community warden scheme extended  07.08.06 Two new community wardens are to help tackle anti-social behaviour in parts of Angus where police have identified a particular need. There are already…
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Bulletin Articles
7th August 2006

Deprived areas to get no-fee cash dispensers

Deprived areas to get no-fee cash dispensers    Jamie Carpenter Regeneration & Renewal - 04 August 2006     Two high street banks are to install free-to-use cash dispensers i…
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7th August 2006

Glasgow to get CDFI to offer loans to individuals

Glasgow to get CDFI to offer loans to individuals    Regeneration & Renewal 04.08.06     The first community development finance institution (CDFI) in Glasgow to offer loans t…