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Huge well done to Folk at the Salmon Bothy, who donated a four figure sum to the Folk in Crisis Support Fund to assist musicians across the north east affected by loss of income due to current restrictions. Find out more about the band and the fund here: bothyfolk.org

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Bulletin Articles
23rd October 2006

New fund to help Scottish businesses fulfil growth potential

New fund to help Scottish businesses fulfil growth potential   23.10.06     A new investment fund to help businesses expand and fulfil their growth potential is now open for applicatio…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd October 2006

Scots take pride in 2006 Bura awards

Scots take pride in 2006 Bura awards    Regeneration & Renewal 23.10.06   Best Practice - With five of the eight top Bura awards going north of the border, Vicki Willis examines th…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd October 2006

Public should have their say on ‘oor water’

Public should have their say on 'oor water'   Johnston Birchall Scotsman 20.10.06     RECENTLY, Ian Byatt - the chairman of the Water Industry Commission, which regulates Scotland's wat…
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Senscot Bulletin
20th October 2006

Senscot Bulletin: 20-10-2006

Dear members and friends, Two weeks is a good break – long enough to chill – to build a buffer zone from discouragement – to play again with old daydreams of 'escape to the sun'. The health and …
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Bulletin Articles
20th October 2006

Trustee payment case ‘sets major precedent’

Trustee payment case 'sets major precedent'   Third Sector magazine 20.10.06     The Charity Commission has paved the way for wider payment of trustees by allowing one of Britain's weal…
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Bulletin Articles
20th October 2006

Community groups bid for spending pot of unclaimed assets

Community groups bid for spending pot of unclaimed assets   Susan Downer New Start magazine 20.10.06     The £500m pot of unclaimed assets should be poured into a community endowment t…
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Bulletin Articles
20th October 2006

Scots dismiss claims that uneven funding increases hardships

Scots dismiss claims that uneven funding increases hardships   Susan Downer New Start magazine 20.10.06     The Scottish Executive has dismissed claims that short-sighted funding polic…
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Bulletin Articles
20th October 2006

Third council in a row rejects housing transfer

Third council in a row rejects housing transfer   Tom Gordon Scottish Political Correspondent. The Herald. 19.10.06     THE Scottish Executive's flagship policy on housing was listin…
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Bulletin Articles
18th October 2006

Buyout helps Gigha thrive as population tops 150

Buyout helps Gigha thrive as population tops 150   18.10.06     The community on the Hebridean Island of Gigha has achieved a remarkable turnaround of its fortunes in just four and a ha…
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Bulletin Articles
18th October 2006

‘A twenty first century constitutional settlement ‘

'A twenty first century constitutional settlement '   Donald Dewar memorial lecture [excerpt]   Gordon Brown, Chancellor of the Exchquer Glasgow 13.10.06     Today, everyone would …
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Uncategorised
18th October 2006

Senscot Exchange – Job Shadowing

Job Shadowing background October 2006 At the Senscot AGM this year a few of us got talking about how people developing social enterprises are often quite isolated and although we all seem to face the…
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Bulletin Articles
18th October 2006

Approved by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM)

The Social Enterprise Academy   The Social Enterprise Academy is now approved by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) as a centre delivering a suite of six accredited programmes. …