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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
10th May 2007

Tory approach to public service delivery

Tory approach to public service delivery 10.05.07 Greg Clark, the Conservatives' Shadow Minister for Charities, Voluntary Bodies and Social Enterprise, addressed the second NCVO Chair and Chief Execut…
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Bulletin Articles
10th May 2007

POW camp sale backers stage party

POW camp sale backers stage party    10.05.07     Villagers who want to buy a former World War II camp under right-to-buy legislation have organised a street party to gain vital …
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Bulletin Articles
10th May 2007

Anglers’ river bid could flounder

Anglers’ river bid could flounder    BBC 10.05.07     Hopes that anglers on the River Ugie in Aberdeenshire could become the first community in the country to buy-out their loca…
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Bulletin Articles
10th May 2007

Social enterprises to get Fairtrade-style kite-mark

Social enterprises to get Fairtrade-style kite-mark   Helen Warrell Third Sector 09.05.07     A pilot project to develop a Fairtrade-type kite-mark and trade association for social ent…
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Bulletin Articles
9th May 2007

Dream catcher

Dream catcher     Alison Benjamin meets the boss of Big Invest, whose groundbreaking buyout fund will transform private firms into socially focused businesses   18.4.07 The Guardian &…
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Bulletin Articles
8th May 2007

Third sector children’s services in cash crisis

Third sector children’s services in cash crisis     Jamie Carpenter Regeneration & Renewal 04.05.07     More than two-thirds of voluntary bodies that deliver services for vu…
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Bulletin Articles
5th May 2007

EC directive will not hit credit unions

EC directive will not hit credit unions   Regeneration & Renewal 04.05.07     Credit unions in the UK have escaped costly new regulations on their services after a decision in the …
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Senscot Bulletin
4th May 2007

Senscot Bulletin: 04-05-2007

Dear members and friends, Some Councils is Scotland want to make begging a criminal offence. I deplore these moves - beware the New Puritans. I’ve always enjoyed thinking of tramps as philosophers w…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd May 2007

Cameron is taking on Brown

Cameron is taking on Brown   Clemency Burton-Hill The Spectator 05.05.07     Nothing much is certain in British politics these days, but assuming that the next general election will pit…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd May 2007

Top band to open Assynt music project

Top band to open Assynt music project   Northern Times 04.05.07     It's A big night for Lochinver on Friday when legendary Jamaican band The Skatalites arrive to play their first gig e…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd May 2007

Housing sector calls to double new builds

Housing sector calls to double new builds    Robert Boddy Planning 03.05.07     Scotland's newly elected parliament is being urged to help double the number of new homes built ov…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd May 2007

What is your Enterprising Solution?

What is your Enterprising Solution?   03.05.07     The Social Enterprise Coalition is once again looking for the UK's most dynamic and innovative social enterprises, with the launch of…