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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 September 2007

Soft drinks site buyout goes flat

Soft drinks site buyout goes flat BBC News10.09.07 The firm which owns the Struthers site in Lochwinnoch - where Krystal Klear soft drinks were made for almost 100 years - has opted not to sell. Resi…
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20th September 2007

Adequate support for social innovators non-existent, says study

Adequate support for social innovators non-existent, says study Susan Downer, New Start12.09.07 Social entrepreneurs are having their wings clipped by conservative agencies, perplexed financiers and a…
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20th September 2007

Edinburgh insists colleges will remain as charities

Edinburgh insists colleges will remain as charitiesThird Sector12.09.07 The Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator recently concluded that Glasgow's John Wheatley College of further education - and,…
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20th September 2007

Community enterprise fund running on empty

Community enterprise fund running on emptyJamie Carpenter14.09.07 Stephen Bubb, chair of the Adventure Capital Fund (ACF), told Regeneration & Renewal that it currently has less than £500,000 in …
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20th September 2007

Community trusts see fall in income from 2006

Community trusts see fall in income from 2006Jamie Carpenter, Regeneration and Renewal14.09.07 Figures provided to the DTA's annual member survey by a group of 65 trusts reveal that their average tota…
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20th September 2007

Community asset fund offers £30m

Community asset fund offers £30mRegeneration & Renewal14.09.07The Community Assets programme, funded by the Cabinet Office and managed by good causes distributor the Big Lottery Fund, opened for …
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20th September 2007

Scots skills bodies are to be merged

Scots skills bodies are to be mergedRegeneration & Renewal14.09.07 Careers Scotland and Learn-direct Scotland will be replaced by a new body, expected to be in place by April 2008. Scottish educat…
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20th September 2007

Making local petitions more effective

Making local petitions more effectiveHazel BlearsA speech by Communities Secretary Hazel Blears to the Development Trusts Association annual conference this week, as well as covering community asset t…
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20th September 2007

Making a difference in Scotland’s communities

The report was published on 9 September and  is based on a significant range of inspections on local authority and voluntary sector CLD providers across all of Scotland over the last five years.I…
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Bulletin Articles
18th September 2007

Soft drinks site buyout goes flat

Soft drinks site buyout goes flat  BBC10.09.07 Residents hoped to raise £1m and refurbish the site. The government, which had approved the scheme, expressed its disappointment at the decision. …
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Senscot Bulletin
14th September 2007

Senscot Bulletin: 14-09-2007

Dear members and friends, With age travel becomes less fun – more irritating. This apartment is too high (vertigo); and there's constant clumping from upstairs; next door's buzzer's so loud I keep o…
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14th September 2007

Social Enterprises as Businesses

Social Enterprises as BusinessesAlan McGregor 14.09.07   Are there significant differences between social and 'conventional' enterprises?   For given scale, more complex objectives For g…