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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
22nd February 2008

Volunteer Army Gathers To Champion Village Halls

Volunteer Army Gathers To Champion Village HallsSCVO 19.02.08 Around 250 members of the volunteer army who manage rural Scotland's Village Halls and other community facilities will gather in Aviemore …
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Bulletin Articles
21st February 2008

Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen enterprise serves up honest fare

Jamie Oliver's Fifteen enterprise serves up honest fareThe Guardian21.02.08 Jamie Oliver's Fifteen, the fashionable restaurant with a nice youth training and skills unit attached, has become a byword …
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Bulletin Articles
21st February 2008

Funding lifeline for healthy living centres

Funding lifeline for healthy living centresThe Scottish Government19.02.08 Healthy Living Centres (HLCs) threatened with closure were today thrown a funding lifeline. Cabinet Secretary for Health and …
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Bulletin Articles
21st February 2008

All fall down

All fall downDavid Brindle The Guardian20.02.08 What are the government's real expectations of what it calls the third sector, when it comes to delivery of public services? A shock decision to sack th…
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Bulletin Articles
21st February 2008

All together now for community cohesion

All together now for community cohesionDavid BrindleThe Guardian21.02.08 The rebranding of the former UK Voluntary Sector Almanac as the UK Civil Society Almanac in its eighth edition, published today…
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Senscot Bulletin
15th February 2008

Senscot Bulletin: 15-02-08

Dear members and friends, News from Italy that my cousin has died – the last of our family to live in the hamlet, simply called ‘Demarco’ where my dad was born. I first visited this `valley of m…
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Bulletin Articles
15th February 2008

Making Community Empowerment a Reality

Making Community Empowerment a RealityCommunities Scotland15.02.08 Roles We suggested that the Scottish Government, Local Authorities and Community Planning, and Community Anchor Organisations each ha…
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Bulletin Articles
15th February 2008

Business ethics expert joins Highland consultancy

Business ethics expert joins Highland consultancyFootprint Consulting Limited07.02.08 Highland based ecological consultants Footprint have just appointed an expert in ethical approaches to enterprise …
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Bulletin Articles
14th February 2008

Aspire to Enterprise

Aspire to Enterprise LaunchAspire to Enterprise is a pilot programme providing a range of business support services to ambitious,developing social enterprises in Lowland Scotland. The programme is tar…
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Bulletin Articles
14th February 2008

Outcomes library mooted for third sector

Outcomes library mooted for third sectorCharity Finance12.02.08 The sector should share the methods it uses to measure its impact in an outcomes library to help charities prove their value to funders,…
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Bulletin Articles
14th February 2008

NCVO wants to recast ‘third sector’ as ‘civil society’

NCVO wants to recast ‘third sector’ as ‘civil society’Charity Finance14.02.08 NCVO chief executive Stuart Etherington has ambitions to augment the power of the voluntary sector voice by harnes…
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Senscot Bulletin
8th February 2008

Senscot Bulletin: 08-02-08

Dear members and friends, The city of Spoleto is overlooked from the east by the slopes of Monteluco, covered in a thick wood of centuries old holm oaks. 'Luco' comes from the old Latin for sacred woo…