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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
15th October 2008

Day of the minnow

Day of the minnowPatrick Butler, The Guardian15.10.08 Some of the world's largest financial institutions have either expired or been put into intensive care in recent weeks, but one bank in particular…
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10th October 2008

Networks1st Update: 10th October 2008

This year sees an increase in the Dragon's Den Prize - now £5,000. A reminder as well that this year participants can get some ` Den Coaching` with Jay Lamb, winner of the first ever Dragon's Den f…
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Senscot Bulletin
10th October 2008

Senscot Bulletin: 10.10.08

Dear members and friends,  On Sundays we like to go for a hurl in the car – to discover good fish restaurants with sitting rooms – in Biggar, Anstruther, Lanark etc.  This week was one o…
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Bulletin Articles
10th October 2008

Address by Alan Hobbett at the organisation’s formal launch

Address by Alan Hobbett at CES's formal launch at the Scottish ParlimentAlan Hobbett, Chair of Community Energy Scotland07.10.08 The success of our predecessor organisation HICEC, which has worke…
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Bulletin Articles
10th October 2008

The Ecology Centre Wins Big Lottery’s Primetime Programme

The Ecology Centre Wins Big Lottery's Primetime ProgrammeThe Ecology Centre10.10.08 The Ecology Centre in Kinghorn featured in the Big Lottery's Primetime Programme last week (Mon 29th Sept) on BBC2. …
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Bulletin Articles
9th October 2008

‘Confident Communities’

Community Empowerment - updates on progress neededSpeech by The Rt Hon Hazel Blears MP17.09.08 'Confident Communities'Development Trusts Association Annual Conference 2007 Introduction It's a pleasure…
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Bulletin Articles
9th October 2008

Market meltdown can herald the era of social business

Market meltdown can herald the era of social businessRodney Schwartz, The Guardian08.10.08 Peer beyond the wreckage of western financial systems and it may be possible to discern the outlines of the f…
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Bulletin Articles
9th October 2008

Tories discover their missing social links

Tories discover their missing social linksPatrick Butler, The Guardian08.10.08 The Conservatives may have very few concrete policies, but they have at least discovered that there is more to life than …
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Bulletin Articles
7th October 2008

Picking up the pieces of a world in financial meltdown

Picking up the pieces of a world in financial meltdownStephen maxwell, TfN03.10.08 Those waves go far beyond the impact on charitable fundraising already being felt in the cancellation of some prestig…
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3rd October 2008

Networks1st Update: 3rd October 2008

Green C Kayaks launched their newly formed company this week - two years after winning the Dragons Den at the Social Enterprise Ceilidh.. David McBride and Julie Belasco won £4000 after pitching to…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd October 2008

Ray of hope

Ray of hopeSaba Salman, The Guardian01.10.08 What is missing from the Sunlight centre is just as striking as what the award-winning, much-feted community venue and social enterprise actually has to of…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd October 2008

Britain on a plate

Britain on a plateFelicity Lawrence, The Guardian01.10.08 There was a moment in the first episode of the new Jamie Oliver TV series last night when the Essex-lad-made-millionaire had an outburst worth…