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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
14th October 2010

Speech by Christine Carlin, Scottish Government

Speech by Christine Carlin, Scottish Government Senscot AGM 1 October   Christine Carlin, Head of the Scottish Government Third Sector Division, addressed the conference.    Christine c…
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Bulletin Articles
14th October 2010

Scottish Government Contracts: Outcomes

Scottish Government Contracts: Outcomes 07.10.10 Business Support   ·       Third sector organisations across Scotland (including those that are equalities-led) grow in fi…
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Bulletin Articles
14th October 2010

Sector braces itself for change

 Sector braces itself for change 14.10.10   JOINT working, on a level never seen before, is the only option facing the voluntary sector as austerity measures loom, a conference has heard. &n…
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Bulletin Articles
14th October 2010

Social Investment Fund: Latest Awards

Social Investment Fund Latest Awards 14.10.10   Changeworks Recycling Limited:  to fund an expansion of business recycling services into Glasgow and the West   Buchan Dial a Community B…
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Bulletin Articles
14th October 2010

Scottish Gas secures a positive future for ‘green’ community

Scottish Gas secures a positive future for ‘green’ community pool  Scottish Gas 24.09.10   A community swimming pool which runs entirely on green biomass fuels has been thrown a …
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Senscot Bulletin
8th October 2010

Senscot Bulletin No 546, Friday 8th October 2010

Dear members and friends,  Because I believe Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation (NC) is a malign force - I won't subscribe to Sky TV - so I followed the Ryder Cup on BBC Radio.  Some sporting…
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Bulletin Articles
8th October 2010

Expert eye: dangerous definition

Expert eye: dangerous definition Social Enterprise Magazine 08.10.10 When, if ever, can an ethical business legitimately describe itself as a social enterprise? The term ‘social enterprise&rsquo…
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8th October 2010

Networks1st Update: Friday 8th October 2010

With the Third Sector Action Plan 2008-11 coming to an end in March, there’s been a lot of talk about what the next Action Plan will hold. What we do know is that Scottish Govt will be advertisi…
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Bulletin Articles
7th October 2010

Communities demand stake in renewables

Communities demand stake in renewables Susan Smith, TFN 01.10.10 A MAJOR fund of at least £200m is  needed over the next five years to ensure  that Scottish communities benefit from&nb…
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Bulletin Articles
7th October 2010

Laurence Demarco’s closing remarks to the Senscot AGM 1st Oct 2…

Laurence Demarco’s closing remarks to the Senscot AGM 1st Oct 2010 During my 30 year term as a community worker in Scotland – there have been two dominant political systems.  During t…
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Bulletin Articles
7th October 2010

Government should not support umbrella groups, says Maude

Government should not support umbrella groups, says Maude Gemma Hampson, Social Enterprise Magazine 05.10.10 Big Society could be set back by the scrapping or scaling back of social enterprise support…
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Bulletin Articles
7th October 2010

Dennis Potter interviewed by Melvyn Bragg

Dennis Potter interviewed by Melvyn Bragg The Guardian 11.09.07 Watch the last interview of Dennis Potter by Melvyn Bragg on March 15 1994. It was broadcast by Channel 4 on April 5 1994. Potter died o…