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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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Senscot Bulletin
5th November 2010

Senscot Bulletin: 05.11.10

Dear members and friends,  At my age, one can't help observing how people's lifestyle choices have played out over time; the big eaters got fat - the gamblers got skint - those who hammered the f…
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5th November 2010

Networks1st Update: Friday 5th November 2010

The countdown for the 6th Social Enterprise Ceilidh has begun! Applications to the Dragons’ Den are in and being whittled down to the lucky 5. The Ceilidh is, of course, FREE to SEN members. Thi…
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Bulletin Articles
4th November 2010

Life Changes

Life Changes Big Lottery Find Scotland 04.11.10   Transforming the life chances of young people leaving care and improving the lives of older people with dementia and their careers   Summary…
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Bulletin Articles
4th November 2010

Comment: Rail role for social enterprise would fit Big Society go…

Comment: Rail role for social enterprise would fit Big Society goals Paul Salveson, Regen.net 29.10.10   Railways haven't been viewed as fertile territory for community enterprise, but things mig…
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Bulletin Articles
4th November 2010

Speech by Laurence Demarco at the AGM, Douglas, St Brides 27th Oc…

Speech by Laurence Demarco at the AGM, Douglas, St Brides 27.10.10   I’m partly retired now – so when finance allows I try to get away to warmer places – to the village of south…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd November 2010

Fund to target dementia groups and care leavers

 Fund to target dementia groups and care leavers Stephen Naysmith, The Herald 01.11.10   Young people leaving care, people with dementia, and those who look after them are to be eligible for…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd November 2010

Create Consortium says victory is imminent on the community allow…

Create Consortium says victory is imminent on the community allowance David Ainsworth, Third Sector Online 29.10.10   Campaign is 'confident' the Department for Work and Pensions will protect ben…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd November 2010

Return to Babylon

Return to Babylon Neal Ascherson, The Herald 31.10.10   Sometimes a train rolls backwards.   Could be the wrong snow up ahead, or brake failure on a gradient. But you wake out of your doze a…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd November 2010

Community Empowerment: Critical Perspectives from Scotland

Community Empowerment: Critical Perspectives from Scotland Edited by Akwugo Emejulu and Mae Shaw 02.11.10   Trust in the community? Development Trusts in Scotland Ian Cooke   Introduction: T…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd November 2010

Brewing Up Trouble

Brewing Up Trouble David Barsamian, The Sun 03.11.10   Last year, shortly after Barack Obama was inaugurated as president, news reports began to appear about a group calling itself the “Tea…