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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
4th December 2014

The Ecology Centre

The Ecology Centre The Ecology Centre December 2014   The Ecology Centre is a community based charity which was established as a non-profit making organisation in August 1998. They are delighted …
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Bulletin Articles
4th December 2014

Experience: Now Open

Experience: Now Open The Experience December 2014   The Experience has been developed by Kibble, one of Scotland’s oldest charities. Operating as a social enterprise, The Experience pr…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd December 2014

The Liverpool locals who took control of their long-neglected str…

The Liverpool locals who took control of their long-neglected streets The Guardian, By Oliver Wainwright 27.11.14   Granby Four Streets in Toxteth is a rare success after New Labour initiatives d…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd December 2014

Values, ethics and a new business ecosystem

Values, ethics and a new business ecosystem HCT Group, By Dai Powell 28.11.14   HCT Group received a new round of social investment last week, with The Phone Co-op investing £500,000 of loa…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd December 2014

Role of charities undermined by cuts to state funding, says Andy …

Role of charities undermined by cuts to state funding, says Andy Benson of NCIA Third Sector, By Susannah Birkwood 28.11.14   The adoption of business-like models is not a viable way to address t…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd December 2014

Commission chief voices surprise at lack of ‘mature debate&…

Commission chief voices surprise at lack of 'mature debate' about sector's future Civil Society Governance, By David Ainsworth 01.12.14      There is a lack of “mature debat…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd December 2014

David Cook Moves on From Wasps

David Cook Moves on From Wasps Wasps Studios 02.12.14   After 23 years leading Wasps, our Chief Executive David Cook has decided to move on to pastures new, and will be finishing up before Christ…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd December 2014

For a Yes Alliance in May

For a Yes Alliance in May Bella Calendonia, By Gordon Morgan 30.11.14   Peter Arnott’s very insightful post last Sunday highlighted the tension between the broader YES movement’s expe…
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Bulletin Articles
2nd December 2014

Finding the Rhythm

Finding the Rhythm Stephen Jenkenson December 2014   "As a rule nobody asks you to do your life’s work. More often, at least in the early going, you have to do your life’s work a…
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Senscot Bulletin
28th November 2014

Senscot Bulletin: 28.11.14

Dear members and friends,             An hour into the mountains behind the Costa del Sol – the fortress town of Ronda – its history …
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Bulletin Articles
28th November 2014

Scotland faces confusion on the slippery slope to formal separati…

Scotland faces confusion on the slippery slope to formal separation David Torrance, The Guardian 27.11.14 It all started with a “vow”. Although nationalist caricature has it that this, si…
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28th November 2014

The SENs: Friday 28th November 2014

Over the last couple of months a consultation process has been on going with regard to producing a SE Strategy for Scotland. This process began at the CEiS event in September and culminated at the rec…