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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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23rd September 2016

The SENs: Friday 23rd September 2016

Senscot in partnership with Social Firms Scotland, Local SENs & TSI’s (Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Moray and Highlands) and Highlands and Island Enterprise are organising a Learning Exchange Vi…
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22nd September 2016

AFTER THE BRITISH STATE: THE ROAD TO DEMOCRACY | A special one da…

AFTER THE BRITISH STATE: THE ROAD TO DEMOCRACY | A special one day Radical... Radical Independence Campaign 22.09.16   A special Radical Independence Conference to discuss, debate and plan actio…
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21st September 2016

The letter the Daily Express didn’t want you to see

The letter the Daily Express didn’t want you to see Refugee Council  23.09.16   Last week, the Daily Express ran a series of hostile stories about asylum seekers.   First, they we…
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21st September 2016

Kinghorn’s unique eco cemetery plans with views to die for!

Kinghorn’s unique eco cemetery plans with views to die for! Fife Today, by Tanya Scoon  21.09.16   With its picturesque lochside setting and stunning scenery it’s an idyllic sett…
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21st September 2016

No grammar schools, lots of play: the secrets of Europe’s top e…

No grammar schools, lots of play: the secrets of Europe’s top education system The Guardian, by Patrick Butler  21.09.16   It’s a warm September afternoon in the Kallio district …
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21st September 2016

Donald Trump’s golf course suffers mobile sand dune damage

Donald Trump’s golf course suffers mobile sand dune damage The Scotsman 21.09.16   Donald Trump’s controversial Aberdeenshire golf course has been damaged by mobile sand dunes, accord…
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21st September 2016

Your new iPhone’s features include oppression, inequality – a…

Your new iPhone’s features include oppression, inequality – and vast profit The Guardian, by Aditya Chakrabortty 21.09.16   Soon enough, we will see the first obituaries for openness,…
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21st September 2016

I remember the welfare state being built. A divided Labour cannot…

I remember the welfare state being built. A divided Labour cannot save it The Guardian, by Harry Leslie Smith  21.09.16   As the date for the Labour conference grows closer, like dark clouds…
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21st September 2016

Concern as attempted suicides in Scottish prisons soar by over 50…

Concern as attempted suicides in Scottish prisons soar by over 50% Herald Scotland, by Paul Hutcheon 21.09.16   The number of prisoners who have tried to commit suicide has increased by over half…
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21st September 2016

Grassroots projects to benefit from increased community fund

Grassroots projects to benefit from increased community fund Third Force News, by Gavin Stuart  21.09.16   Community organisations are being invited to bid for awards of up to £5000 un…
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16th September 2016

Senscot Bulletin: 16.09.16

Dear members and friends, My favourite Sunday treat is to drive an hour into the countryside – to lunch somewhere special; in sunshine, this week we venture a bit further – the Monachyle …
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16th September 2016

The SENs: Friday 16th September 2016

For the last 11 years, Senscot has hosted a SE Conference and Ceilidh in November of each year. The primary objective of the Conference and Ceilidh has always been to bring together grassroots social …