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12th July 2018

New model of support for those with anxiety or loneliness

Third Force News, by Gareth Jones  03.07.18 A project that could help change the face of medical care has been given a funding boost. The Social Prescribing Project will bring together partn…
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Bulletin Articles
12th July 2018

What is “Scottish Communities for Health and Wellbeing”?

About SCHW Scottish Communities for Health and Wellbeing is an organisation which grew out of the Scottish Healthy Living Centre Alliance and is dedicated to promoting and delivering health improve…
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Bulletin Articles
12th July 2018

Brother Ekk: Thai coach who put players first right to the end

The Guardian, by Jacob Goldberg 10.07.18 Those who know Ekaphol Chantawong, unsurprised former monk last to be rescued For two days after rescue workers began the delicate process of guiding …
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11th July 2018

Brag Enterprises opens new community enterprise centre in Levenmo…

PRESS RELEASE Brag Enterprises opened its new enterprise centre this month, and took great pride in showing it off to visitors at its grand opening. With 29 years’ experience in social improve…
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Senscot Bulletin
6th July 2018

Senscot Bulletin 06.07.18

Dear members and friends, Parking outside my cottage recently, I whack the fence, breaking a section; while I’m pleased with my repair job (three hours) – the clumsiness of this collision is co…
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Bulletin Articles
4th July 2018

Is social enterprise the answer to social care?

The Big Issue, by Liam Geraghty 03.07.18 We’re living longer and it’s left the system with an ageing population and more people living with disabilities for longer. But rising demand has b…
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Bulletin Articles
4th July 2018

Scotland records highest level of drugs deaths in Europe

The Guardian, by Severin Carrell 03.07.18 Scottish ministers have been urged to heavily increase funding for drugs addicts after Scotland recorded the highest level of drugs deaths in Europe la…
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Bulletin Articles
4th July 2018

Letters: SNP have strayed too far from grassroots beginnings

I read Michael Fry’s article, (Loki’s libertarian instinct is correct – there will be no Scottish revolution, July 3), with interest. I’d never heard of Loki until very recently so I suppose t…
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Bulletin Articles
4th July 2018

Third sector hits back at Labour’s nationalisation plans for ca

Third Force News, by Gareth Jones  02.07.18 Third sector bosses have hit back at claims by a politician that nationalising care for the elderly is the answer to Scotland's care crisis. Speak…
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Bulletin Articles
4th July 2018

SE Action Plan Reference Sub-Group

Thursday 22nd March 2018 The following ‘proposed actions’ were identified as being brought to Scottish Govt’s attention – with a view to implementation during 2018/19. A meeting to be …
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Bulletin Articles
4th July 2018

Theresa May has run out of road. This week she must face down Tor…

The Guardian, by Simon Jenkins There is no more road. This week the can hits the wall. Theresa May must present her Brussels negotiators with an agreed cabinet template for Brexit, or they, and she…
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Bulletin Articles
4th July 2018

The Mackintosh inferno and the questions it begs

CommonSpace, by Malcolm Fraser 30.06.18 Award-winning architect Malcolm Fraser gives his take on the debate over the Mackintosh building fire and poses questions to the builders and others that …