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For anyone interested in #SocEnt, take a look at Cllr @RhiannonV putting forward a motion on Glasgow's social enterprise strategy and action plan. (Skip to 1h 40m). glasgow.public-i.tv/… Hugely positive and passionate comments from across the floor - worth watching!

About 3 days ago from Senscot's Twitter

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Bulletin Articles
16th April 2019

Communities across Scotland invest to keep vital services going

The Herald, by Sanrda Dick 28.03.19 They include shops facing closure, fledgling distilleries, hydro power plants and struggling sports clubs which without investment seemed doomed. Across Scotla…
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16th April 2019

Nationwide series of workshops for community heritage organisatio…

Scottish Community Heritage Alliance (SCHA) has organised a series of events across Scotland geared towards forming a network of community organisations who are engaged with the heritage sector. Th…
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16th April 2019

SEN member launches support service to help people navigate benef…

Community Food Initiatives North East (CFINE) has launched its new support service, Support, Advice, Finance and Education (S.A.F.E.). The aim of the service is to provide a holistic, person-centre…
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16th April 2019

New home, new community kitchen for Fife-based SEN member

Join Greener Kirkcaldy to celebrate the launch of their new community building and The Lang Spoon Community Kitchen at their open day on Wednesday 1st May, 2pm - 6pm at their new building at 8 East Fe…
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15th April 2019

First aid and food hygiene training courses available

The Twechar Healthy Living and Enterprise Centre is running a certified training courses this April. See training price list for a full list of courses and prices, including group pricing. Paedi…
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Senscot Bulletin
12th April 2019

Senscot Bulletin: 12.04.19

If I tell some stranger that I live alone by choice, they either don’t believe me, or they disapprove – implying that solitude is anti-social; well, of course, it is – that’s the point. If I…
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Bulletin Articles
11th April 2019

Brexit is delayed, so what needs to happen now?

The Guardian Brexit Panel 11.04.19 The EU has given Britain until 31 October to find a way out of the current crisis, after Theresa May met leaders in Brussels. Simon Jenkins: The only thing that…
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Uncategorised
10th April 2019

Cultural & Creative Newsletter: April 2019

Welcome to the April newsletter (and spring sunshine) There are a couple of surveys in this months newsletter- both of these are important and I ask that you take some time out of your busy working…
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Bulletin Articles
10th April 2019

I was a strong Brexiteer. Now we must swallow our pride and think…

Open Democracy, by Peter Oborne 07.04.19 t’s nearly three years since I, along with 17. 4 million other Britons, voted for Brexit. Today I have to admit that the Brexit project has gone sour…
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Bulletin Articles
10th April 2019

Joseph Rowntree’s Opportunities for Social Investment: Getting …

LinkedIn, by Niamh Goggin 08.04.19 Small Change and The Good Economy are working with the Joseph Rowntree Foundation to help align its social investment activities more directly with its anti-pove…
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Bulletin Articles
10th April 2019

Feedback sought on private school tax plans

Third Force News, by Gareth Jones 09.04.19 A consultation has been launched on plans which could see private schools lose their charitable status. It was announced at the end of 2017 that indep…
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Bulletin Articles
10th April 2019

Augusta still a master of self worship

The Herald, by Nick Rodger 09.04.19 Can you smell the excitement of the Masters in the air? No? Well, you should be able to because it’s being wafted in by great big industrial-sized excitement ge…