Upcoming events within the Scottish social enterprise Community.

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  •  Arts, Culture & Tourism
  •  Community Food
  •  Community Learning Exchange
  •  Conference
  •  Free Workshop/Training
  •  Health & Wellbeing
  •  Other
  •  Paid-for Workshop/Training
  •  SEN Meeting
  •  Sports & Physical Activity
  •  Year of Young People

Queen's Park

Bringing into conversation the different food practices from the Carribean, our menu looks to explore the colonial, neo-colonial, diasporic, and touristic consumption of Caribbean food culture of the last 500 years. The Creolized Carribean Kitchen looks to dissect our sterotypical and ‘exotic’ ideas and images of ‘authentic’ Caribbean cuisine, a geographic region with a continuoius […]

The Larder Cook School

This fun and interactive evening is sure to be a great laugh for everyone. Enjoy the chance to create both Mocktails and Tapas at our fabulous cook school. A fun and sociable event ideal for small groups as well as individuals. For more information or to book a space please visit our website:

BRAG Enterprises

Re-scheduled Fife Soup, come along for a bowl of soup, some entertainment and the chance to vote for your favourite social enterprise/ community project to go home with the takings. Soup is a simple idea, food, entertainment and votes, it’s a bit like dragon’s den but nicer and friendlier and there are no dragons. It’s […]

Grassmarket Community Project

Festival of Nordic & Scottish music, song and dance: 20-22 April 2018 “…something out of the ordinary” The Herald For three days in April this truly unique festival combines one off concerts with workshops bringing the finest in Nordic and Scottish music, song and dance to enthusiastic audiences in Edinburgh. Guests appearing from Scandinavia and […]

DOT TO DOT Maryhill Station

Maryhill Pedal Power is a cycling initiative to promote the remake culture in Maryhill along the Forth and Clyde Canal. It aims to engage children, youth and families with utility cycling as a means of everyday healthy transport, waste collection and outdoor sport. It links everyday stories built around the world of cycling, energy and […]

The Glad Cafe

Crossmyloof Bread Festival : April 21st from 11 – 4pm. The Glad Café are celebrating the life of their local hero Neale Thomson (1807 – 57) who developed the once famous Crossmyloof Bakery on the site of the Glad Cafe. There will be stalls selling a version of the Crossmyloaf, as well as from independent […]

Canongate Youth Project

Edinburgh Community Food are running its next free certificated Food and Health course at Canongate Youth Project, Infirmary Street, City Centre on Monday 23rd April, 2018. This is open to all.   10am – 5pm, Canongate Youth Project, 2nd floor, South Bridge Resource Centre, Infirmary Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1LT.   To book a spot simply […]

Various venues in Manchester

A conference exploring and celebrating the links between community growing, care farming, health and wellbeing. Who is this conference aimed at? Community growing and care farming practitioners, health commissioners, policy makers and academics. The conference will reflect on the increasingly strong body of evidence about the positive influence of farming and gardening in care and […]

Glasgow Caledonian University

New for 2018, the Movement Makers: Learn, Connect, Do event will enable people in Scotland to explore models, motivations and aspirations for social innovation. Hosted by Glasgow Caledonian University, the event will feature Social Bite’s co-founder, Josh Littlejohn, as keynote speaker, Q&A, workshops and opportunities to connect. Learn how innovators start/lead a movement and stimulate social innovation […]

St Lukes

Doing good while doing well; social entrepreneurs are playing a vital role in building a more impactful and inclusive economy. Their businesses are zebras, not unicorns: they are real, responding to real issues that they see in their communities; they are black and white, focused on profit and positive social impact; and they are mutualistic, […]

The Circle

Join us at The Circle for an exciting learning lunch and facilitated networking opportunity to hear from two guest speakers who are leading the way in their respective fields and takeaway learning that will challenge you to think in new ways about your everyday business needs. “Cultivating a creative climate with management and sales approaches!” […]

Kilmartin Museum

Discover what makes the ancient landscape of Kilmartin Glen so unique by joining our knowledgeable volunteer guides on a guided glen walk. Walks are free, just sign up at the Museum shop on the day. Kilmartin Glen walk (Grade: Easy); small downhill incline at start and finish then flat all the way. Meet at Kilmartin […]

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