SENScot’s work supporting a Community-led Tourism pilot in South Ayrshire and Angus is now beginning to pick up pace. Already, local steering groups have been set up in both Girvan (South Ayrshire) and Brechin (Angus) – made up of representatives from the community as well as the public and private sectors. Prior to the Christmas break, a tender […]
We’d like to kick off the first newsletter of 2021 by wishing everyone a very happy new year. Clearly the challenges of 2020 remain with us – but, like everyone, hope that the coming months will bring some much-needed respite. For our social enterprise community, we will be doing our very best to provide as […]
Last week, we highlighted some of our main activities during 2020. The year has been unlike any we have experienced – both in personal and working capacities – and, like everyone, we hope 2021 will be a whole lot better. The activities we identified last week very much had a focus on supporting, connecting and […]
As we approach the end of a challenging year – on many levels – it seems appropriate to reflect on our activity over the last twelve months. 2020 has been, and always will be, associated with the Covid pandemic and its impact across the globe. The impact on social enterprises in Scotland and the communities […]
The response to the new 2020 Pockets and Prospects Programme – Collaborating in Communities to Improve Mental Health – has been really encouraging. This year’s Programme focuses on addressing the emerging mental health and wellbeing needs (resulting from the Covid-19 crisis) within local communities. Such has been the level of interest, that we have now been receiving approaches from partners […]
Pockets and Prospects 2020 gets underway over the next couple of weeks – and will run through until May 2021. This year’s programme – Collaborating in Communities to Improve Mental Health – is funded by Scottish Govt via the Scottish Community Alliance (SCA). It is being hosted by SENScot and run in partnership with fellow SCA members, Scottish Communities for Heath & Wellbeing and CHEX. […]
Social Entrepreneurs Network Scotland (Senscot) is registered as a Scottish charity under Scottish Charity No. SC029210 and as a limited company under Company Registration No. SC278156. Its registered office is at 41 Miller Street, Glasgow.