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SENScot invites all Sport SEN members to a session on 12 August 10-12, led by Graham Finnie, Lead Manager: Facilities at @sportscotland. This is an opportunity to hear about a review of the current guidelines. Book your place ➡️➡️eventbrite.co.uk/e/g… pic.twitter.com/IFGN…

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BikeTown – Bike Around Town campaign

27th August 2020
Health SEN News

    It’s clear to us at Healthy n Happy Community Development Trust that walking and cycling has been a great release for many individuals in our communities in Cambuslang and Rutherglen over the past few months.  Data released by Transport Scotland revealed that in the week 20-26 April 2020, cycle journeys across Scotland were […]

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Respite Now – ‘Working for You’ 

26th August 2020
Health SEN News

We know this is a difficult time for us all to adjust to alternative ways of life during the lockdown period. It has been hard for many of us as we change the way we work, live and plan.   At Respite Now we are working hard to build a product base that will help […]

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Impact Arts New Well-being Programme – ‘Make Space’

26th August 2020
Health SEN News

  Over 100 young people from across Scotland have just completed a 13 week well-being course with Impact Arts. At a time of great uncertainty and isolation, Impact Arts created a new well-being programme called Make Space, for young people aged 14-26. Make Space was designed to engage young people in creative and wellbeing workshops […]

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Latest blog from Roar’s Nicola Hanssen: Some of the simplest things are the most Important

26th August 2020
Health SEN News

If you were one of the many people who longed for the hairdressers to re-open after lockdown because your hair was growing out of shape and making you feel less confident then spare a thought for all the people who were unable to get their toenails trimmed. We are coming up for 6 months since […]

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Inspiring Scotland – Link Up Flourishing Communities Report

26th August 2020
Health SEN News

  One year ago, we published our Link Up Flourishing Communities Report bringing together seven years of learning from this ground-breaking programme.  Since then, we have continued to seek to understand how we build towards a materially brighter future for our most vulnerable people and communities. The experience of the past four months has brought […]

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Aberdeen charity challenges people to live on £2 a day

26th August 2020
Health SEN News

-CFINE hosts Appetite for Change fundraising challenge to tackle food poverty-   Community Food Initiatives North East (CFINE), an award-winning Aberdeen food charity and social enterprise are bringing back their annual fundraising challenge, Appetite for Change, in October 2020. CFINE is recruiting participants who will brave to live on £2 a day for five days, […]

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Talking Mats – Supporting you to have better conversations

26th August 2020
Health SEN News

To support you to have better conversations Talking Mats are continuing to run their online Foundation training with courses starting on 8th & 22nd September, 6th October and 3rd November. For those who may have already completed the Foundation training Talking Mats are running their first Advanced online course.  The Keeping Safe Advanced online course […]

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Cultural & Tourism Newsletter – August

26th August 2020

Welcome to the August newsletter. I hope you’ve all managed to find some time to relax and be with the people you like best this summer.                 Keep staying safe. Please remember to send me updates for the next Newsletter and Senscot bulletins and remember you can post events and jobs on […]

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A new vision for the island of Ulva: Sandra Dick The Herald, 24 Aug 2020

26th August 2020
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Island’s masterplan could see its population soar from six to 100. New homes, businesses and a tourism boom are part of a new vision for the island of Ulva. The tiny west coast island of Ulva is just three miles wide and seven miles long, and despite its unspoiled beauty and rural charms, its once […]

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New Artists Collective Launches in West Dunbartonshire

20th August 2020
Cultural SEN News

Makers West is a new artist led collective created to better support our creative community here in West Dunbartonshire. Over the next eight months it will run networking events, training sessions and highlight the work of local artists and makers.   The project is led by a steering group composed of local social enterprises Lodestone […]

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Virtual Stirling Highland Games

20th August 2020
Cultural SEN News

Ceangail, a social enterprise in Stirling which has delivered Stirling Highland Games since 2014, successfully delivered its virtual programme on Saturday called The Best of Stirling with Stirling Highland Games.   As the actual highland games event had to be cancelled due to covid-19, Ceangail had to pivot its delivery model this year by expanding […]

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CUPIDO ‘Bringing Museums to the Home’ on-line Digital Heritage Skills Programme

20th August 2020
Cultural SEN News

Part of the *CUPIDO North Sea Region Interreg project is delivering a programme of digital heritage skills workshops. The impact of covid-19 led to a bit of a re-design to the digital heritage skills activities, with the workshop delivery model moving from face-to-face to on-line. The most recent CUPIDO ‘Bringing Museums to the Home’ on-line […]

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