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Local residents wanted to represent communities on decision making Panel

Local residents wanted to represent communities on decision making Panel

Thu 31 Aug 2017

Two vacancies have arisen for local people to serve on this local Panel, making decisions about awards from the EDF Burnfoot Hill Community Fund; one representative is sought from Tillicoulty and the other from Alva....

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Comic Relief: The Core Strength – Local Communities initiative launches

Comic Relief: The Core Strength – Local Communities initiative launches

Wed 30 Aug 2017

The Core Strength - Local Communities initiative provides funding for essential core running costs for small locally led community organisations. Grants between £1,000 to £10,000 for up to 12 months are available to local community organisations with an annual income of up to £100,000. The initiative will sit under the Comic Relief programme of Building Stronger Communities – supporting groups who work to make their communities more connected, empowered and productive....

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Voting open for Spirit of Caithness Awards!

Voting open for Spirit of Caithness Awards!

Fri 11 Aug 2017

Voting for the Spirit of Caithness Awards has now opened. This is your opportunity to vote for your favourite project, previously funded by the Spirit of Caithness, which you wish to see developed further....

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New Education and Training Fund for Thornton

New Education and Training Fund for Thornton

Wed 09 Aug 2017

Residents living in Thornton have an exciting opportunity to receive some financial support to help with attending vocational education and training opportunities at local training facilities. A new Education & Training Fund has been developed by Middle Balbeggie Wind Farm Ltd and Foundation Scotland....

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Local Residents Wanted!!

Local Residents Wanted!!

Tue 08 Aug 2017

Local residents served by the Community Council areas of Douglas and Coalburn are been recruited to serve on the Infinis Galawhistle Community Fund Panel. This locally appointed panel will makes decisions about awards and investments from the Fund....

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