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Keep Scotland Beautiful has Created Ten Litter Picking Hubs
Keep Scotland Beautiful has (KSB) created ten litter picking hubs across Scotland to provide free litter picking equipment to support communities to tackle local litter issues.
It's Your Neighbourhood community projects
Do you know a group who carry out gardening activities to make your place and community brighter and better for nature?
Time to nominate your High Street Heroes
Nominations are being sought for the High Street Heroes Awards to recognise the remarkable efforts of those who have gone above and beyond to support their communities at a time where their help has never been needed more.
Consultation: Proposed Changes to Pre-Application Consultation Requirements in Planning
SCOTTISH Government have published a consultation paper on proposed changes to Pre-Application Consultation Requirements in Planning and community councils are encouraged to take part and air their views.
SURF Awards 2020
SURF’s annual awards process is delivered in partnership with the Scottish Government. It is open to all community regeneration projects in Scotland that are currently in place or that have been completed within two years of the closing date.
Free Climate Emergency Training for Community Groups
FREE training is a now available to help communities to understand the implications of the climate emergency so they can play a positive role in Scotland’s journey to a low carbon future.
Call for evidence on how to revitalise town centres post-Covid-19
The Town Centre Expert Review Group, announced last month by Cabinet Secretary Aileen Campbell, has put out a call for written evidence on how to revitalise town centres in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Response, Recovery & Resilience Fund now open for grants from £1,000 - £5,000
Foundation Scotland In partnership with the National Emergencies Trust are providing funding to support charities and constituted community groups that have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
New £150K Fund for Scotland's Coastal Communities
A new fund designed to support local regeneration and sustainable development around Scotland’s coastline has been launched by Crown Estate Scotland.
Scotland is stunning - let's keep it that way
AS SCOTLAND relaunches its tourism industry, Zero Waste Scotland has launched a new campaign highlighting the country’s natural beauty and wildlife and urging visitors not to spoil it by littering when they’re enjoying the delights of our coast, countryside and campsites.
Grants available for Get Together Activities in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverclyde
The Soil Association are offering £150 grants to kick start Get Together activities for new applicants including community councils in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverclyde as part of their Food for Life Scotland programme.