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Talking About Heritage - Consultation
'Talking About Heritage' is new draft guidance which aims to help individuals, groups, communities and organisations investigate, share, celebrate, and to achieve recognition for the heritage that matters to them.
New £1 Million Scotland Loves Local Fund Open Now
A new £1 million Scotland Loves Local Fund will provide grants of between £500 and £5,000 to hundreds of local projects that improve and promote local places and communities.
Funding for community-based organisations to tackle climate change
The Community Climate Asset Fund (CCAF) is a £3.5 million Scottish Government fund, administered by Keep Scotland Beautiful, and provides capital funding for community based organisations to tackle climate change.
Re-use derelict land to support economic growth and wellbeing, says Taskforce
Derelict land is a wasted resource that should help to deliver national ambitions for a fair and green recovery, a national taskforce said today.
New banking hub pilot in Cambuslang a ‘game changer’ for residents and local businesses
Cambuslang community council have been successful in bringing a new banking hub pilot to their community aimed at supporting financially vulnerable customers in accessing cash and supporting small businesses.
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.
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.
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.
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.