File 6 - Association of Community Enterprise in the Highlands and Islands (ACE-HI) documents

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Association of Community Enterprise in the Highlands and Islands (ACE-HI) documents


  • 1987-1988 (Creation)

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  • ACE-HI application to the European Social Fund, ‘Proposals for a community enterprise training and development project’, 1987
  • Flyer for ACE-HI Annual Conference and AGM on 20-21 November 1987 at Inverness, with enclosed list of participants; notes for workshop, 'Managers and staff of community enterprises'; workshop papers and handwritten presenter's notes
  • Circular from APT (Advice, publishing and training) regarding ACE-HI training project, with attached discussion document, ‘The distinctive principles and values of community enterprises in the Highlands and Islands', 23 June 1988
  • Copy of letter from John Cope, Department of Employment, to Charles Kennedy MP, regarding community business and Manpower Services Commission (MSC) schemes, 19 May 1988
  • ‘Review of “Supporting community employment schemes – roles and skills of workers” by Paul Henderson’ by Tor Justad, ACE-HI
  • Draft document, ‘Options for membership categories for ACE-HI Ltd’
  • Photocopy of handwritten draft division model for management and administration of ACE-HI by Chas Ball, 18 July 1988
  • ACE-HI organisational model by Chas Ball, July 1988
  • ‘Shetland co-operatives, a survey’, ACE-HI report for Shetland Islands Council, 1988, with enclosed copy of confidential additional notes, July 1988 (part removed for data protection); and ACE-HI Shetland community enterprise development project pamphlet, ‘Application for financial assistance’, July 1988

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