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CBS news, issue 4

Issue 4 content:

  • Progress in Brussels, CBS meeting with EEC officials
  • 2nd annual convention
  • Community business directory
  • Publications
  • Govan workspace
  • Community business course, run by LEAP
  • Credit unions
  • Great news, Foregewood Enterprises urban aid application approved
  • Shell aids Govan Workspce
  • Hawick, Hawick Community Employment Group and Slitrig Enterprises Ltd public inauguration
  • Community businesses in Scotland
  • Never heard of them...? Garnock Valley Community Project
  • Study completed, SDA commissioned report on programme of action to help community businesses in the Denny / Bonnybridge area
  • Poldrait Service and Industry Ltd, launch in Glasgow
  • Home production, in Strathclyde
  • Clyde Action feature community business on Radio Clyde
  • Sales organisation, for home production
  • Local Initiatives Support Corporation, discussion with Director of LISC, New York
  • CBS membership 1982/83

Community business news, issue 37

Issue 37 content:

  • CB News: SCEIF opens for business; Secondment makes big impact, report from Action Resource Centre (ARC); Dundee now a city of recovery, as Britain's 3rd recycling city; Possil secures city's culture, contracts for Possil Community Business for Glasgow City of Culture programme; Tullibody Communtiy Enterprise new grasscutting contract; Buckhaven Parish Church Training Agency wins award
  • Trading fairly, profile of two Traidcraft suppliers
  • New co-op for Rochdale, Shomiti clothing co-operative
  • CRT awards bursaries, interviews with Commonwealth Relations Trust travelling bursary winners
  • Community owned printing companies: Prime Print and Design, Stoneyburn; Raploch Community Enterprise Printing; Ad-tec Enterprises, Castlemilk
  • New move in Northern Ireland, Community Business Northern Ireland (CBNI) set up
  • Living on the edge of Scotland, community business in the Shetland Isles
  • Its a long and winding road, Glen Buchanan reflects on his two years as CBS Convenor
  • Convention 1990: 300 to attend convention
  • An American tale, comparison of community economic development in Scotland and America
  • Book reviews
  • Advert for Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund (SCEIF)

Community business news, issue 38

Issue 38 content:

  • CB News: Cardenden Community Store to open in Fife; Radio skills course offered by East End Radio, Glasgow; New contract for Tullibody Enterprise Services; Trainees with Poldrait Service and Industry adopt special Olympics athlete; Farm's Laundrette opens, at Craigsfarm; Friendly paper available
  • Recycling: it takes three to tango, report by Project Executive for Recycling at the Scottish Development Agency
  • Dundee, city of recovery, a recycling city
  • Recycling, a little step at a time, Scottish Development Agency recycling forum in Glasgow
  • Sounding a cautionary note, on recycled paper
  • Gartcosh.. a by word, recycling waste paper
  • Leeds City Council says Save Waste and Prosper (SWAP)
  • Getting on the job, Falkirk Paper Recycling Project
  • When cleaning out means cleaning up, Great Recovery uplifting waste paper from Council offices
  • High-tech BITS in Falkirk, Business Information and Training Services
  • The birth of a new idea, Little Feet Nursery Services, Greenock
  • Lost opportunities, call for stronger links between community council and community business
  • Creating networks, community enterprise in the Midlands
  • Developing the economy of Cleveland, the Community Enterprise Development Officer (CEDO) initiative
  • Convention 1990 workshops
  • Advert for Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund (SCEIF)

Community business news, issue 39

Issue 39 content:

  • CB News: Grants for Scottish Homes; MP re-opens printworks, printers owned by Bute Enterprises; New community enterprise in Manchester, New City Furniture Ltd; Caring in the community, awards scheme; Kick start for Kirkby; Changing the economy, new community newspaper from Community Enterprise Lothian; Recycling guide to be published; Applications invited for Commonwealth Relations Trust travelling bursary; Season of mists and AGMs, Community Enterprise Support Unit (Central Region), Strathclyde Community Business, and Solway Community Business; Support unit up and running, Community Enterprise Support Unit (CESU); Cardenden opens its own store; Community business moves up market, Goodwill Enterprises changes it name to Premier Commercial Interiors
  • The party's over, report on the 1990 CBS Convention
  • Think global - act local, Ingrid Salomonsen talks about COMMACT
  • Working for common wealth, report on the Commonwealth conference in New Zealand
  • Community enterprise in the Commonwealth: in New Zealand; in Kenya
  • The Right Livelihood Award, 1990 recipients
  • When the human beats the machine, WeatherWatchers
  • The future for community business
  • Ten points to ponder, for consideration by the community business movement
  • Book reviews
  • Paper, Scissors, Stone, poem by Tom Wayman

Community business news, issue 40

Issue 40 content:

  • CB News: Changes in Strathclyde, to transform Strathclyde Community Business; Developing Glasgow, role of the Glasgow Development Agency (SDA); SCEIF makes first loans; New study into community enterprise, on macro policies; Working out, new magazine; Development worker network set up, in Fife; New doors open for secondment, with Action Resource Centre (ARC); Visit a Commonwealth country of your choice, with a Commonwealth Relations Trust travelling bursary; The building bricks of success, Jagzandben Community Enterprises Development Organisation, Ghana
  • Turning the tide of Tower Hill, workspace creation in Liverpool
  • Helping the places others forgot, work of the Civic Trust Regeneration Unit (CTRU) in the UK
  • Re-industrialization from below, using the legal procedure of the 'power of eminent domain' to take over abandoned workspaces
  • Penguins, yachts and failures, review of Scottish Business in the Community AGM
  • The French connection, report on study tour to Lyon, France, looking at combating unemployment
  • Community business developments in Lothian: Craigshill Initiative Community Enterprises Ltd; Business Development Network; Craigsfarm launderette
  • Turkana Fisherman's Co-operative, Kenya, a case study from a Commonwealth Relations Trust travelling bursary recipient
  • Marketing - does it have a role within community business?
  • Social auditing in a global context
  • Horrorscope 1991, what it holds for community enterprise in Scotland

Community business news, issue 41

Issue 41 content:

  • CB News: Community puts property on market, Charing Cross flats, Glasgow; Workspace for small businesses, Maryhill Housing Association; Green light for re-cycling competition, sponsored by Great Recovery; Glasgow could soon be miles greener, Glasgow District Council encouraging paper recycling; Food for discussion in Edinburgh, Community Enterprise Lothian seminars in Edinburgh; Shop window for re-cycled products, Papersave Trading; Community business to give city new theatre, Cottier Theatre; Major conference on community empowerment; Community business archives; files of the Local Enterprise Advisory Project (LEAP) deposited at the regional archive, Glasgow
  • Disharmony at Harmony Row, major restructuring of Stathclyde Community Business (SCB)
  • The pendulum swings, the changing nature of support for community business
  • Re-defining community business, local authorities should be customers not benefactors
  • Getting better results, what's needed to build a successful community business
  • World market for small co-op, Kisii Soap Stone Carvers Co-operative Society Ltd, Kenya, case study from Commonwealth Relations Trust travelling bursary recipient
  • Share care, provision of care services within the community by the community in Edinburgh
  • Care of the elderly: a community concern, Limefield House Development Group initiative in Lothian
  • The French connection, role for community business in training initiatives in France
  • Profile of John Pearce
  • Co-operation in Eastern Europe, potential of the community business model in Eastern Europe

Community business news, issue 42

Issue 42 content:

  • CB News: New business in Alloa, CFC recycling by Alloa Community Enterprises; New co-ordinator or Community Enterprise Lothian (CEL); Community business wins export, West Calder Community Enterprises refurbish redundant BT telephone boxes; Community store wins award, Cardenden Community Store, Fife; New manager for CBS; Decorating Drumchapel, Dalset Decorators; Roots and routes, the CBS Convention; Blueprint for European collaboration, new ICOM project launched; Community enterprise in schools; Can collect will collect, awards for aluminium can recycling; Recycling reports published
  • Issues of empowerment, preview of the CBS Empowering Communities conference
  • Yes! you too can change the world, report on the Mondragon Co-operatives in Spain
  • How to run a community business, new guide published
  • Community Enterprise Support Unit (CESU), Central region round-up: consultancy work; Bowmar Community Enterprises; seminar on links between the community education service and community enterprise; Raploch Savings Club; Tullibody Community Enterprises open for business
  • Towards a social economy, argument for greater co-operation between social enterprises and a one-door support agency
  • Steps to success, Greater Ruchill Community Business expansion
  • Co-operation is better than conflict, features common to successful community economic development
  • Rethink on Urban Aid, thoughts on the Scottish Office review of the Urban programme
  • Poem by an unknown employee of General Motors

Community business news, issue 43

Issue 43 content:

  • CB News: Government support for community enterprise; Success for UK's largest co-op, Tayside Holdings; and disappointment for others, Fife Scottish Bus Company workers; Sud'n'comfort, laundrette opened by Hots Village Community Enterprise, Oldham; Dispensing with AGMs, changes to the Companies Act; Childcare and community enterprise, report; Conference on global issues, from COMMACT; New storey at West Calder Workspace; Travel bursaries available, from the Ken Lucas Memorial Fund; The Jolly Green Giant, Great Recovery recycling raising funds; Two travel to Zimbabwe, with Commonwealth Relations Trust bursaries; From Middlesborough to Masvingo; Westminster conference on involvement of local communities in regeneration; CB model legal structure revised; Fitting tribute to John Pearce; Happy Birthday Kidcare; Lone parents getting together, information pack; Co-op Link-up with Africa
  • Community enterprise in the UK (CE-UK), the case for a national organisation
  • Prince Charles makes twenty year award, for a community enterprise which has sustained itself for at least 20 years, to the North Kensington Amenity Trust
  • Report to the Commonwealth Relations Trust on study visits to India and Bangladesh
  • Putting people first, Middlesborough Borough Council's policy to stimulate community economic development
  • Stepping Together, a new publication promoting education for local development
  • Routes to success, Up Routes Removals and Storage Co-operative
  • Investigating in justice, first conference of the UK Social Investment Forum (UKSIF)
  • Investing wisely, report on three community businesses in receipt of SCEIF loans: Barra Community Co-operative (Co-chomunn Bharraidh); Cottier Theatre; Linn Park Community Business catering facility in Castlemilk
  • Philosophers, Heretics and Fish, a fresh look at the future from the newly appointed Chief Executive of Community Business Scotland
  • Taking power for the people, overview of Empowerment for Local Communities conference
  • Advert for Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund (SCEIF)

Community business news, issue 44

Issue 44 content:

  • CB News: Boost for Whitfield economy, Community Business Whitfield, Dundee, new premises; A first for Alloa, Alloa Community Enterprises buy first recycling vehicle in Scotland; Trusting in regeneration, Tower Hill Community Trust, Kirkby, launched; Workers take over bus company, Clydesdale 2000; First European COMMACT conference identifies global challenges;
  • What we do in Scotland, photographs and list of range of community business activities
  • Report from the front line, by recipient of Commonwealth Relations Trust bursary to visit Zimbabwe
  • AGM of SCEIF, four page feature on the year's activities: Needleworks; Cumbrae Holiday Apartments; Linn Park; Maryhill Workshops Ltd; Four Acres Trust; Barra
  • Mixing oil and water - is emulsion the solution?, on the dawning era of the social economy
  • It's you we answer to! WesterHailes housing development selected as testbed for pioneering home security system provided by BT
  • Special needs co-ops build confidence, Durham Co-operative Development Association
  • Co-op focus: New co-operative theatre company, Hull Freetown Theatre; Co-operative braille service, Tactile Audio Braille Services Ltd, Humberside; European Co-ops meet in Glasgow, hosted by the Scottish Co-operatives Development Committee; New fair trade coffee, Cafedirect; Scottish green show in March 1992; New UK Co-operative Council; Linking conference in Telford; New supplier of recycled paper, Green Paper Company, Edinburgh; New green fund, the Environmental Development Fund
  • Hendon 2000, community development in the 1990s part one, an attempt in Sunderland to halt the spiral decline in an inner area of the town
  • City challenge, review of the Department of the Environment's scheme

Community business news, issue 45

Issue 45 content:

  • CB News: New shape for community enterprise in Strathclyde, Community Investment in Strathclyde and Community Enterprise in Strathclyde launched; CBS meets Local Enterprise Companies (LECS); Training report underway; Host project moves forward; EEC Commissioner at community business celebrations; Conference launches Community Business Clydebank; Womanwise, a conference for the community; Skill survey shock, survey with the Tower Hill Development Trust; £3m FutureStart begins, BT;s new community venture fund
  • A kind of common currency, Local Exchange Trading System (LETS) systems in Britain
  • A new direction for Tayside, Tayside Community Business Ltd (TCB)
  • Security is their business, pioneering home security system set up by BT in Wester Hailes
  • Developing Trusts, report on conference on community development trusts
  • New Sector, four page advertising feature on the new magazine from CBS, Community Enterprise UK (CE-UK) and the Industrial Common Ownership Movement (ICOM)
  • Putting the community into business...a Business in the Community (BITC) initiative
    -Where to get the best advice, new consultancy service on community owned security businesses, Community Security Ltd
  • Not an option...a way of surviving, concluding report from recipient of a Commonwealth Relations Trust bursary on his visit to Zimbabwe
  • CB news the first 10 years, looking at the content of CB news from 1981-1992
  • Book reviews
  • Introducing CE-UK, the representatives of Community Enterprise UK
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