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Community business news, issue 15

Issue 15 content:

  • Decaying Britain, Royal Insitute of British Architects (RIBA) leaflet on construction, housing policy, urban regeneration, post-war estates
  • Manifesto '85
  • 1985 CBS convention
  • 1986 community business directory
  • Newcastle group visit Scotland, to study community business
  • Aussie body line bowling, talk by Director of Community Employment Inititatives Unit (CEIU), Western Australia
  • CECOP conference
  • New face at Community Business Central
  • Central Home Producers exhibition
  • Ferguslie looks to the future, Ferguslie Park Community Holdings Ltd
  • Stathclyde colour supplement: SCB annual report 1984/85; directory of community businesses in Strathclyde region; Autumn training courses; new '85 VPP; strategy discussion
  • CB's and the third world
  • Rural developments, the Braeval Project, Aberfoyle
  • CB on TV
  • Women in community enterprise
  • Shuttle diplomacy!, the International Council for Adult Education, Toronto, Canada forming working group on economic self-management
  • SFHA conference, community business workshop at Scottish Federation of Housing Associations conference
  • Publications
  • CBS still needs you!, membership information

Community business news, issue 16

Issue 16 content:

  • It's ACE in the Highlands and Islands, new association, ACE-HI
  • Community business in London
  • Appropriate education for local economic development
  • Community enterprise, what is it?
  • BP to fund training programme
  • Worthington addresses international conference, International New Towns Association (INTA) conference in Glasgow
  • Urban Programme conditions
  • Strathclyde Community Business Ltd: Govan Workspace newsbrief; Bute Enterprises; Garnock Workspace news; Self-employment - can we help?, the Enterprise Development and Advisory Project
  • Convention '85
  • Credit Unions and CB's
  • Model legal structures
  • Marketing manual
  • Focus on Lothian KICC start!, Knightsridge Initiative Co-ordinating Committee, community programme in Livingston
  • Livingston Mill Farm
  • West Lothian Forum of community and Co-operative Enterprises
  • Clatt the what? Aberdeenshire community business tearoom and craft shop opened
  • Publications
  • CBS corporate plan 1986-89

Community business news, issue 17

Issue 17 content:

  • Ancram opens convention, Michael Ancram's speech
  • Convention '85 overview
  • Does community business work? new research evaluation funded by Scottish Office
  • CBS Board
  • Secretary's report fro 1985, outline of CBS's work
  • CBS corporate plan 1986-1990
  • Community business and trade unions
  • Opinions, air your views on important policy issues affecting community business
  • A new consultancy fund for CBS
  • Strathclyde Community Business: appraisal and monitoring; BP funded management training programme; architectural award for Govan Workspace; Ayrcraft gets off the ground; SCB's VTPin 1985, programme report and evaluation; EDAP rap! Enterprise Development and Advisory Project; Possil Security Service; New success for Ferguslie, Flagstone Enterprises diversification; Cranhill Credit Union
  • Regional developments: Borders; Dumfries and Galloway; Grampian; Combine harvester!, Community Business in the North East (COMBINE); Lothian Labour group visits CB's; Start your own business course in West Calder
  • On the World scene: Canadian news; TOES steering committee; 'Health and the new economies'
  • Community business directory
  • Seanachaidh tells tales, new community business in Port Glasgow
  • The Knit Knut Club
  • Treasurer outlines CBS financial needs
  • Community business directory 1986

Community business news, issue 18

Issue 18 content:

  • Do they really want to create jobs?, Scottish Development Agency and Manpower Service Commission
  • CBS seminar series 1986
  • Co-op co-ordination and fair
  • 'Opinions', membership and involvement
  • Regional round-up: Setback in Grampian, for community business development unit; Tayside success; Lothian news; making jobs in Edinburgh conference; Highlands and Islands ACE-HI news, priorities and progress; CBS to help rural areas; beating unemployment in Cornwall, convention
  • World News: Scotland scores in USA trip, with German Marshall Fellowships; community business in Canada and Australia, scholarship from the Commonwealth Relations Trust
  • Credit unions and community business
  • Scottish Development Department research project on community business
  • Community business in London
  • Community education pioneers, at Moray House College of Education
  • Goodwill Enterprises Whitburn Ltd
  • Strathclyde Community Business Ltd: Inverclyde contributes £15,000 to loan fund; seminar 'How the UK's largest community business development agency works'; appraisal and monitoring; development funding; dramatic increase in jobs
  • Women in Community Enterprise, national conference
  • Running the world, Sport Aid fundraising
  • The Scottish Development Agency (SDA) 'hands off involvement'
  • Denny: a wasted opportunity, Employment Creation Group (ECG) and SDA funding
  • Clyde Foods and food co-ops, setting up, running and case study
  • Publications
  • CB's and housing associations
  • West Calder news, Workspace Company the the Employment Opportunities Trust
  • CBS goes into business, consultancy; training for community businesses in Leicester

Community business news, issue 19

Issue 19 content:

  • CBS, exciting constitutional changes, establishment of Community Business Scotland Ltd and Community Economic Development Ltd
  • CBS annual convention 1986 programme
  • CB conference in London
  • Scottish Co-operative Forum proposed
  • Management training from SCBL and HIDB, funded by BP
  • Ireland, the Youth Employment Agency (YEA)
  • South of Scotland community business development project
  • CBS co-opted on to ACE-HI Committee
  • Inside knowledge, Co Chomunn na Eirisgeidh Ltd
  • The National Co-operative Development Agency: remit, progress and growth
  • Co-op fair '86
  • Model legal structures
  • Strathclyde Community Business Ltd: seminar; community businesses in Strathclyde; training programme, development funding; Cumbernauld Community Business Ltd, the search for core funding; Ferguslie Park training weekend; SCB Board members; Kilmarnock Community Business Initiative; Inverclyde CB exhibition a success
  • CBS membership 1986/87 and annual accounts 1985/86
  • New CB research by CBS, article in "Local Economy" journal
  • Para Handy sails into Scottish folklore, Neil Munro book launched by Seanachaidh Presentations Ltd
  • Help available from enterprise trusts, seminar
  • Leicester City Council engages the Co-operative Advisory Group to undertake research
  • Publications
  • New town seminar
  • John Slater, an appreciation
  • Wider role for CB News

Community business news, issue 33

Issue 33 content:

  • CB News: Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund (SCEIF); Commonwealth Association for Local Action in Economic Development launched; 'Volunteer activity and the older person' conference; ethical savings account launched; ACE-HI conference; James Millar obituary; alternative Nobel Prizes, the Right Livelihood Awards; Keeping Glasgow in Stitches, Needleworks sewing project; independent study of charities announced; help for industry from voluntary enterprise; Scotland's economic summit; use your elected representative; convention '89 report
  • A policy for equality, Women in Community Enterprise (WICE) proposed policy
  • Built on trust, the thinking behind community development trusts
  • Trusting in local people, Woodlands Community Development Trust co-ordinating the regeneration of East Woodlands, Glasgow
  • CEL justifies confidence, Community Enterprise Lothian given vote of confidence
  • SCB has an interesting and challenging year ahead
  • Contracting in local government
  • Publishing - the story of success, on Seanachaidh Publications Ltd
  • What the Community has in store

 
Enclosure:

  • Scottish Development Agency, Scottish Recycling Forum conference leaflet

Community business news, issue 34

Issue 34 content:

  • Recycling and community enterprise, statistics from Save Waste and Prosper (SWAP)
  • The fabric of Glasgow, Needleworks banner-making project for 1990 Glasgow City of Culture
  • New title for community business, publication from Seanachaidh
  • Embroidery exhibition at Galerie Mirages, Edinburgh, touring Scotland
  • Your help requested, to support village school in Koudougou, Burkino Faso
  • No meeting of minds on recycling, at Forum meeting
  • Unity in enterprise, on the churches' role in community based economic development
  • Tackling a social evil, church initiative Grangemouth Enterprises
  • Cover theme: Linking up the churches involvement in local economies; Church starts work agency; Linking up, national conference on 'Churches and the local economy'
  • Community enterprise: in the backyard of the community enterprise community, looking at the reasons for the community enterprise movement being less successful in England than Scotland
  • A voice from the community, Edinburgh Community Newspaper Trust
  • Where Credit is due, the response of a Canadian fishing community to bank closures
  • New business in boards, Cowie Woodcutters Ltd, Stirlingshire
  • Airth commmunity shop opens
  • A concept of law, preview of community owned Legal Services Agency, Glasgow
  • CED consultants looks forward!, advertising feature for Community Economic Development Ltd
  • Inverclyde initiatives: Wonderland Nursery; Theatre Seanachaidh
  • Ferguslie Park - ode to
  • Book reviews
  • Advert for Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund (SCEIF)

 
Enclosures:

  • New Consumer leaflet
  • "Communities in business: the process of development" order form
  • New publications from Community Economy Ltd, order form

Community business news, issue 35

Issue 35 content:

  • CB News: Fund deadline extended, SCEIF; Short courses, Employment Inititiatives Unit, Birmingham; Report on top down initiatives; New food co-op, Middlefield, Aberdeen; Mobile creche started, Creche-N-Go, Rochdale; A voice from the community, formation of an association for community newspapers; Human survival, national convention called by World Disarmament Campaign; Secondment survey, from Action Resource Centre (ARC); Applications invited for travelling bursary award; Sheffield venue for CE-UK AGM; City of Discovery to host 1990 CBS convention; Community run swimming pools, in the Highlands; New booklet on women working in co-operatives; New economic consultancy launched in the Midlands; prime opportunity for Valleymedia, Midlothian; MP puts community in enterprise, Tony Worthington debate; EEC launches poverty programme; Great recovery of cans, recycling
  • Oil and troubled waters, the less beneficial economic impact of North Sea oil and the role for community enterprise in Grampian region
  • A growing concern, development of community enterprise in Leicester
  • Tuned in to the community, East End Radio Ltd, Easterhouse, Glasgow
  • Coming out of the broom cupboard, Benarty Community Enterprise Group lease closed Co-operative Wholesale Society (CWS) store in Fife
  • Home thoughts from abroad, report of seminar on German Marshall Fund fellows trip to USA
  • New initiative in the Valleys, South Wales
  • What should a sponsor look for?, on BP's funding policy
  • Finding a firm foundation, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
  • Bootstrap Enterprises, a project funded by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in London
  • Mulholland's memories, Felix Mulholland gives a lighthearted account of visiting community businesses
  • CBS, lame duck or soaring eagle?, critical appraisal of the role of CBS
  • SWOT analyisis
  • Book reviews
  • Advert for Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund (SCEIF)

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)
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