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CB news, issue 24

Issue 24 content:

  • CB-UK national network being set up
  • Lessons from down under, re-discovering community business in Western Australia
  • Development unit news: hello from Tayside's Community Enterprise Support Team; moving forward with Community Enterprise Lothian (CEL); Shirley Grant takes the chair of ACE-HI; Central Region's new Community Enterprise Support Unit
  • Strathclyde news: community business dinner in Glasgow; Strathclyde Credit Union Development Agency; Prince Charles opens Greater Easterhouse Business Centre and War Road Business Centre; training programme; community business team for Easterhouse; Convention '87 report: setting our sights higher; community enterprise the next ten years; summary of the 1987 convention; Happy birthday Theatre Seanachaidh; Possil goes full steam ahead, Possil Community Business; Goodwood Designs, project of Port Glasgow Association of Tenants Groups Ltd; SCB's Manpower Services Commission Agency for enterprise projects; development funding
  • National news: making and selling news, community newsagents
  • Credit unions, truth in lending with no hidden cost: Greenock East Credit Union
  • News from Co-op movement: Scottish Co-operative Forum; Co-op Development Agency for Edinburgh opens
  • Craigsfarm update
  • Solway Community Business - filling the gap
  • Publications
  • Ecumenical Development Co-operative Society investment bank
  • Big plans for the News, with full-time Editor

CB news, issue 25

Issue 25 content:

  • Cavalry comics and conferences!, Government launched urban development programme by way of glossy comics and press conferences instead of expected white paper
  • National community business steering group elected
  • A tremendous tonic: CBI visit to Govan Workspace
  • Training for employment, new Government white paper
  • Jobs for Raploch, Raploch Community Enterprises Ltd, Stirling, progress
  • Scottish Development Agency: out of step?
  • Action for Jobs (again!), lunch in Glasgow
  • Success breeds success, Quintin Perry's personal reflections of his association with the community business movement
  • CB News celebrates silver jubilee
  • Strathclyde news: training packs; trainee managers programme; the five stages in setting up a community business; training for community workers; 'the boys done terrific!' SCB five-a-side team; development funding
  • Communities at work: the contribution of community business, summary of the report by the Training and Employment Resource Unit (TERU), Glasgow University
  • Ethical investment
  • Local authorities and community enterprise: how community business can be used as part of a local economic development strategy
  • Community work and community business: some sources of ambivalence - nine propositions
  • News from the Co-op Movement: Bannockburn workers take initiative over privatisation at Bannockburn Bus Depot; national network of local CDA's conference '88; Coventry conference; food co-ops seminar
  • Credit union news
  • Community enterprise in Shropshire
  • Publications

CB news, issue 30

Issue 30 content:

  • Convention 89, more participation planned
  • Telethon funding aids project for Little Hulton Community Enterprise
  • UK councils asked for support, conference addresses relationship between local authorities and community enterprise
  • Wester Hailes in recycling bid, on Wester Hailes Enterprises Ltd (WHEL)
  • Social audit, the next stage
  • Community business, what it does for the Philippines
  • Free market broadcasting, a costly business
  • Easterhouse on the air, community radio station licence for Citizens Band Radio group
  • Old Town and South Side News, Edinburgh newspaper relaunched as a community business
  • NFCF, City farms and Community Gardens new publication 'City Farmer'
  • 'New Consumer' pilot issue magazine
  • CBS responds to Scottish Enterprise white paper
  • I am a local resident, poem from "The collected inspiration of Betty Kellock"
  • Project moves on!, Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund (SCEIF) plans
  • Office basics, learning the hard way: Children's Scrapstore, Bristol: Bristol and Avon Community Enterprise Conference
  • What's in a name?, Closure of Via, community knitwear business
  • Training scheme axed by EEC, the Vocational Training Programme run by Strathclyde Community Business
  • Pop festival contract for Possil Community Business security company, Allander Security
  • It's our city! community business projects reaching the finals of BBC's competition
  • Viewdata, Strathclyde Community Viewdata (SCV) community information terminals
  • New appointment for Duncan McTavish at Renfrew Development Company
  • Private sector in training proposals, report on the St George's House Training Initiative
  • 1988 survey of worker co-operatives summary report
  • UK network of community enterprise

CB news, issue 27

Issue 27 content:

  • City strategy for community business, from Glasgow District Council
  • Skill survey in Ferguslie Park
  • Trusts bid for new role, as local points of delivery for training and small business advice
  • Tayside Community Enterprise Support Team
  • Finding other funds, for co-operatives
  • Working for common wealth, conference in Goa, India
  • Convention '88 overview
  • In the marketplace, promoting a community business without spending vast sums of money
  • Valleymedia - what does it do?
  • Selling the secret of success, seminar on marketing and sales
  • Making your business visible, Touch Point Productions for promotional videos and publications
  • Thanks, Glen Buchanan, outgoing CB News editor
  • CE-UK plans seminar
  • Alloa's success, Alloa Community Enterprise in fourth year of trading
  • Community Enterprise Support Unit (CESU) is one year old!
  • Raploch revisited, Raploch Community Enterprise, Stirling looks back on first year of trading
  • Community enterprise Scotland?, CBI Chairman talks about how the new Enterprise Scotland will help local communities
  • Fellowships in employment, German Marshall Foundation fellowship study tours in USA
  • Report from conference looking at research by Community Economy Ltd (CEL) into the development of local enterprises on 13 housing estates
  • Co-op Forum, overview of Scottish co-operative Forum second annual conference, in Glasgow
  • Lessons from America?, report from the German Marshall Fellowship on community development in the US
  • Focus on Govan's food co-op
  • Official opening at Ware Road, Easterhouse, SCB area office
  • Towards the next five years, John Pearce's talk at the SCB AGM
  • What's wrong with Employment Training?
  • CB reviews
  • Whose business is the community? Can community business fill the gap left by the Community Programme?

CB news, issue 26

Issue 26 content:

  • Creating 'viable' communities
  • CBS strategy document 1988-93
  • Removing a blanket of disadvantage, Tony Worthington MP reflects on recent Scottish Office sponsored evaluation and the future of community business
  • Calvay regeneration, Calvay Housing Co-operative, Easterhouse, sets up sister community business trading companies
  • Watching the weather, nationwide community business Weather Watchers Network
  • Community business works!, impressions on Scotland from Simon White, department of Employment and Training, Western Australia
  • Innovation in the cashless economy local economic trading systems (LETS)
  • A special type of credit union for the third sector, on the community credit system in Vancouver, Canada
  • Strathclyde news: Employment Training Scheme not for SCB; second trainee managers programme; major growth in real jobs; good Crief, residential training weekend for community business directors; Strathclyde social trends gets worse; new Easterhouse sub-team; employment trends show no improvement; SCB lifts the first community business cup in five-a-side football; food co-ops conference
  • Affinity of fraternity of ethnic loan clubs
  • Credit Union Development Agency for Lothian
  • Working for common wealth, conference in Goa
  • What's new in West Calder? West Calder Workspace Ltd; West Calder Employment Opportunities Trust Ltd; West Calder Community Enterprises Ltd
  • Community business and community enterprise, the evolving model
  • Basquing in co-operation? National Network of Local CDA's conference '88, overview
  • Letters: ethical investment
  • Publications

CB news, issue 29

Issue 29 content:

  • Springburn style, Vocational Training Scheme through Needleworks, Glasgow
  • Scottish Enterprise, proposals to make it accountable to communities
  • Thanks to British Telecom, for sponsorship of CB News
  • New manager in Community Business Grampian
  • Six co-operative principles
  • TCEST on show, Tayside Community Education Service
  • Sharing funds, Industrial Common Ownership Finance Ltd (ICOF); Co-operative Venture Capital Fund
  • Agenda for the 1990's, CBS conference report
  • It's for you-hoo!, What British Telecom (BT) does for the community
  • New concept for Newcastle, development of an inner city area
  • Putting money to good use, ethical investment
  • Investing in people, introduction to the Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund (SCEIF)
  • Banking on local communities, research on the impact of credit unions
  • Where the next penny comes from, the value of and support for community enterprise
  • A day out of this world, Buckhaven Parish Agency's employment training
  • Backing a winner, Cumbernauld Community Business opens shoppers creche
  • Beyond the balance sheet, developing a methodology for social audit
  • CB reviews
  • Heatwise Marketing Services
  • Driving home the message, a lighthearted look at development work

CB news, issue 32

Issue 32 content:

  • Opportunity knocks, recycling as a community enterprise
  • A divided city, report on community enterprise in Derry, Northern Ireland
  • Putting People First, Community initiatives on Creggan Estate, Derry
  • Investing in Scotland's greatest asset - the people, launch of the Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund (SCEIF)
  • Community business down under, experience in New Zealand
  • Telling an old story, Theatre Seanachaidh work with Project Ability on publication of book "Strathclyde Story"
  • Harvesting a future, on growth of community enterprise in Western Australia
  • CB book review
  • Not the conventional crossword, competition puzzle

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 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 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
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