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'Ten years of social enterprise work' exhibition resources

This file contains 1 book and 49 digital photographs:

  • Photobook for 'Ten years of social enterprise work' exhibition, 2018 (Item 1)
  • Aberdeen Foyer photograph, 2009
  • ActiveNess photograph, 2017
  • Alloa Community Enterprise (ACE) photograph, 2009
  • Ardroy Outdoor Education Centre photograph, 2012
  • Badaguish photograph, 2010 (Item 2 of digital images provided)
  • Bike for Good photograph, 2012
  • bOunce T photograph, 2018
  • Create photograph, 2011
  • Creativity in Care photograph, 2012
  • Dabbles photograph, 2017 (Item 3 of digital images provided)
  • Dunbar Bakery photograph, 2013
  • Fyne Homes photograph, 2015
  • Glasgow West of Scotland Forum for Housing Associations photograph, 2016
  • Glendale Womens Café photograph, 2017
  • Impact Arts photograph, 2012
  • International Network of Street Papers photograph, 2014
  • Kibble Education and Care Centre photograph, 2013 (Item 4 of digital images provided)
  • Kintyre Recycling photograph, 2012
  • Lingo Flamingo photograph, 2017
  • Locavore photograph, 2018
  • Media Co-op photograph, 2015
  • Mid Argyll Community Pool photograph, 2012
  • Mull and Iona Community Trust photograph, 2009
  • My Bus photograph, 2012
  • Out of the Blue Drill Hall photograph, 2013
  • Piano Project photograph, 2015
  • Pollokshields Playhouse photograph, 2016
  • REACH for Autism photograph, 2013 (Item 5 of digital images provided)
  • Refuweegee photograph, 2017
  • ReMake photograph, 2012
  • Scallops Direct photograph, 2012 (Item 6 of digital images provided)
  • Scottish Communities Alliance photograph, 2013
  • Scottish Enterprise Scotland (SES) photograph, 2016
  • Shettleston Housing Association photograph, 2016
  • Soap Co photograph, 2010
  • Social Bite photograph, 2013
  • Southside Connections photograph, 2016
  • Southside Housing Association photograph, 2018 (Item 7 of digital images provided)
  • Spruce Carpets photograph, 2014
  • TakeAway Creative photograph, 2017
  • The Big Issue photograph, 2013
  • The No. 1 Befriending Agency photograph, 2017
  • The ReTune Project photograph, 2017
  • Urban Roots photograph, 2013
  • Velocity photograph, 2013
  • Wellhouse photograph, 2012
  • Wild Sparks photograph, 2017
  • Yooz photograph, 2011
  • You Can Cook photograph, 2009

These images represent a selection of photos of Scottish social enterprises taken by Becky Duncan from 2009-2018. They were collated for the 'Ten years of social enterprise work' exhibition for Social Enterprise World Forum in Edinburgh on 12-14 September 2018, supported by Community Enterprise in Scotland (CEiS). The photobook was created to accompany the exhibition. Some of the photographs were commissioned directly by the featured organisation for their communications materials, others requested by social enterprise support agencies such as Firstport, Social Enterprise Scotland, Community Enterprise, Social Enterprise Networks and various funders. Six examples of these digital images have been provided at item level.

'The first ten years'

Community Business Scotland and the Association of Community Enterprises in the Highlands and Islands, 'The first ten years: a decade of community enterprise in Scotland', October 1987. This publication covers the development of the community enterprise movement in Scotland between 1977-1987, looking at lessons learned, key issues and development for the future. Containing foreword by Glen Buchanan and 16 articles written by leaders in the field: Linda Echlin; John Pearce; Willy Roe; Ronald Young; Roy Pedersen; Carola Bell; John Rugman; John Harrison; Iain Clark; Helen Macneil; Colin Roxburgh; George Burt; Pat Cassidy; Keith Hayton; Sir Kenneth Alexander; and Tor Justad.

1936 extension to Park Drive building

This subseries consists of 5 files:

  • Estimated costs and funding of the extension of the College, correspondence, 1934
  • Financial statements of cost of the College premises at Park Drive, 1936-1937
  • Notebook of costs of furniture and fittings for the College extension, 1936
  • Measurement of works for extension and alterations to the College, 1936-1938
  • Formal opening of extensions to the College buildings, 1936

Following the death of Walter R Watson in 1932, James Monro was engaged as Architect to the College. His first major undertaking was the new extension. The College purchased 7 Park Drive in 1923, 8 Park Drive in 1927 and 9 Park Drive in 1934. Work began on the extension in April 1935. Mr Monro's plans included a new dietetic kitchen and laboratory in the original College buildings; 3 new kitchens, a laundry and 2 housewifery classrooms in No. 7; retaining the hostel at No. 8 and providing staff dining room and common room; moving the Students' Union to No. 9, along with a new recreation hall and residential hostel. The new extension was opened on 29 October 1936.

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