“This £1 million fund, delivered by the Scottish Government, is an exciting opportunity for local projects and locally-based online businesses to support town centres and promote their local community. “
“This fund will help initiatives supporting businesses, such as projects to encourage safe shopping, business and leisure opportunities, promoting and advertising local providers of online shopping or enhancing visitor appeal.”
“FareShare Go connects local communities to supermarkets in their area with surplus food to offer thanks to innovative technology. “
“male baboons who form long term friendships with female groupings will live longer than males who do not.
“The care and compassion shown by these communities is inspiring and will help us to emerge from the COVID -19 pandemic stronger and even more together.”
The challenge is available to all primary and secondary schools as well as community groups and libraries in Scotland, and aims to build positive reading cultures and improve literacy for young people.
As an independent and representative voice of citizens, the Assembly’s conclusions will be an important contribution as the country works towards renewal. Our Journey So Far
In total for Scotland £56,060,000 has been shared directly to councils, voluntary groups and the national shielding boxes. £99,000 was allocated to Orkney.
The Community Support Hub call centre at the Pickaquoy Centre is changing its opening hours from next Monday, 13 July.
‘Sharing content online and thinking of the website as an exhibition space in itself is one way of keeping our ‘doors open.’